Albertina Sisulu Rd

Albertina Sisulu Rd

Roodepoort

1709

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14169

27.87735

23 Naboom Rd

Naboom Rd

Randburg

2156

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.10558

27.95723

21 Amalgam Place

Amalgam Place

Amalgam

2092

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21369

28.00383

184 Queen St

Lakeside Place

Queen St

Johannesburg

2026

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18484

28.10613

92 Harfield Rd

Harfield Rd

Kenilworth

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.99245

18.47186

hospices & hospice association...

673a Letsatsi St

Letsatsi St

Soweto

1806

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.2396648

27.9230802

hospices & hospice association...

51 9th St

9th St

Johannesburg

2192

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.162592

28.087115

Webb St

Nazareth House

Webb St

Johannesburg

2198

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.184839

28.063105

hospices & hospice association...

1 Webb St

Webb St

Johannesburg

2143

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18432

28.05874

Angus Cres

Stand 372 Northlands Business Park

Angus Cres

Randburg

2162

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.060959

28.034317

Hospices Associations

The South African Hospice Association comprises of a number of members. These members offer soothing services that are provided for by social workers and volunteers. They provide emotional, physical and medical care for terminally ill persons and their families, in an effort to help them cope with the state they are faced with. Hospices can be found throughout the nation in the different provinces and cities in the nation.
 
Some of the hospices are run by the government and others belong to the private organisations. They employ highly qualified nurses, doctors, social workers, psychologists and even other people that volunteer and offer their time and service to cater for special people who need help in communities. They offer services to all who require special care needs such as terminal illness, the old folk and vulnerable people such as children. Some hospice associations offer housing and related services to specific needs of HIV and AIDS infected people as well as cancer patients. They offer physical, spiritual and emotional support to the admitted persons.
 
Hospice associations provide special shelter that provides palliative services such as treatment of ailments, food and bedding. A number of hospices deal with specific needs of patients and add value to their quality of life. They also offer counseling sessions in a bid to help ease and comfort patients in their time of need. Their aim is to boost the morale of persons affected including the families of the affected. Some hospices also offer home based care programs to patients suffering from different forms of ailments. These specialists can be hired to look after terminally ill children and elderly in a bid to alleviate pain and suffering.
 
Clients who need the services of hospice associations can contact institutions found in Yellow pages. Their members of staff offer tender, loving care to families. The staff members are dedicated and provide palliative services to all needy people from different back grounds. In addition most hospice institutions are legitimate and officially registered with The Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa.

For more information on hospice associations visit Yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za

Hospices Associations

The South African Hospice Association comprises of a number of members. These members offer soothing services that are provided for by social workers and volunteers. They provide emotional, physical and medical care for terminally ill persons and their families, in an effort to help them cope with the state they are faced with. Hospices can be found throughout the nation in the different provinces and cities in the nation.
 
Some of the hospices are run by the government and others belong to the private organisations. They employ highly qualified nurses, doctors, social workers, psychologists and even other people that volunteer and offer their time and service to cater for special people who need help in communities. They offer services to all who require special care needs such as terminal illness, the old folk and vulnerable people such as children. Some hospice associations offer housing and related services to specific needs of HIV and AIDS infected people as well as cancer patients. They offer physical, spiritual and emotional support to the admitted persons.
 
Hospice associations provide special shelter that provides palliative services such as treatment of ailments, food and bedding. A number of hospices deal with specific needs of patients and add value to their quality of life. They also offer counseling sessions in a bid to help ease and comfort patients in their time of need. Their aim is to boost the morale of persons affected including the families of the affected. Some hospices also offer home based care programs to patients suffering from different forms of ailments. These specialists can be hired to look after terminally ill children and elderly in a bid to alleviate pain and suffering.
 
Clients who need the services of hospice associations can contact institutions found in Yellow pages. Their members of staff offer tender, loving care to families. The staff members are dedicated and provide palliative services to all needy people from different back grounds. In addition most hospice institutions are legitimate and officially registered with The Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa.

For more information on hospice associations visit Yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za

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