MMC has partnered with the Msunduzi Municipality, offering municipal staff across different departments, much-needed training in both WCA/IOD administration, as well as Basic Life Support skills training.
Pages Public-Private Initiative with Msunduzi Municipality: [ 1 ] [ 2 ]
Pages Our team at Midlands Medical Centre (MMC) Private Hospital is passionate about you. We believe you deserve a quality lifestyle and we will continue to give you access to our skilled nurses and doctors, both in – and on occasion outside the hospital. We are compassionate and empathetic to your needs and it is for these reasons that we recently hosted a Cardiac / Heart Wellness Day – free to the public. Cardiac-related conditions – such as coronary artery disease, heart attacks, abnormal heart rhythms, heart failure, heart valve disease and congenital heart disease – affect a large proportion of our communities and early detection is vital. Speakers at our event included an emergency specialist from Midlands Trauma Group, MMC Dietician Pranisha Deonarain, Clinical Technologist Munadia Mohamed and our nursing team members: [ 1 ] [ 2 ]
Pages Thank you to all participating MMC departments for bringing colour and vibrancy to MMC on a dreary Friday morning in September – for our Spring Day event this year! Although all departments made a commendable effort, three were chosen as stand-out displays: Winner – Admissions Runner-Up – Theatre Third Place – Kitchen Thank you for the enthusiasm, team-work and passion you have displayed at MMC!: [ 1 ] [ 2 ]
Pages MIDLANDS MEDICAL CENTRE NURTURES FEMALE SENIORS Our team at Midlands Medical Centre (MMC) Private Hospital – which is one of the top 20 hospitals in South Africa as ranked by Discovery patients – is passionate about you. We believe you deserve a quality lifestyle and we will continue to give you access to our skilled nurses and doctors, both in – and on occasion outside the hospital. We are compassionate and empathetic to your needs and it is for these reasons that we recently hosted a Women’s Day for Seniors – in recognition of Women’s Month. Speakers at our event included Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Humza Khan. Our nursing team members and clinical dietician Pranisha Deonarain conducted free health screening for ladies from several old age homes, including Isabel Beardmore Home, Aryan Benevolent Home, Emuseni Home and the SAVF Home. Donations were also made to Rainbow Haven home. Partners in our event included Royal Rehabilitation Hospital, Hospital Street Pharmacy (Medication information), A-Team Ambulance (Emergency services), Leyya Adam Physiotherapist, Gerald Runganathan Audiology (Hearing), Majid Optometrist (Eyesight) and the SA National Zakah Fund (Lunchtime meals). This initiative touched the lives of approximately 300 elderly people.: [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ]
Pages MMC Makes a Difference at Jika Joe Informal Settlement on Mandela Day Midlands Medical Centre (MMC) Private Hospital’s Mandela Day celebrations took place on 18 July 2019 at the Jika Joe informal settlement, in partnership with the provincial and regional ANC leadership. The initiative was aimed at alleviating hunger while also providing basic healthcare services, as well as health and safety education. In keeping with the old adage “charity begins at home”, approximately 1000 community members in need received meals, health education, basic life support training and health screening as part of the initiative. The community also received first aid kits, to support them in sustaining basic care. Partners and sponsors include MMC, the ANC, Royal Rehabilitation Hospital, A-Team Ambulance Service, Hospital Street Pharmacy, Magma Security, the South African National Zakah Fund and Ally’s Driving School. KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala delivered the keynote address while Finance MEC Ravi Pillay was also in attendance at MMC's celebrations on Mandela Day. The focus on the day was on the role played by all sectors of society in building a successful nation. The overarching objective of Mandela Day is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better, and in doing so build a global movement for good. Individuals and organisations spend 67 minutes on 18 July helping those in need in honour of Nelson Mandela, who fought for social justice for 67 years.: [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ]