Dedicated doctor moves to mining town to take on 30 000 patients

Dedicated doctor moves to mining town to take on 30 000 patients

Dr Nothando Moyo-Mubayiwa is the embodiment of passion and dedication. She takes care of about 30 000 in Kathu with compassion and care. She happily serves as the superintendent of occupational health and wellness at Sishen Mine.

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Doctor Nothando Moyo-Mubayiwa is the head of a team that takes care of thousands of people in Kathu, Northern Cape.

She is the superintendent of occupational health and wellness at Sishen Mine and also takes care of residents of the mining town, about 30 000 patients in total.

Doctor Nothando is passionate about what she does, which is why she moved to the town back in 2014 - not something that was very easy.

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On her move, the doctor says they arrived on a cold day - the 1st of June - and got lost in Prieska, which is more than 200 km away from Kathu.

They eventually got to where they should be, and she made a real difference in the lives of others.

News 24 reports that along with her, the doctor has her spouse, Bruce Mubayiwa, their children, Lwandle and Tanaka, as well as their pets, 2 Jack Russels.

I am so glad my husband supported me - he has been the wind beneath my wings. Without him, I would not have been able to accomplish all that I have."

Briefly.co.za gathered that Doctor Nothando is very happy about being able to do a job she loves.

"Working at Kumba Iron Ore has been a great opportunity for me. I enjoy the work I do and I feel every bit makes a difference. I get to influence employees and the community at large to live healthily."

What an inspiring woman!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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