We truly appreciate ROSEBANK KILLARNEY GAZETTE’s profile-raising and dedicated support displayed to Park Care, its functions, its resident community and personnel! We treasure the giving of their resources, time and talents to enrich the lives of our priceless frail fragile community
This support is totally extraordinary and we cannot accentuate enough how much their extended hand of friendship means to all – management, residents, staff
The words “THANK YOU” don’t come close to expressing how grateful we truly are for Rosebank Killarney Gazette and Sandton Chronicle’s support. The work done to help Park Care maintain high standards of nursing and social care, really does change people’s lives tremendously
But, yet, without the support of sources and persons such as The Rosebank Killarney Gazette, and, now also The Sandton Chronicle, (as is with the AfriDesign Support Team!), Donors, Funders and all other supporters, we will not be able to attain and fulfil our dreams for every fragile frail nursing care dependent resident to ensure every moment of their stay will forever be a cherished memory in their hearts
And, the extensive kind attentiveness given to Park Care Centre on the whole, is priceless ….. what we do, we do because the people we care for are each and every one over and above such a pearl and it is our vision and mission to always, as far and wide and long it is possible, give them the best we can!
Manda Pretorius is the executive manager of the Park Care Centre
Jan 3rd, 2021|Healthcare Heroes,
Manda Pretorius is the executive manager of the Park Care Centre in Johannesburg. Her advice is to stay vigilant!
An important message from Sister Sarah Ramphisa from Park Care Centre in Joburg
Its the new year 2021 & many of us have enjoyed time off – but please take care
Here’s an important message from Sister Sarah Ramphisa from Park Care Centre in Joburg.
Celebrate Safe –
Johanna Madlala at Park Care Centre for the elderly and frail in Johannesburg
Johanna Madlala works at Park Care 24/7 Frail Nursing Care Centre for the elderly and frail in Parktown, Johannesburg.
Her message to everyone is to follow non-pharmaceutical interventions and stay safe
A message from social worker Chatall Botha from Park Care Centre
A Message From Social Worker Chatall Botha From Park Care Centre. #StaySafe #StayHome – SA Corona Virus Online Portal
Give the invaluable gift of good health in the festive season and throughout 2021 by preventing the spread of COVID-19 to loved ones and fellow South Africans.
A message from social worker Chatall Botha from Park Care Centre in Johannesburg. #StaySafe #StayHome