Servicing the surrounding local communities of the Western Cape, Melomed Mitchell’s Plain is a 132-bed hospital forming part of the Melomed Group. The hospital houses 32 specialists and provides care in a range of service disciplines including Radiology, Pathology, Physiotherapy, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology, ENT, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

The hospital recently upgraded their Emergency Room and High Care Unit, with Hutz providing Pendants (HU8-F, HU5-FT2-01), Bedhead Service Systems (HU21-01, HU21-02 and HU21-07) as well as various Attachments, to the project. ...

King Edward VIII Hospital is a government hospital providing services to the whole of the Greater Durban Metropolis with patients from the KwaZulu-Natal area being referred to this tertiary hospital.

The hospital, built in 1936, is a teaching hospital for the University of KwaZulu Natal Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine and has a Nursing College. It has a capacity of 852 beds and sees approximately 22 000 patients on a monthly basis. These numbers alone, show just how important the hospital is to future doctors and nursing staff alike....

People often comment that the world is becoming smaller. With the major growth and advancement in communications, technology and education, information is at your fingertips - and seemingly limitless - within seconds. Business practices are both faster and smarter and it is a case of keeping up or getting lost in the crowd.

Dubai is proving and positioning itself as a hub for international business daily, with its offering of opportunities for growth and expansion, as well as its phenomenal infrastructure, incentives and location. It is this strategic location that provided...

A company within the Hutz Group of Companies, Hutz Hospi-Tec was approached and awarded a project at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital for the alterations and upgrade of an open area and to convert it into a High Care Unit with Isolation Rooms according to the client’s specification and requirements.

The array of expertise within the team ensured that the specified hospital requirements and standards were implemented, whilst simultaneously providing cost-effective solutions to upgrade ailing medical facilities.

As a medical infrastructure facilities company with selected industry professionals and partners on-board to enable revitalisation...

Hutz Medical will once again be participating at the Africa Health Exhibition, to be held at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Gallagher Estate from 28th – 30th May 2019.

You can expect to see the “who’s who” of medical companies and businesses, with 560 registered exhibitors representing more than 40 countries, ready and able to conduct business at the region’s largest healthcare exhibition. Last year saw more than 10 200 visitors over the three exhibition days, with many contracts worth millions of Dollars negotiated.

Hutz Medical has been an exhibitor at Africa Health...

HUTZ Medical has joined forces with NOVAIR, a world class, pioneering company that designs and manufactures PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) units. Based in France, NOVAIR has been in operation since 1977 and is represented in over 100 countries worldwide.

Compliant with the most demanding of international standards, PSA units produce medical quality oxygen onsite! The units are available in plug and play deployable solutions where tried and tested technology is backed by advanced analysis and state-of-the-art control features....

While Hutz Medical’s Management sponsors the annual Children’s Charity Event, our employees decided that this year they would also take the opportunity to participate on a personal level, by sponsoring Senior Santa Shoeboxes to the Malabar Home for the Aged. An NPO, the Malabar Home for the Aged is situated in Malabar, Port Elizabeth and is home to more than 40 residents.

Each shoebox consisted of some basic items, such as a facecloth and soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, Vaseline, a packet or two of biscuits, a juice or cooldrink along...

“Walking through the Paediatric Wards of the local hospitals always brings a huge lump in my throat. Maybe I empathize so much with those parents because I have been there with my own child, or maybe because I know that feeling of helplessness of watching your child being sick and there is not much in your power that you can do to assist them.

Whatever the reason, I am always pleased to be part of the Hutz team to visit the wards for our annual Children’s Charity Event, and share some...