COVID-19 Mental Health and Stress Management for Healthcare Workers
Join Profmed member Dr Erasmus as we talk about COVID-19 Mental Health and Stress Management for healthcare workers.
Locked down in isolation
In a time where physical wellbeing is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, we need to remember that mental health is just as serious as the entire country endures the beginnings of a 21-day lockdown.
COVID-19 may not have a vaccine, but influenza does
The entire world is in a state of pandemic panic as COVID-19 continues to proliferate without an end in sight. South Africans are so busy worrying about the virus that they might forget that the flu season is upon us
Managing stress in the New Year
Don’t stress: this is not just another fearmongering article. You are a high-achieving, hard-working professional living and working in South Africa. You’d be crazy not to feel a certain amount of stress.
#BelieveIn The Future Looking for reasons to be positive? Read on…
Welcome to 2020. We’re the first generation to begin to get to grips with the connected age’s lightning-fast pace of change.
The Professional – a podcast series for the future: Navigating the changing world of professionals By: Craig Comrie, Chief Executive Officer, Profmed
“A professional is not a grey old man in a suit,” says Craig Comrie, CEO of Profmed Medical Scheme.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Q&A
With COVID-19 being confirmed in SA, we’ve put together some questions and answers to help you understand what to do if you think you have the virus
Profmed – 2019 Stress Index Press Release
South African professionals are stressed. Not too stressed, but on average, moderately so. According to Profmed’s 2019 Stress Index, work, health and finances are the biggest contributors to stress levels among South African professionals.
Navigating the maze of medical aid options
Craig Comrie, the Chief Executive Officer at Profmed believes that health cover is literally the most vital of your household expenses. However, with so many ways to get cover, it’s important to choose one that is right for you and your health needs and will potentially not leave you financially ruined?