Acute care services at Faircape Health are delivered by Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs) of health care professionals. Acute care provides medical support for patients to prepare them for discharge to less intensive care scenarios (sub-acute care).
Acute Care Specialised Services
A wide variety of diseases and injuries may require acute care that require a broad set of clinical skill sets to properly treat. At Faircape Health, we have segmented our services into care divisions of excellence, to ensure our clinicians are highly skilled and experienced for every condition we treat. Acute care may include intensive treatment actives such as continuous cardiac and oxygen saturation monitoring, IV fluids and antibiotics, blood transfusions, tracheostomy and stoma care.
Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised programme, designed to improve cardiovascular health for anyone recovering from a heart condition. Cardiac rehabilitation is beneficial for those recovering from a heart attack (mycoardial infarction), heart failure, cardiac surgery, or other heart conditions that required surgery or intensive medical care.
Pulmonary rehabilitation is a far-reaching treatment incorporating exercise, education and behavioural intervention to help those with chronic lung disease. Programmes include training, health education, breathing techniques, nutritional guidance, and smoking cessation support to name a few.
Musculoskeletal rehabilitation is designed to help the person return to the highest level of function and independence possible, while improving the overall quality of life — physically, emotionally, and socially.
Neurological rehabilitation focuses on improving one’s function, reducing neurological symptoms and improving the wellbeing of people who have experienced a neurological event or have been diagnosed with a neurological condition.
Oncology rehabilitation helps people with cancer or recovering from cancer to maintain, improve and restore physical and emotional well-being. This form of rehabilitation focuses on reducing or eliminating side-effects of cancer treatment and improving survivors’ quality of life.
Prehabilitation is a unique form of physical therapy which improves post-operative outcomes by improving pre-operative performance. This evidence-based approach to surgery recovery has shown to reduce the length of hospital stay, post-operative pain, as well as complications after surgery.
At Faircape Health, we bring together healthcare professionals from different fields to collaborate on treatment plans for optimal clinical outcomes in the acute care setting. Primary and allied healthcare practitioners combine their specialities to administer the most comprehensive treatment plans available:
At Faircape Health, we pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence in providing acute care in a world class setting. To achieve this, we provide state-of-the-art specialised equipment and hospital facilities you can learn more about below.
Faircape Health is proud to offer the services of our fully licensed pharmacy for all acute and chronic medication needs. Tokai Health Pharmacy is conveniently situated at Tokai Estate, but services extend to all 6 of our facilities.
Faircape Health features on-site dialysis equipment allowing us to fully support patients with renal failure. Patients receiving chronic dialysis are able to receive their dialysis at the facility during their rehabilitation period.
At Faircape Health we continue to expand our offerings and locations to provide world-class care to as many South Africans as possible. See our various acute care facilities located in the Western Cape below:
Faircape Health at Tokai Estate provides restorative care and rehabilitation for those recovering from injury or surgery.
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