Woman Celebrates Giving Birth With the Help of an All Black Medical Team and South Africans Give the Big Ups

Woman Celebrates Giving Birth With the Help of an All Black Medical Team and South Africans Give the Big Ups

  • A lady was pleasantly surprised at the all black staff that attended to her during her child's delivery
  • She shared her elation with people on Twitter and revealed the great care and attention that she received
  • Peeps confirmed that the establishment's service level as some shared their birth experiences while others felt it had nothing to do with race

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A new mother shared with peeps on Twitter about the fact that she had an all black medical team assisting her and she thanked them for their care.

The mother captioned pics of the deliver:

"I feel so proud when I say this. I had an all black team helping me deliver in theatre. Half being women."
Midiclinic, Morningside, doctors, medical staff, birth, labour, pregnancy, Csection, natural birth
A lady gave birth with the assistance of an all black medical staff of nurses and doctors leaving Saffas impressed. Images: @uThisha_Omuhle
Source: Twitter

Peeps on Twitter were impressed with the hospital's staff integration. Some shared their personal experiences with the establishment. Others felt that the lady's racial identification of the medical team was not necessary.

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@queen_phly confirmed the lady's experience:

"Congratulations Momma ❤️. Gave birth to my son there in 2018 and I share the same sentiments. The amount of TLC I got .... The nurses were so kind and nurturing. Absolutely thee best ❤️."

@AbongileMtetwa praised the new mommy:

@aim_za failed to see why the doctor were being applauded:

"Why does it matter that they were black? Why even mention that at all? Why not just say "I had a really good team to help deliver my beautiful baby".

@Rams85865205 expressed doubts about the hospital:

@lagebase said:

"Kumnandzi la! Twice I left with babies in my arms Congratulations!"

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Source: Briefly News

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