Flower Show – Oakleigh Funeral Home function at Hospice.
The staff at Midlands Medical Centre celebrated Spring Day on the 01 September 2011 by wearing spring attire and flowers in their hair.
The Board of Directors and Management would like to wish all our Muslim doctors, staff, patients and Muslim community Eid Mubarak for the 31 August 2011.
Pictured below at our Eid Display – Malcolm Peters (Hospital Manager), Matron Frank (Nursing Services Manager) and the unit managers of Midlands Medical Centre Private Hospital.
Management of Midlands Medical Centre Private Hospital in Masukwana Street, receiving a certificate of appreciation, in recognition of outstanding service and contribution to the social upliftment of the Love to Live Programme from Dr SV Moodley
Pictured left to right (Click on image below):
Mr M Peters (Hospital Manager) Ms U Bennett (Public Relations) Miss Zaheera Kolia (Financial Manager) Matron Frank (Acting Nurses Services Manager) Mrs Sudira Balkrishen (Pharmacy Manager) and Dr SV Moodley (Chairman Love to Live Campaign)
Midlands Medical Centre Private Hospital hosted a Breastfeeding awareness day on the 03 August 2011, in conjuction with Breastfeeding awareness week, to educate moms and dads on the importance of breastfeeding. We would like to thank our guest speakers, Yulanda Ridge (Lactation Specialist) Natasha Martins (Paediatric Dietician), Shavana Singh (Speech Therapist), Sr Shirlee Cussons (Unit Manager NICU), Sr Raksha Govender (Unit Manager – Maternity) , Sr Lauren Volsun (Registered Midwife) for their informative talks and tips on Breastfeeding.
We would like to thank Ms Bennett our Public Relations Officer for co-ordinating this awareness day which was a huge success. Once again our guests were treated to delicious snacks from our dedicated kitchen staff, and we would like to thank Ms Maresce Stieger (Catering Manager) for all her efforts.
The awareness day was very well attended and we would like to thank all the mums and the dads who attended.
Pictured left to right:
Back-row: SR Shirlee Cussons (NICU Unit Mangager), Ursula Bennett (Public Relations,) Miss Tobi Potwana (Guest), Stephania Wade and SR Raksha Govender
Fron-row: Ronika Pillay (Guest), SR Lauren Volsun
To support the call for 67 minutes of charity work in celebration of Nelson
Mandela’s 93rd Birthday day on the 18 July 2011, Midlands Medical Centre
Private Hospital, served soup and bread to the patients attending the ARV
Clinic at Northdale hospital together with the staff of Northdale Hospital.
Thank you to the staff who generously offered their lunch time to help hand
out the soup and bread. We are proud to be part of this initiative which
added some joy to the many patients.
The annual shareholders function was held at Lythwood Lodge in the Midlands on the 26 June 2011, the guests were entertained by Rajesh Gopie “Out of Bounds”, the beautiful tranquil venue and the delicious food was enjoyed by all present.
Staff purchased bandana’s that are purchased from Pick ‘n Pay by the Marketing Department and wear them on National Bandana Day. All proceeds go to the Sunflower Foundation. The Sunflower Foundation aims to educate and recruit a viable source of well-informed potential bone marrow stem cell donors who are ethnically diverse, in an effort to save the lives of those needing a transplant when suffering from life-threatening blood disorders. It strives to maintain the associated donor records of the South African Bone Marrow Registry.