Your health and the health of your family are the most important things in the world. But there's a lot of misinformation out there, and getting healthcare support you can really trust isn’t always easy. That’s why St Stephen's Hospital created CARE to SHARE - a video series aimed at providing simple information, inspiration and support from our passionate team of healthcare professionals.
It’s real doctors and real clinicians, sharing real tips to help you get more out of life. Because your health matters.
A prolapse of the bladder, bowel or uterus can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. That is why it’s especially important to create a friendly environment for patients.
Gynaecologist Dr Regina Wulf explains what a prolapse is, how it is diagnosed and what to expect when you visit a specialist.
Not many years ago if you had advanced melanoma, your prognosis was not good. Now such “difficult” cancers are being treated with immunotherapy drugs that harness your own immune system to attack the cancer – and the results are incredible.
Oncologist Dr Richard Osborne reveals the staggering turnaround for patients and explains the evolution of cancer care at St Stephen’s Hospital.
Some people need to go through rehabilitation before they can come home from hospital after an injury, illness or surgery. This often includes an exercise regimen, supported by a cohesive team of specialists, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers and more.
Rehabilitation Physician, Dr Paul du Toit walks us through a normal day for a patient in the rehab ward and offers some tips for preparing for surgery.
It can be daunting going to hospital but the committed team and warm environment of St Stephen’s Hospital puts people right at ease. And our patients can rest assured that they will be looked after by top specialists in a modern, fully integrated digital facility.
General Manager Darren Rogers explains how people make all the difference to St Stephen’s, and reveals his vision for the future of the hospital.
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