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28/10/2016 City of Joburg launches extended hours at clinics
28 October 2016

City of Joburg launches extended hours at clinics

The City of Johannesburg Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba launches a pilot project to extend service hours at the Princess Clinic, North West of Johannesburg on Monday, 31 October 2016.

The City is investigating possibilities of keeping the clinics open to residents for extended hours. Universal access to health is an ideal the city is working towards.

Princess Clinic, located outside Roodepoort, will serve as a pilot project. This is one of 10 resolutions recently taken by Members of the Mayoral Committee and the Executive Mayor, to extend the hours. This arrangement will cater for patients who were unable to go to clinics during working hours for fear of losing their jobs.

Member of the Mayoral Committee for Health and Social Development Cllr Mpho Phalatse, and Mayor Mashaba, believe that the late hour service will make a great contribution towards ensuring a healthy citizenry.

Members of the media are invited to attend the pilot project launch to be held as follows:

Date:               Monday, 31 October 2016

Time:              10h00 – 11h30

Venue:           Princess Clinic

                        8 Harry Street, Princess – Roodepoort

ENDS

Issued by the City of Johannesburg

Gabu Tugwana

Mayor’s Spokesperson

City of Johannesburg

Tel: (011) 407 7040

Cell:    082 495 5673

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