South Africans Doing Great Things

Adding quality and ubuntu to local healthcare

In Diepsloot, Quali Health is providing primary healthcare which is affordable and convenient.

Opening its doors in May this year, Quali Health is the brainchild of Dr Nthabiseng Legoete.

Speaking to #NightTalk's Lovelyn Nwadeyi, Dr Legoete says that Quali Health is based on an approach which aims to offer great care and service to lower income communities.

Operating seven days a week and 12 hours a day, Dr Legoete says that Quali Health offers optimum service for the public.

She says that Quali Health is driven by the need to make healthcare affordable, convenient and making sure it is of an acceptable quality.

Dr Legoete is confident that the operating model of Quali Health can bridge the gap between public and private healthcare, and lead to a more caring and sustainable healthcare service in South Africa.

Listen to the conversation below:

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