Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital: Cystic Fibrosis Clinic
The Cystic Fibrosis Clinic caters for patients who have proven cases of Cystic Fibrosis. New cases or urgent problems will be referred to the Cystic Fibrosis Consultant on call for pre-referral arrangements.
What is Cystic Fibrosis?
It is characterised by the abnormal transport of chloride and sodium across body tissues, causing thick mucus-like secretions.
The symptoms of cystic fibrosis are
Symptoms often appear in infancy and childhood.
Venue: S13, Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital
Days and times: Tuesdays (14:00-16:30)
Head: Dr Marco Zampoli
Team: Dr Louise Cooke (gastroenterology)
Frieda Laubsher (genetic counseling),
Margy Gibbons (social worker)
Dr Aneesa Vanker (pulmonology)
Dr Michelle Carihill (endocrinology)
Dr Ronalda De Lacey (gastroenterology)
Prof Brenda Morrow (Physiotherapy)
Ms Shihaam Cader (Dietician)
Telephonic consultations: 021 658-5137 (ask for consultant on call)
Appointments: 021 658-5137 (Ms Vivien Flynn, Ward B2)
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|Government Body:||(Department of Health, Western Cape Government)|