What do we do?
|Hospi-Care (Touching lives)
Spiritual and emotional support, care and counselling to patients,their families and caregivers.Trauma support and counsellingEmployee assistance programmesHospi-Kids: care and support to sick, orphaned and vulnerablechildren, in particular thoseinfected or affected by HIV & AIDS in the family and/or living with a life-threatening illness (e.g. cancer)Counselling centre: trauma counselling, bereavement support and professional health care related counselling services.
|Hospi-Help (Giving hope)
Physical and nutritional supportSkills training and socioeconomic development programmes for people living with HIV and AIDS, chronic
illness and disability.Community support and engagementVolunteer recruitment, selection, training and mentoringAccredited training for volunteer and professional caregivers,companies, as well as community and faith based
leadersMarketing, communication and resource mobilization
|Research and development: our programmes are based on an innovative and multi-disciplinary research programme on spirituality and health care|
We render services in 8 government hospitals to 85% previously disadvantaged population groups. We invite you to
partner with us to improve the quality of life of people living with a disease.
HospiVision is a Non-Profit Company (NPC 99 12761-08 / NPO 071-706) Christian Faith-Based Organisation (FBO)
established in 1997 to provide psycho-social and spiritual care, counseling and training, as well as physical support in
the health care environment. HospiVision is a section 18(A) Public Benefit Organisation with tax exemption
(RG/0042/09/05) and complies with Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) criteria.Vision: Touching lives. Giving hope.
HospiVision touches the lives of sick people and those around them and gives them hope through counseling, spiritual
care and physical support.
HospiVision facilitates the establishment of sustainable integrated support systems that reach out to and are in service
of the sick, the vulnerable and the disadvantaged, their families and those who care for them.Registrations and Achievements: