Helping to plan for, find and keep the workforce needed to deliver health for all.
AHP is a social profit organisation that works with the South African government and civil society organisations to find solutions to Human Resources for Health challenges.
Hospitals to become involved in orientation of foreign doctors
23 July 2012
AHP is planning to pilot a hospital induction programme for foreign-qualified doctors later this year. The programme will be piloted at four hospitals ─ Donald Fraser and Messina hospitals in the Vhembe district in Limpopo and Midland and Settlers hospitals in the Cacadu district in the Eastern Cape. Read full story
Press release: SANC and AHP sign cooperation agreement
17 July 2012
July, 17, 2012 ─ The South African Nursing Council (SANC) and Africa Health Placements (AHP) recently signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to bring more nurses to South Africa. Read full story
Millions benefit from AHP doctors
5 July 2012
Almost seven million people in South Africa benefited from the commitment and hard work of foreign doctors placed by AHP in the country last year. Read full story
Ensuring doctors work where they are needed most
25 June 2012
Foreign recruitment is often a careful balancing act to ensure all healthcare facilities receive the doctors they need. Rosanna Moonsamy, AHP’s recruitment consultant for KwaZulu-Natal, says it can often be quite tricky to make sure the mobile and scarce healthcare worker resources are used as effectively as possible. Read full story