Early to bed and early to rise is supposed to make people, among other things, healthy.
But what if you happen to be afflicted by a chronic illness, one that requires regular treatment, particularly if you find yourself on the wrong end of diminishing medical aid benefits?
The answer is Health Haven, run by Dr Hemant Vallabh.
Hemant and his brother run the practice that services patients suffering from both chronic diseases and diminishing medical aid limits.
We focus on helping our patients manage their illnesses with in-house procedures and through the better application of technology. Our patients are generally lower-middle class people who have a wide variety of such ailments— Dr Hemant Vallabh, Health Haven
Health Haven has a structured system for ensuring patients with chronic disease remain well.
The company is continually appraising and upskilling itself on how to manage patients better.
It is noted for going the extra mile for its patients’ welfare and for providing an environment that is clean comfortable and pleasant.
Ideally, we need funding to refurbish the patient waiting area, our administration section and to streamline our procedures to make them more ergonomic. We also would like to purchase additional equipment to expand the services we currently offer.— Dr Hemant Vallabh, Health Haven
Ultimately, the aim is to purchase additional premises, in order to replicate what we are already doing here, so that we can provide these services to a greater number of people in the community.— Dr Hemant Vallabh, Health Haven
Listen to the interview below with Dr Hemant Vallabh for details...