- Dr Mike Ramothwala was appointed Letaba Hospital's clinical manager
- At 30 years old, he is one of South Africa's youngest clinical managers
- He has been praised as a good leader
The MEC for Health in Limpopo, Phophi Ramathuba, recently appointed 30-year-old Dr Mike Ramothwala as Letaba Hospital's Clinical Manager.
In the process, Dr Ramothwala became one of the youngest clinical managers in Limpopo and South Africa, Briefly.co.za gathered.
Speaking to letabaherald.co.za, Dr Ramothwala expressed excitement at his appointment and said he's already intent on leaving a good legacy.
The young doctor said:
I want to leave a legacy in the hospital of having taken the institution with limited services and brought excellent services to the public, that is my honest professional goal.
His love for medicine started at an early age. He honed his leadership skills when he was elected Chairperson of the School Representative Council (SRC) at University of Cape Town.
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Dr Ramothwala was also elected leader of South African Medical Association in Letaba. His colleagues praised him as a good leader. One of them, Dr Gert Du Preez, said:
I was one of the people who nominated him. I fully support him 100%, because I have seen him being a good leader. He is a new blood and he brings a new era in the orthopaedic department.
Dr Ramothwala is married to fellow doctor, Pamela Ramothwala.
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