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22 little lives changed during Smile Week

The Universitas Academic Hospital’s Smile Week is known for offering families who can’t afford medical assistance for their children, opportunities to have their lives...

UFS withdraws students from health facilities

All undergraduate students of the Faculty of Health Sciences from the University of the Free State have been withdrawn from going to clinical platforms...

Nehawu protests settling down, personnel nowhere to be seen

The nationwide protest by the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) seems to be settling down in the Free State, however, there...

Bloemfontein Courant brings you light: Tips for surviving load-shedding

Over the year, Bloemfontein Courant has covered a series of articles on load-shedding, infamously known as the dark lord. The effect has been felt...

Load-shedding: A threat to public health care

The public health sector has faced interruptions with service provision at clinics and other health facilities due to load-shedding. According to the Free State...

Surgery to get 21 children smiling

In order to give little one’s their much deserved chance at having a smile, 21 children are in the process of undergoing surgeries this...

Smiles brought to Bloemfontein through life changing wonders

Smile Week, coordinated by the Smile Foundation will be taking place at Universitas Academic Hospital in Bloemfontein. The surgeries have been completely funded by...

Universitas open day expands medical knowledge

The Universitas Hospital in Bloemfontein in the Free State is hosting its very first annual open day today. OFM News reports that the purpose of...

Putting a smile on 23 little faces

This March, 23 brave children will undergo surgery and 23 families’ lives will change forever as Smile Week is held at Universitas Academic Hospital...

FS introduces J&J vaccine booster, nurses encouraged to take shots

The Free State Department of Health’s MEC, Montseng Tsiu, has invited more than 24 000 health care workers in the province to take their...

Experts agree getting jab will hasten return to normality

Since the start of spring, temperatures are becoming warmer and Covid fatigue will probably be at an all-time high, with people yearning to get...

Free State government on track with vaccine roll out

The Free State Department of Health is focused on the vaccination plan they have set and which will see many people being vaccinated. Mondli Mvambi,...

Broad smiles after successful surgeries

Universitas Academic Hospital's Smile Week, proudly supported by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), has run from 8 March – 12 March 2021. 20 children from...

Local doctor encourages immunisation after receiving vaccine

The vaccination of healthcare workers will ensure that there is a stable workforce to further fight the Covid-19 pandemic. This is according to Dr...

Free State kids to receive new smiles

Even though 2020 came with many challenges, this year twenty-four children from the Free State, ranging from the ages of three months to three...

More healthcare workers succumb to #CoronavirusFS

The number of healthcare workers that have succumbed to coronavirus complications in the Free State now stands at thirty. OFM News reports that this means...

#Coronavirus: FS receives two screening buses

The Free State Health MEC, Montseng Tsiu, will be officially hand over two mobile Covid-19 screening buses in Bloemfontein in the Free State today. OFM...

Smile Week continues to change lives

Little patients at Universitas Academic Hospital were all smiles today as they will be getting the chance to reconstruct their lips, palates and faces....