Tag: Richard Friedland

COVID-19: Netcare lessons from St Augustine’s Hospital outbreak

Netcare’s St Augustine hospital in Kwa Zulu-Natal has been shut by government after 47 people working at the hospital contracted the coronavirus and four people died. Netcare CEO Dr Richard Friedland joins CNBC Africa for more.

Netcare unveils first of its kind mobile electronic health record system

Netcare says it’s delivered a resilient set of results in a challenging market. The hospital network operator posted a 0.9 per cent increase in profit after tax and a final dividend of 64 cents per share.

Netcare to spend R1.6bn on capex

Netcare’s revenue for the March interim period has increased by 5.6 per cent to R10.520 billion. Its company EBITDA grew by 1.3 per cent with adjusted headline earnings per share decreasing to 84.3 cents. Netcare has forecasted slow growth within the next year due to the inclusion of Akeso Clinics as well as the acute patient demand being weaker in the first half. Dr Richard Friedland, CEO, Netcare joins CNBC Africa for more.

SA needs a Marshall Plan for jobs – Netcare CEO

Netcare has warned that acute patient day growth is expected to remain under pressure in the near term, while demand for mental health is expected to remain strong. The hospital group expects its service offering to be digitised by 2022. Joining CNBC Africa is Richard Friedland, Chief Executive Officer of Netcare.

Netcare explains why it’s given up on the UK market

Netcare explains why it’s given up on the UK market
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