Gauteng health sector to receive new radiography systems worth R60-million
June 3, 2014 Editor 0
Newly elected Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel announced on Thursday that the Gauteng Department of Health had ordered 12 Lodox digital radiography systems worth R60-million for the province’s health sector. The systems were destined for nine public hospitals – New Natalspruit Hospital, Dr George Mukhari Hospital, Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Tembisa Hospital, Helen Joseph Hospital, Tambo Memorial Hospital, Sebokeng Hospital, Kalafong Hospital and Leratong Hospital – and three pathology facilities, namely Pretoria Forensic Pathology, Johannesburg Forensic Pathology and Ga-Rankuwa Forensic Pathology.
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