Despite the national lockdown, Centurion Hospice will continue essential palliative services to our registered patients. Please call the on-call line should you need a nursing sister of social worker. Cell Number: 066 175 8658
The Centurion Hospice Launch Podcasts
Well-known radio and television Riva Schoeman is the voice behind the microphone in a series of podcasts that will be a first for any Hospice in South Africa.
The new podcasts series called: Port of Call from Centurion Hospice, will connect listeners with experts as well as leaders in hospice and palliative care, with pertinent and heart-warming discussions about timely issues that patient’s, family members and friends are faced with when a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness.
And We Have A Winner …
Become a hero and buy a Centurion Hospice Pizza at Rebels Lyttelton. All the proceeds from this pizza go to Centurion Hospice.
“I am not afraid of Covid 19”
The new year was not even two days old when 412 more medical personnel succumbed to the novel Covid-19 virus.
Theresa Coetzee, a home-base nurse at Centurion Hospice, was heart-broken as a few of her friends were among those who died. They became statistics, numbers that sprouted forth from President Cyril Ramaposa’s mouth. To Theresa, they were names. She worked with some of those nurses during her 22 years at Unitas Hospital, just a stone’s throw away from Centurion Hospice.
Theresa was on the frontline when the pandemic first hit South Africa – she put her own life at stake to look after patients who contracted the virus. “I was never afraid of Covid-19.