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The Clicks Helping Hand Trust, part of South Africa’s largest retail pharmacy chain, has announced that they will be providing free primary healthcare services every afternoon from 13h00 for the next six weeks at selected Clicks clinics nationwide, for patients without medical aid.
“During these uncertain times, a lot of people, especially those who are on chronic medication, have concerns about their health and can’t afford or don’t have access to a GP,” says Clicks Chief Store Operations Officer Sedick Arendse. “We invite customers who don’t have medical aid to book a free consultation with their local clinic sister, who can give them health advice and information, as well as the necessary preventative checks, to help them manage their health and know their health status.”
The free primary healthcare services include temperature, blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose screenings. This service is free for patients without medical aid, and available until May 31st.
Clicks has 197 clinics countrywide. To find your nearest participating clinic and book an appointment, contact 0860 254 257 or visit https://clinicbookings.clicks.co.za/