Ilembe Health District



Ilembe Health District is situated at KwaDukuza; it is about 75 km from Durban. The District comprises of a small urban area and a remainder being largely deep rural. The District has a population size of 662 413

Municipality Population (2014)
KwaDukuza 242 502
Mandeni 143 586
Maphumulo 99 213
Ndwedwe 145 163
District Population 630 464




Senior Management Team

Miss T Maphalala  : District Director

Miss T Maphalala : District Director

Dr D Pansegrouw:  District Clinical  Specialist: Paediatrician

Dr Deirdre Pansegrouw: District Clinical Specialist: Paediatrician

Mrs Vani Naidoo : District Pharmacy Manager

Mrs Vani Naidoo : District Pharmacy Manager

Ms Merinda Banda : Deputy District Director Clinical and Programmes

Ms Merinda Banda : Deputy District Director Clinical and Programmes

Ms Roshilla Sahadeo : Deputy District Director Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Ms Roshilla Sahadeo : Deputy District Director Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Mrs Ayanda Ngema : District Clinical Specialist Advanced Midwife

Mrs Ayanda Ngema : District Clinical Specialist Advanced Midwife

Dr M Moopanar : District Clinical Specialist: Family Physician

Dr M Moopanar : District Clinical Specialist: Family Physician

Dr Lilly Naidoo : District Clinical Specialist Obstetric and Gnaenacology

Dr Lilly Naidoo : District Clinical Specialist Obstetric and Gnaenacology

Mrs Thoko Radebe : District Clinical Specialist Paediatric Nurse

Mrs Thoko Radebe : District Clinical Specialist Paediatric Nurse

Mrs N N Khumalo : District Clinical Specialist  Primary Health Care

Mrs N N Khumalo : District Clinical Specialist Primary Health Care




Contact Details

Telephone :+27 (0) 32 437 3500

Fax : +27 (0) 32 551 1590

Email :

Postal Address : P/bag X10620 Stanger 4450

Physical Address :1 King Shaka Street, Opposite Dawnview Primary School, Kwadukuza/Stanger, 4449



Vision

To be better than the best in achieving optimal health status and a functional District Health System for the Community in Ilembe District.

Misssion

With compassion, deliver comprehensive, integrated, co ordinated, sustainable and responsive quality health care at all levels based on the primary heath care approach through the district health system.

Core values

Commitment to performance, courage to change/transform with honest, trust, integrity and mutual respect in an innovative, open and transparent manner.

Goals

Ensure accessible, equitable and customer oriented Health services in the whole District and at all tiers of the Government.

Objectives:

  • Provide preventive and promotive Health Care to empower customers to take responsibility for their own Health
  • Promote access of communities to all levels of health care available in the
    Province through an efficient, effective and acceptable referral pathway
  • Provide adequate resources in order to ensure quality care in the Health Care Facilities at all levels of care
  • Develop capacity/competencies for the prevention, early detection and management communicable emerging and re-emerging diseases in the District.
  • Develop strategies for addressing the effects of poverty on the communities.

Vacancies

Stakeholders


  • Municipalities
  • Other government departments: Social Welfare & Population Development, Agriculture, Transport, Housing, Education, SAPS, Correctional Services etc
  • Traditional Leaders/Healers
  • Amakhosi’s and Izinduna’s
  • Community at large
  • NGO’s & CBO’s
  • Faith based organization
  • Suppliers

Hospitals in Ilembe District

Community Health Centres





Zulu


If you have any questions, complaints, suggestions or compliments regarding Ilembe District, please contact the Public Relations Officer :Mrs Bonie Zulu

Tel: (032) 437 3500

Fax: (032) 551 1590

Email :


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This page last edited on 11 November, 2019

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