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Foot care clinics in South Africa

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Joye Pinn, Jul 19, 2021.

  1. Joye Pinn

    Joye Pinn Welcome New Poster


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    I am setting up foot care clinics in South Africa starting in Cape Town and need equipment and instruments and supplies. It is a charity. There is no foot care/Podiatry available on State Health and all Podiatrists are in private practice and charging astronomical fees. They are serving 5% of the population. SA has the highest annual amputation rate globally due to lack of foot care.
    You can WhatsApp me on 0027607177645 if you are available to assist in any capacity.
    Thanks
     
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