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ENCA interviews Dr Pieter Henning on Out of hospital procedures for Covid-19

Diagnostic Imaging Specialists, Keystone Radiology, says it has witnessed a sharp rise in out-of-hospital radiology visits over the last few weeks, as patients consciously avoid visiting hospitals to have these treatments. Dr Pieter Henning says patients and referring doctors are more frequently making use of the out-of-hospital options, specifically over fears of contracting Covid-19 at hospital facilities, and because they enjoy the convenience of these locations.

Hospitals had to implement more stringent access protocols due to the fact that they are the port of call for sick patients, many who are Covid-patients. Henning says this uptake in out-of-hospital treatments is directly related to the increase of patients during the second wave of the pandemic, which has seen hospitals and medical facilities around the country flooded by new intakes.

Press Release: Leading radiology group introduces world-class ultrasound offering to Tzaneen and surrounding areas

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ENCA interviews Dr Pieter Henning on Out of hospital procedures for Covid-19

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ENCA interviews Dr Pieter Henning on Breast Cancer Screening and Awareness

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Dr Pieter Henning speaks with the team of ‘Die Groot Ontbyt’

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#ScreenHerSaveHer Special Feature on SABC News

Thank you to SABC News for the feature of our Mobile Breast Cancer Screening Unit. Our unit is currently located in George until the 14th October and contains a state-of-the-art digital mammography system and well as breast sonar modalities.

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