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Our purpose

Making life better

International healthcare
provider
international healthcare provider
Diversified
offering
Diversified offering
Clinical excellence,
analytics and technology
Clinical excellence, analytics and technology

Our vision

Our vision is to be an international healthcare provider delivering measurable clinical quality through a diversified offering and people-centred approach.

Our mission

We improve the lives of people through the delivery of high-quality, cost-effective care.

Our core values

We aim to leave a lasting impression of understanding and meeting our patients’ needs.
We achieve this by focusing on our core values.

Highlights

Revenue
from continuing operations +12.7% to R26.9 billion

Normalised EBITDA* from continuing operations of +21.6 % to R5.1 billion

Cash generated from
operations of R5.7 billion

Normalised earnings per share (NEPS)*
from continuing operations +88.3% to 109.8 cents

Completed disposal of Scanmed for a total cash consideration of R733 million

Strong financial position with
available undrawn facilities of R6.6 billion

* Non-IFRS measures.

Our core values

We aim to leave a lasting impression of understanding and meeting our patients’ needs.
We achieve this by focusing on our core values:

Passion for people

those that are the life of our business

Qe

quality to the power of e (ethics, excellence, empowerment, empathy, energy)

Performance pride

we act for the right reasons, with quality in mind

Personal care

adding the human touch

Lifetime partnerships

with our patients at the very centre


Commentary

OVERVIEW

Life Healthcare had a strong trading performance for the twelve month period ended 30 September 2021 (FY2021, or the current period) driven by exceptional performance in AMG and a good performance in SA.

During the current period, the Group experienced the full impact of two COVID-19 waves, whereas in the twelve months ended 30 September 2020 (FY2020, or the prior period) the Group experienced only one COVID-19 wave although the associated lockdowns were more severe in the prior period.

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