The Smile Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign in support of the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital following the fire that broke out earlier this month...
The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital (CMJAH) has put various measures in place to ensure patients still receive care with minimal disruption...
Frontline workers at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital were surprised with a floral tribute thanking them for their selfless efforts in the fight against Covid-19.
Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital is referring patients to district hospitals in order to address the backlog of operations and reduce the number of patients on the waiting list...
The overwhelming public response to the call for nominations continues to show that South Africans are deeply concerned about the state of their cultural heritage...
Tina Eboka has been re-elected as vice chair of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency High-Level Group on the Security of Supply of Medical Radioisotopes (HLG-MR)...
In recent years, patient outcomes have improved significantly following major advances in breast and colorectal cancer treatment...
The Ministry of Health and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) says the male patient admitted to the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg, has tested negative for the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).
The new oncology pharmacy opened at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital (CMJAH) on 23 July 2014. It has upgraded its equipment and increased floor space, allowing the pharmacy to treat more patients, more effectively.
A total of R53m of the R80m budget for equipment for the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital was not spent in the 2013/14 financial year.
Professor Guy Richards and Professor Adriano G. Duse will address at the Wits Faculty of Health Sciences 10th Prestigious Research Lecture at 5pm on 30 June 2014 at the Wits Public Health Auditorium in Parktown, Johannesburg on the subject of 'Superbugs'.
During Eye Awareness Week (7-11 October) and particularly on World Sight Day, which takes place on 10 October, South Africans are being urged to take care of their vision and to help others do the same. This year's theme is is about cataract surgery - the gift of sight.
The Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital Trust has launched a public declaration campaign which is aimed at Facebook users worldwide. It encourages them to make a donation to the hospital, and then make a public declaration by clicking on the 'Support Declaration' link on the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital Trust Facebook Page.
A bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics exists in wards of many South Africa's hospitals and the National Institute of Communicable Diseases says it has confirmed 63 cases of antibiotic-resistant superbugs known as Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CREs) since they first appeared in South Africa less than two years ago.
At least R12m has been spent buying new equipment for Gauteng hospitals and filling vacancies at these hospitals according to a provincial health department statement.
Dr E V Rapiti, who has his practice in Mitchells Plain, near Cape Town, says the NHI will benefit patients seeking treatment at public hospitals, including these at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, reoprts Times Live.
Information from a recent WHO/ICO Information Centre on Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Cervical Cancer 2010 report shows that South Africa has a population of 16.84 million women aged 15 years and older who are at risk of developing cervical cancer.
At the annual Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards held in Cape Town on the evening of 15 November 2010, 15 exceptional people were honoured for their philanthropic efforts in South Africa.
Inyathelo, The South African Institute for Advancement, awarded its 4th annual Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards in Cape Town on 15 November 2010 to acknowledge, celebrate and profile philanthropists making a difference in South Africa, as well as encouraging and inspiring South Africans at all economic levels to do what they can.
The Wits Faculty of Health Sciences has announced that the 2010 AJ Orenstein Memorial Lecture entitled Is football healthy and can health be improved by playing football? FIFA medical legacy for Africa, will take place today, Tuesday, 8 June 2010 at 6pm.
“It is appropriate that at this time of year, a time of giving, that we thank Osiris Trading, an e-commerce marketing company, who helped more than 60 kids from the oncology and renal wards at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, experience the joy and excitement of Christmas,” says Sian Gutstadt, national marketing and advertising co-ordinator at the Reach for a Dream Foundation.