Staff shortages undermining quality of healthcare in Limpopo, report finds

Staff shortages undermining quality of healthcare in Limpopo, report finds

Many clinics in Limpopo are operating without the required number of staff needed to deliver quality healthcare services, according to a report from Ritshidze, a community healthcare monitoring project. Activists say these staff shortages contribute to long waiting times for patients and overworked staff – which can ultimately undermine the province’s HIV programme.

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Opinion: Our data shows where Gauteng clinics are failing, government must help fix it

Opinion: Our data shows where Gauteng clinics are failing, government must help fix it

Too many clinics are in crisis and it is driving the continuing HIV epidemic. People are dying because of it, argue members of the Ritshidze Project as they launch a report into the state of public sector facilities in Gauteng.

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