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Baby on the way
Runs catering business
Movies, hiking, Hosting parties
Getting ready for No. 1 Next
Denise and Sim expecting her first baby, and are excited about being new parents. Denise read that being active and eating healthy throughout her pregnancy are very important, and she is happy that so far, she has had no complications. She is still active at work and enjoying her social life.
Denise goes for her regular pre-natal check ups, where her doctor measures her weight, blood pressure and does other physical checks. She has been recording the outcome of every visit and when blood work has been ordered, she has kept the results of her lab results in her CenHealth Account.
Lindi 31, Khaya 2 years old
Playing puzzles, baking cookies and backyard picnics
Khaya’s vaccination schedule is something Busy mom Lindi is very careful to stay on top of. She knows that between the age of 0-3, her child will have 18 immunization shots, and she needs to make sure that Khaya gets her injections at the right intervals.
Up to date from the beginning.
Lindi started Khaya’s CenHealth profile the week after she was born using a family account. She has been recording every immunization and the CenHealth alerts let her know when they are due to go in for another vaccination.
Student and budding soccer star
Soccer, video games and music
When he was 8 years old, JJ started to lose weight, was thirsty all the time, needed the toilet a lot and was more tired than usual. He was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
When he was younger, JJ’s mom used to check his blood sugar levels daily and administer his insulin shots, but when he was 12, he took over and now checks his sugar himself and gives himself the shots.
JJ’s mom created a CenHealth account for him so that they could have a record of his health at home, but also to remind them of their appointments and when medication refills are coming up.
JJ loves technology, so he find that CenHealth works great because he can access and update his records whether he is at home, or travelling to play a match out of town. The emergency App gives him piece of mind, because if he ever passes out due to low blood sugar, paramedics will be able to know about his condition very quickly.
Playing guitar, watching Formula 1, camping
When Luke was 25, he had a horrible car accident one night. He was lucky to survive the wreck, but he suffered a back injury which almost left him paralysed. With intense therapy, Luke has been able to walk again and function fairly normally.
A 360 degree view
Treating Luke’s injuries requires a team of doctors; a pain management specialist , chiropractic surgeon and physiotherapist.
When Luke first started his care, he was happy to collect his X-rays, his medicine scripts and his medical insurance forms in a loose paper file, but he accidentally spilled a cup of coffee all over his file, destroying most of his valuable information.
He started his CenHealth account so that he wouldn’t have to worry about losing his information to water, fire or theft.
Financial Services Executive
Shopping, theatre, golf
Linda’s bank is expanding its footprint to 5 new countries this year. She has been travelling a lot to oversee the expansion of new offices. On her last trip, she got struck with Malaria and had to seek care locally.
In the last few years, she had to get her yellow fever, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis vaccinations in addition to taking prophylaxis for malaria.
Retired Property developer
Restoring classic cars, going to church, listening to jazz music
Julius ran a successful construction company for over 15 years, erecting landmark buildings and working on huge projects.
Julius started suffering from chest pain, shortness of breath, numbness in the legs and pain in the neck.
It turned out that Julius was suffering from Cardiac Disease and was immediately put on treatment. His doctors told him that stress would only make his condition worse, and he went into retirement and his daughter asked him to come and stay with her in Cape Town.
Travelling, movies, playing piano, walking
Marian is a retired nurse. She lives with her husband, who owns a textile factory. They have three daughters and seven grandchildren.
Marian has an active social life, and spend a lot of time with her daughters and grand kids. Marian had a knee replacement last year and has been trying to get back to her former level of activity. Marian has been diagnosed with blood pressure and recently underwent cataract surgery to remove some from her eyes. In the last year, she has had numerous scans, x-rays and blood tests to narrow down her ailments, which could be attributed to normal ageing or something more serious. Marian updates her CenHealth record after every doctor’s visit or check up.
Even though Marian was a nurse, she still needed to follow doctor’s orders. After being discharged following the knee replacement, she uploaded continuity of care record to her account, giving her a full picture of what happened during her admission.