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Who we are

We are an international healthcare provider. We provide care that is valued by our patients and stakeholders by focusing on our employees, clinicians, clinical excellence, using analytics and technology to positively impact the care we deliver. We are committed to being a good corporate citizen and conducting our business ethically and sustainably.

Our geographic footprint spans across southern Africa, the United Kingdom and Europe.

International healthcare
provider
international healthcare provider

Offering an integrated healthcare model and diagnostic imaging capability

Diversified
offering
Diversified offering

With a growing share of revenue and earnings from non-acute sources

Clinical excellence,
analytics and technology
Clinical excellence, analytics and technology

Focus on our employees, clinicians, clinical excellence and using analytics and technology to positively impact patient care

Our vision

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

Leadership reviews

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Chairman's review

It has been an extraordinary challenging time to step in as the Life Healthcare Chairman. Almost two years have passed since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Dr Victor Litlhakanyane
Chairman

Exceptional
Alliance Medical Group
performance

REVENUE
up 21.0%

NORMALISED EBITDA
up 40.7%

Group Chief Executive's review

This financial year was particularly unpredictable, as we navigated our way through second and third COVID-19 waves, as well as experiencing widespread civil unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng during July 2021.

Peter Wharton-Hood
Group Chief Executive (GCE)

Over the financial period, the commitment, spirit, and dedication of all our employees, doctors, healthcare professionals and stakeholders in our business has been unwavering. For this I want to express my utmost and sincere gratitude.

Group Chief Financial Officer's review

Life Healthcare’s 2021 financial year has incorporated a full 12 months of COVID-19-related effects, including two severe COVID-19 waves which severely disrupted trading for the Group.

Pieter van der Westhuizen
Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

GROUP REVENUE
increased by
12.7% to
DISTRIBUTION OF
R26.9 BILLION
Normalised EBITDA increased
by 21.6% to
R5.1 BILLION