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Help treat illnesses and practice preventive medicine without the use of pharmaceutical drugs or surgery. Learn how to be a Naturopath in South Africa here.
Nursing jobs are some of the most in demand careers in South Africa. Learn the different nursing career paths you can take and the qualifications you need here.
Perform tests to diagnose and treat defects in vision, injury or ocular diseases. Learn the qualifications you'd need to be an optometrist in South Africa here.
Build, fit and repair splints, braces and artificial limbs for patients with muscular & skeletal disabilities. Learn how to be an Orthontist & Prosthetist here.
Prepare and dispense prescribed medication to people in your community. Learn what qualifications you need to be a pharmacist in South Africa here.
Help pharmacists fill and label patients’ prescriptions. Learn what qualifications you need to become a pharmacist assistant in South Africa here.
Sell pharmaceutical goods, toiletries and related goods in a retail pharmacy. Learn how you can be a Pharmacy Sales Assistant in South Africa here.
Learn what phlebotomy technicians do as well as the subjects you need to take and qualifications you need to obtain to become one in South Africa.
Assess, treat & prevent disorders that affect movement. Learn what qualifications you'd need to be a physical therapist or physiotherapist in South Africa here.
Diagnose, treat and prevent foot, ankle and lower leg problems. Learn what you'd need to study and for how long to be a podiatrist in South Africa here.
Help improve patients' mental health by identifying and helping to change negative behaviours. Learn how to be a psychologist in South Africa here.
Help social workers to provide support, protection and assistance to those in need, are vulnerable or in crisis. Learn how to be a Social Auxiliary Workers here.
Learn how to safely administer anaesthetics to patients as a specialist anaesthetist. See required qualifications, where to study, and for how long here.
Anaesthesiologists are responsible for safely administering anaesthetics safely to patients in healthcare facilities, usually hospital and clinic facilities.  As an anaesthetics specialist, you will need to have technical, medical and surgical skills as well as crisis management skills and the ability to make decisions fast in high pressure, sometimes critical situations. You will also have to have an in-depth knowledge of how the human body functions, the effects of anaesthetics on the body and how it interacts with other drugs. Anaesthetists usually work as part of a team of other health professionals. They might also help patients to manage chronic pain. 
Specialise in treating abnormalities and diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system. Learn how to be a specialist cardiologist in South Africa here.
Treat and diagnose skin problems from issues like sunburn to serious diseases like skin cancer. Learn how to be a specialist cardiologist in South Africa here.

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