Welcome

The Heart Failure Society of South Africa (HeFSSA) is the first of its kind in Africa. HeFSSA was formed in 2005 under its parent body, the South African Heart Association (SAHA).

HeFSSA’s mission is to promote research and collaboration on heart failure matters in South Africa and around the world.

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19th Annual SA Heart Congress 2018

4-7 October 2018 2018

What does the future hold?

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Latest News

Oct 4, 2018

HeFSSA Cardiology Update for Non-Cardiologists Heart Failure 2018 - The Treatment of Heart Failure: Back to Basics, George

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Oct 4, 2018

HeFSSA Cardiology Update for Non-Cardiologists Heart Failure 2018 - The Treatment of Heart Failure: Back to Basics, Cape Town

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Oct 4, 2018

HeFSSA Cardiology Update for Non-Cardiologists Heart Failure 2018 - The Treatment of Heart Failure: Back to Basics, Durban

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Oct 4, 2018

HeFSSA Cardiology Update for Non-Cardiologists Heart Failure 2018 - The Treatment of Heart Failure: Back to Basics, Bloemfontein

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General Practitioners

Faculty

Dr. Adriaan Snyders
Dr. Adrian Horak
Dr Ntobeko Ntusi
Dr. André Lochner
Dr. Nqoba Tsabedze
Dr. Darryl Smith
Dr. David Kettles
Dr. Eamon Maree
Dr. Eric Klug
Dr. Innocent Segamwenge
Prof Makoali Makotoko
Dr. Jean Vorster
Dr. Jens Hitzeroth
Dr. Khulile Moektsi
Dr. Len Steingo
Dr. Martin Mpe
Dr. Nico van der Merwe
Prof Naresh Ranjith
Dr Sizwe Mthiyane
Dr Mohamed Alteer
Dr. Simon Beshir
Dr. Trevor Gould
Dr. Alan Koopowitz
Prof. Datshana Naidoo

 

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Membership

The Heart Failure Society of South Africa invites health care professionals to join the society today!

Please read about eligibility and the benefits associated with HeFSSA membership. Ordinary and associate members of HeFSSA have to be ordinary or associate members of the South African Heart Association (SA Heart). However, international members do not have to be members of SA Heart.

 

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News around the world

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Automatic feed of trending news in heart disease on the web – does not necessarily reflect the opinion of HeFSSA