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UK doctor had the time of her life in KwaZulu-Natal - Dr Mary Toulson
27 March 2012
"Medically, it was an amazing experience. We were eight doctors and we all helped each other. There was lots to do ─ lots of operations and lots of HIV/Aids and TB cases to treat. I was in charge of four different wards during the 11-month period." Read full story
South Africa felt like home - Dr Abeyna Jones
19 March 2012
The 28-year-old doctor from the UK arrived in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal in September 2010 and immediately after leaving the airport she had to help save someone’s life who was involved in a car accident. Read full story
Fixing cars and teaching maths - Gjalt Lindeboom
12 March 2012
Learning to fix cars and teaching mathematics at a local high school are all part of a Dutch engineer’s experience in South Africa. Gjalt Lindeboom and his wife, Karin Schelling, a tropical doctor, arrived in South Africa in February last year. She works at the St Patrick’s Hospital in Bizana in the Eastern Cape. Read full story
Dentist in Mpumalanga does it all for the patients - Dr Craig Inch
2 March 2012
The 31-year-old dentist made the move to the public sector in March last year when AHP placed him at Barberton Hospital about 45 km from Nelspruit in Mpumalanga. He is now head of the dental department at the hospital. Four other dentists work there with him. Read full story