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How does a healthcare business that is social enterprise innovate and adapt during the times of Covid 19. There is a moral and ethical responsibility to the employees and to the communities, and also a responsibility to the shareholders to run a profitable and sustainable business that responds optimally to economic opportunities. Join the talk with Dr Dulcy Rakumakoe of Quadcare and find out what her key lessons are from the pandemic as a business leader
Dr Dulcy holds an MBBCH degree from Wits University, a Diploma in Occupational Health, a Diploma in HIV Management, a Travel Medicine Diploma, Masters of Science in Sports Medicine and a Masters in Business Administration Degree from GIBS.
She is a Social Entrepreneur with a passion for providing healthcare and wellness solutions for low and middle income communities in South Africa. She is the 2016 Social Entrepreneurship Regional Business Achiever award winner for Business Women’s Association.
She founded Accessible Quality Health services (AQH) in 2013 after already being a General Practitioner in Vryburg, then Carletonville, for 11 years. In 2015 She partnered with Pascal Frohlicher and together founded U-Care Medical Centres which focused on building private medical centres and providing world class health services at an affordable cost. This company evolved in 2019 to become Quadcare, which is a network of medical centres in areas where they are needed the most, providing access to affordable healthcare. Currently the centres are in Edenvale, Alexandra, Fox Street Johannesburg, Meadowlands, Carletonville, University of Johannesburg and Park Station.
She is also a regular guest on Jozi FM, Metro FM and Kaya FM and contributes weekly to the Citizen Newspaper and Bona Magazine talking all things health.
Her life’s purpose is to make an impact on how healthcare is delivered in this country especially to the poor.