On 21 June, we revisit a critical milestone for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund’s flagship project, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital. On the day, three years ago, NMCH (now the second dedicated children’s hospital in Southern Africa), admitted its first patients.
Founded by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, NMCH is a direct expression of Nelson Mandela’s profound love for children. NMCH is a 200-bed specialist paediatric referral hospital in Parktown Johannesburg, providing services including: Cardiology, Renal (including Dialysis), General Paediatric Surgery, Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) and critical care in the form of Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Units. These are supported by Radiology, Anaesthesiology and Allied Health Services.
Join us in wishing staff, patients and families at the hospital a happy third-year anniversary. Watch the moment in the video below. And click here to learn more about the facility.
Themes of discussion:
TOPIC 1 : COVID 19 YOUTH SAFETY
TOPIC 2: COVID 19 YOUTH SAFETY MESSAGES
Development of Safety Messages
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