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Health Summit 02-04 September 2011

 “Accelerate quality service in building a transformed and caring healthcare system”

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health hosted a three day Provincial Health Summit from the 2-4 September at the Olive Convention Centre in Durban.  The aim of the summit was to bring various stakeholders together to meet, exchange views and debate critical issues affecting the sector.

The 800 delegates that attended the summit comprised of managers from the department, community based organizations, private health sector providers, academia, non-governmental organizations, issue based organizations, faith based leaders, Amakhosi and, but not limited to, traditional health practitioners.

The purpose of the summit was to analyze and assess the state of the healthcare system in KwaZulu-Natal, assess the extent to which the province has implemented the five priorities of government, identify key challenges facing the healthcare system, provide intervention and solutions to the challenges and find a better way to solicit views of different stakeholders in a more integrated and coordinated manner within the sector.


Documents distributed at Summit



Day 1 : Presentations

Day 2 :

Day 3 : Commissions


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