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Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre was established in 1967 by two local doctors in response to the lack of healthcare facilities in the area. It is an NPO that was registered initially as a feeding scheme and then as a welfare organisation in 1995.
At first, funding was from private individuals and organisations such as the Robert Niven Trust, St. Michael’s Church, Bryanston Methodist Church and Ithuba. In 1993 the Department of National Health approved a subsidy, which is vital, but we still rely heavily on the assistance of private and corporate donors in order to continue providing services to cater for the fast growing population and the increasing numbers of patients being treated daily.
Our aim is to help, advise, educate, heal and give hope. Our goal is to provide a holistic medical care welfare support for our patients and their families.
To be recognised as setting the standard of excellence and best practice in providing health and welfare services to our target communities.
To promote and provide comprehensive preventative and curative health and welfare services in response to the changing needs of our community.
- Quality health care
- Pride in our work
- Compassion / care / humanity
- Professional conduct and integrity
- Financial prudence
- Good corporate governance
- Empowerment and education
- Prevention rather than cure
- Non discrimination
- Striving for excellence