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August 2022.

Community-Oriented Primary Care (COPC) is now a reality for community members in the Witzenberg area.

There was much excitement around the delivery of a new mobile clinic that arrived in the Witzenberg area, as it means that community members in this area will receive free primary healthcare from this facility, on an ongoing basis. The launch was held on 12 August 2022, at the Bella Vista Community Hall, with several community members and local healthcare service providers in attendance, to mark the occasion and the commencement of this service.

“The highlight for me is the fact that Community-Oriented Primary Care (COPC) is now more than a concept that is discussed within the circles of health care professionals. Its beneficiaries can now see and experience what it is about in their own communities by being close to it, talking about it, and experiencing it,” said Public Health Care Manager, Mr Lulamile Wawini, who was one of the attendees at the event.

This initiative is funded by Perdekraal East Wind Farm in partnership with the Ceres Provincial Hospital, and forms part of the wind farm’s Socio-Economic Development Programme, which prioritises healthcare and education in the area.

As part of the launch, the mobile clinic offered various healthcare services, including HIV counselling and testing, TB screening, mental health checks, psychological services, and chronic care.

Ongoing services offered by the mobile clinic will include all methods of family planning (oral tablets, injectable, Implanon, later- intrauterine contraceptive device insertion (loop), as well as (post-exposure) morning after pill); referrals for safe TOP & STOP Breast examination; cervical smear screening; Immunization catch-up; COVID testing & vaccination; TB screening & testing; HIV screening & testing; and later collection of chronic medication.