During the past few days, many speculations were made about the Rahima Moosa Hospital. In fact, many have also called it the hospital of horrors. Meanwhile, it seems that the reports and claims about the Rahima Moosa Hospital are true. It will not be wrong to say that the Rahima Moosa Maternal and Child Hospital is one of the most controversial objects in Johannesburg. Meanwhile, a large number of people are curious about the veracity of the news that the mothers were forced to sleep on the floor. Therefore, we decided to prepare an article and shed light on this controversial issue. In the following sections, we have discussed what some important people had to say about it. So stay tuned to this page and read the following sections. Drag down the page.
Rahima Moosa Hospital
After a year-long investigation and inquiry into the medical center’s concerns by the Health Ombudsman, Prof. Malegapuru Makgoba presented his report on concerns about service delivery at Rahima Moosa Hospital. Meanwhile, Gauteng Health MEC Nomantu Nkomo Ralehoko and Health Minister Dr. Joe Phaahla also agreed on the findings in the hope of fixing some of the problems at the hospital. Scroll down the page and read more details.
During the investigation and while preparing his report, dirty, unsanitary and unsafe were mentioned countless times. Prof. Health Ombudsman Malegapuru Makgoba said they interviewed at least 34 people at Rahima Moosa Hospital and only got three words under review, unsanitary, dirty and unsafe. In fact, these are the common words spoken by people. “We interviewed 34 people at the hospital and three words came up: dirty, unsanitary and unsafe. These are common words we picked up during the investigation”, scroll down the page and read more details.
Makgoba also claimed that the hospital’s MEC inherited a neglect disorder for years at the hospital which operated without a blood laboratory, or effective security personnel, and an ICU as well. Patients feel unsafe at Rahima Moosa Maternal and Child Hospital. The investigation report also stated that some of the many problems at Rahima Moosa Hospital were sewage spills, peeling paint, heating problems and other serious infrastructure problems. The professor says: “We found out that it was true that pregnant mothers slept on the floor. Almost everyone we interviewed confirmed that this was the case and that the CEO did not spend enough time in the hospital. She had provided that information to the previous MEC, “Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.