1Can I visit a paediatrician while I am pregnant?
Yes, this will allow you and the paediatrician to have a relationship. It will also give you a platform to be free and ask questions about having a child.
2How often must my child visit the paediatrician?
Your child should not only visit the paediatrician when they are sick. It is important that your child has regular baby and child health checks to help the paediatrician observe the progress of your child’s physical and mental growth and development.
3How do I book an appointment with Dr Irma Kruger?
Please contact the practice by filling out our online contact form or by calling us directly on +27 (0)60 361 3951 / 022 634 0144 You can also email us at reception@drkrugerpaediatrician.co.za
4Do you accept cash patients?
Yes, we do.
5Do I need a referral to see Dr Kruger?
No referral is required. You are more than welcome to book an appointment with Dr Kruger. If you are on a medical aid, please check your medical aid requirements with regards to the need for an authorization number for a specialist visit
6Does Dr Kruger make house calls?
No, unfortunately not
7What happens if my child gets admitted to the hospital? Will Dr Kruger as my child’s paediatrician, be there to take care of my child?
Unfortunately, there is currently no private hospital in Malmesbury, so in the case that your child needs admission to a private hospital, a referral will be done to the paediatrician at the hospital of your choice and that paediatrician will attend to your child while admitted. Once the Malmesbury private hospital is completed you will be admitted under our care. In case of admission to the public sector hospitals, your child will be cared for by the facility’s doctors

“There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children"

~ Nelson Mandela.

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