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Netcare is a leading private healthcare provider in South Africa. Netcare Limited is an investment holding company which operates through a number of subsidiaries and employs just over 21 000 people.

In South Africa, Netcare operates the largest private hospital, primary healthcare, emergency medical services and renal care networks.

In addition to its world class hospital services, the Group offers primary healthcare, sub-acute care, day surgery, occupational health and employee wellness services through Medicross and emergency medical services through Netcare 911, and renal dialysis through National Renal Care and mental health and psychiatric services through Akeso.

Netcare also has the distinction of being a leading private trainer of emergency medical and nursing personnel in the country.

The following nursing vacancies are available to Netcare.

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Medical ICU – Trained Registered Nurses x 6Apply by 30 Sept 2022
Registered Nurse – Anaesthetic & RecoveryApply by 20 Sept 2022
Registered Nurse – Scrub SisterApply by 20 Sept 2022
Registered Nurse –Theatre RecoveryApply by 28 Sept 2022
REGISTERED NURSE (SURGICAL WARD 2)Apply by 21 Sept 2022
Registered Nurse (NICU)Apply by 19 Sept 2022
Medical ICU – Registered Nurses x6Apply by 30 Sept 2022
Enrolled Nurse Auxiliary- General WardApply by 30 Sept 2022
Enrolled Nurse- General WardApply by 30 Sept 2022
Clinical Nurse (R/N) (Outreach Nurses)Apply by 19 Sept 2022

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