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NEW DAY HOSPITALS WILL OFFER EXCEPTIONAL CARE

We are pleased to publish the photos of babies recently born at Hibiscus Private Hospital. Photos are usually published on our site within a week from birth (expect the preemie babies), and remain on the site for at least 90 days.

Please note: If you cannot find the baby you are looking for, or don't want your baby's photo to be displayed on our website you are welcome to send us your request on our contact form.

A voucher is issued to the parents sponsored by Hibiscus Private Hospital. The photo suitable for framing is provided free of charge to all parents of babies born at HPH and to be collected at the PhotoLab, Oribi Plaza, Port Shepstone within 3 weeks after discharge from the hospital. You can contact PhotoLab on 039 682 1257.

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By |June 19th, 2017|News & Press Releases|0 Comments

Mums to be

Mums to be by Dr BG Perumal (Gynaecologist)
Pregnancy is a very exciting time in the lives of many. Initially, one experiences extreme joy and happiness on learning of one’s pregnancy. As the pregnancy progresses, one experiences a number of changes physically and emotionally during its course. These sometimes result in questions, concerns and anxieties especially […]

By |June 14th, 2017|Medical Articles|0 Comments

NEW PHYSICIAN AND GASTROENTEROLOGIST ON THE SOUTH COAST!

We are pleased to publish the photos of babies recently born at Hibiscus Private Hospital. Photos are usually published on our site within a week from birth (expect the preemie babies), and remain on the site for at least 90 days.

Please note: If you cannot find the baby you are looking for, or don't want your baby's photo to be displayed on our website you are welcome to send us your request on our contact form.

A voucher is issued to the parents sponsored by Hibiscus Private Hospital. The photo suitable for framing is provided free of charge to all parents of babies born at HPH and to be collected at the PhotoLab, Oribi Plaza, Port Shepstone within 3 weeks after discharge from the hospital. You can contact PhotoLab on 039 682 1257.

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By |May 30th, 2017|News & Press Releases|0 Comments

Utero-vaginal prolapse and its treatment

Utero-vaginal prolapse and its treatment – by dr D Glass (Gynaecologist)
A common consequence of both childbirth and the ageing process is weakening or damage of the supports of the bladder, vagina, and uterus.  In some cases the muscles have been torn, or ligaments that keep things in place have been overstretched.  As we age, the […]

By |May 29th, 2017|Medical Articles|0 Comments

NEW FEMALE GYNAE AND OBSTETRICIAN ON THE COAST

We are pleased to publish the photos of babies recently born at Hibiscus Private Hospital. Photos are usually published on our site within a week from birth (expect the preemie babies), and remain on the site for at least 90 days.

Please note: If you cannot find the baby you are looking for, or don't want your baby's photo to be displayed on our website you are welcome to send us your request on our contact form.

A voucher is issued to the parents sponsored by Hibiscus Private Hospital. The photo suitable for framing is provided free of charge to all parents of babies born at HPH and to be collected at the PhotoLab, Oribi Plaza, Port Shepstone within 3 weeks after discharge from the hospital. You can contact PhotoLab on 039 682 1257.

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By |May 19th, 2017|News & Press Releases|0 Comments

Are you headed towards diabetes?

Diabetes is on the increase at a rate of 11% a year and is reaching epidemic proportions. This is due in part to the high GI, high fat diet the general public consumes, as well as an increase in sedentary lifestyle, stress and smoking.

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By |March 25th, 2017|Medical Articles|0 Comments

Understanding stress

Stress – the very word can make you feel tense.  There are few people who don’t face at least some stress each day, and many of us face more than our fair share.  But what exactly is stress and how should we deal with it?   Stress is defined as the inability to cope with a […]

By |September 15th, 2016|Medical Articles|0 Comments

Skin Cancer Detection

Skin cancer detection
The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) says that there is no such thing as a safe tan. Daily damage done by the sun’s ultra violet rays builds up over time. CANSA says that as much as 80% of ultra violet-related skin damage occurs by age 18. Just one blistering sunburn as a […]

By |April 15th, 2016|Medical Articles|0 Comments

Bronchiolitis and Pneumonia in babies and children

Bronchiolitis and Pneumonia in babies and children
Bronchiolitis
For young children, bronchiolitis is a less severe form of pneumonia, but pneumonia can develop if it is left unchecked. Caused mainly by virus but secondary bacterial infection can occur.

Bronchiolitis is basically an infection of the bronchiolar tubes so it’s a respiratory infection. Babies and small children are susceptible […]

By |February 25th, 2016|Medical Articles|0 Comments

Understanding Tuberculosis (TB)

This article presented by Hibiscus Private Hospital in Port Shepstone in the interest of the community by Dr Ayoob Bux, a founding director of Hibiscus Private Hospital and chairman of the IPA (Independent Practitioners Association)
Tuberculosis (TB) is a common and often deadly infectious disease caused by mycobacterium, in humans.TB is a contagious disease. Like the […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Medical Articles|0 Comments
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