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Evaluation of the patients medical condition & requirements

Monitoring and education of chronic and non-chronic disease

Specific Nursing Procedures away from hospitals and doctors consultation rooms has been identified as a definite need in the primary care market.

Health Care Centres

Management of Healthcare Facilities with different models includes: Frail Care Centres (Frail / Palliative / Respite), Care Centres…
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Consulting For Care Centre Development

UH consults with property developers in order to assist with the planning of Care Centres within….
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Home Based Care

UH supports independent living – and in so doing, provides flexible health care support services to encourage and sustain…
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Pre-authorised Medical Insurer Services

UH is registered with the Board of Healthcare Funders and has a Practice Number; therefore, can…
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Primary & Preventative Healthcare

Primary is the ‘first’ level of healthcare intervention which is considered essential and basic to sustain the health and wellbeing of an individual. Interventions are based on practical, scientifically sound and affordable methods that are universally acceptable in terms of prevention and treatment. This could include the screening process, management of diseases, first aid, etc.
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Occupational Health Care

In South Africa, organisations must comply with the Occupational Health & Safety Act No. 85 of 1993 and the mining industry with the Mine Health & Safety Act 29 of 1996 respectively.

The purpose of Occupational Health Care Interventions is primarily concerned with the protection, safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment as well as any visitors to the work site. This includes health and safety practices that may impact on the environment. The idea is to implement Best Practice for least impact and sustainability for health / safety of people and surrounds as well as the protection of the environment.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA)

A HIRA is conducted by a specially trained Occupational Hygienist who has specialised equipment to measure, amongst others, illumination, noise, dust, ergonomics, air quality, etc. They report risks per Homogenous Zones (HEG) to ensure that a Medical Surveillance Screen is conducted according to risk exposure.

Unique Health then conduct medical surveillance screening tests in line with risk exposures measured in a Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA)

Medical Surveillance Screening

UH has a fixed Occupational Health Care Clinic at our office based in Roodepoort, Gauteng and we deliver services on-site as well. This entails providing staff, specialised equipment and consumables meeting all regulations and requirements.
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