Cure Day Hospitals was established 16 years ago by a group of visionary doctors whose dream it was to provide private health care that is more affordable and more accessible to South Africans. South Africa’s private health care has been criticised for its high costs with medical inflation at t... read morehe core of these spiralling expenses. Cure Day Hospitals’ business model addresses this by providing lower pricing to benefit both medical aid members and private patients.
To contribute to Cure Day Hospitals’ legacy, a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) Partnership was formed. Cure Day is wholly owned by doctors and business people and is supported by an experienced and qualified management team.
The group’s first day hospital was bought as a going concern. Established 32 years ago, it reopened as Medkin Cure Day Hospitals in March 2008. The second hospital opened in May 2011 in Midstream and more facilities followed.