Mediclinic Louis Leipoldt
I would like to thank Professional Nurse Amanda Muller at Mediclinic Louis Leipoldt for the enormous love, dedication, professionalism, and sheer and apparent skill she brings to her calling. 

The way she takes command of her duties each time she comes onto her shift, putting aside all her own challenges and demands, is inspirational – especially bearing in mind she has other duties, including administration to attend to and staff to manage, as a senior member in charge. 

I felt my twins, my new children, were the only thing that mattered in this whole world for her.

As a member of the police services I understand the chain of command and handing over of duties, protocol and responsibilities, and I have watched over many months how she conducts herself in a calm, experienced, humble and polite but firm manner. She looks after all the babies whose lives are in her hands.

I would love to just say thank you so much to her, for her love for us and our babies while they were under her care. You were our last hope in our despair, when we didn’t know what to do and where to go.

May all your nursing staff embody these values. The country and the world needs these emergency workers, who deal with our everyday health problems no matter the risk to their own lives. 
Mr and Mrs Runeli 

Mediclinic Cape Town
I ended up at Mediclinic Cape Town after a serious sports injury left me with a compression fracture in my spine. Three days later, I’m being released. Still struggling to stand up, sit down or walk for that matter, but it’s getting better by the day.

Mediclinic Cape Town

This is just a note to thank the wonderful staff at Mediclinic Cape Town for their outstanding and stellar work ethic and for taking such good care of me. I’m really in awe. 
George Van der Spuy 

Mediclinic Panorama
Today, exactly a month ago, I was discharged from Mediclinic Panorama after what felt like an eternity in the COVID-19 intensive care unit. These were the worst 50 days of my life.

I want to extend my sincere gratitude to each and every person who made it possible for me to be at home a month later and on my way back to a normal life.

Mediclinic Panorama

Hospitals are not an ideal place to spend time – especially during waves of this virus – for such a lengthy period. But in all honesty I would not have wanted to be at any other hospital, as Mediclinic Panorama again proved why they are so highly rated.

Under sedation I had the worst nightmares. If I can explain it, you are not aware of what is going on around you. But I think it can be equally stressful for those staff, nurses and doctors in whose hands you are hoping and praying for recovery and survival.

There is not one single person or aspect I can criticise. I have nothing but praise for everyone at Mediclinic Panorama.

Mediclinic Panorama

From the bottom of my heart, thank you. The work and miracles being done at Mediclinic often go unnoticed. I am living proof that miracles do happen, with a strong mindset, and the best team. 
Bessie Bester 


  • Jon Wood
    2 years ago Reply

    I have been hospitalised twice within the past four months at Durbanville MediClinic and became aware how important certain individuals are to the image of the hospital no matter what position they hold.In this respect I must commend porter Henry Hartman. The porter is often one of the first people one comes into contact with and the impression they create can be long-lasting And so it was with Henry. His cheerful, friendly and well-mannered demeanor creates a very positive impression of Durbanville MediClinic.

  • Nomoriva Bunge
    2 years ago Reply

    Do you have a clinic in East London?

  • Ntombizandile Gola
    2 years ago Reply

    I would like to enquire if one is intrested in working in renal unit..what can one do..I am a professional nurse.

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