Cure Day Hospitals East London
Cure Day Hospitals East London will welcome you through our doors with friendly, professional, and reliable staff. Our fresh look and state-of-the art facility will have you feeling relaxed and comfortable, providing a stress-free environment for patients and family members alike. As a much-needed addition to the area, we aim to provide affordable, quality surgical care to the people of East London.
Caring with empathy and integrity through adhering to professional standards and high moral principles
Blending skills of individual staff members and valuing the contributions of all
Respect for the rights, beliefs and choice of every individual
E – Excellence
Innovation and achievement of the highest standards by continually measuring and improving outcomes.
Nelson Mandela Day 2022
Cure Day Hospitals lives out our C for compassion in our Cure values and proudly participates in various community initiatives for Mandela Day. Our theme for Mandela Day last year was “do what you can, with what you have, wherever you are” and we did just that. We donated 100 pairs of school shoes to Chumani Junior Primary School in Reeston.
Nelson Mandela Day 2023
The Legacy Lives Through You: Cure Day Hospitals’ Mandela Day Initiative 2023
Cure Day Hospitals, in the spirit of honouring the remarkable legacy of Nelson Mandela, embarked on a special Mandela Day initiative to make a meaningful difference in the lives of underprivileged communities across the country. With a firm belief that positive change starts from within, Cure Day Hospitals initiated a project to provide essential items such as school shoes, deodorants, and sanitary pads to rural areas nationwide. Our aim was to empower young learners and address the challenges faced by individuals in less-fortunate communities.
Cure Day Hospitals recognized the significance of education, personal hygiene, and dignity in the lives of individuals, especially those living in rural areas.
School Shoes: Understanding the role that education plays in shaping the future, Cure Day Hospitals made it a priority to address one of the challenges faced with children in rural areas – the lack of proper footwear.
Deodorants: Recognizing the significance of personal hygiene and the impact it has on an individual’s social interactions, Cure Day Hospitals included deodorants as a part of their donation. By providing this essential personal care item, we hope to promote a sense of dignity and self-confidence among learners.
Sanitary Pads: Understanding the challenges faced by girls and women in accessing sanitary products, Cure Day Hospitals extended its support by donating sanitary pads. Our aim was to empower girls and women, enabling them to pursue their education without interruption.
Cure Day Hospitals initiative would not have been possible without the generous donations from our local community, staff, supporting doctors and various other stakeholders.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Cure Day Hospitals remains passionate about our corporate social responsibility and aims to help many patients throughout the year through our CSI projects. We love knowing that we are able to improve on the health and well-being of those in our communities.
Raise the Bra
The raise the bra campaign is an annual initiative benefiting underprivileged high school learners and older women around South Africa. The campaign was started by Dr Deon Weyers, a cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon from Johannesburg. The campaign was so well received that it has now extended nationally. All women are urged to donate pre-loved or new bras at any Cure Day Hospital, these bras will then be distributed to women in need in the area.