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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SA Heart Congres 2015

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Latest News

Jun 1, 2015

16th Annual SA Heart Congress 2015 – Hearts inSight

Early Bird Registration & Call for Abstracts Now Open

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Visit www.saheart.org for more information

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May 20, 2015

16th Annual SA Heart Congress 2015 – Hearts inSight

Register now!

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Dec 16, 2014

The second AfricaPCR Course will be taking place in Johannesburg from March 26 – 28, 2015 at the Forum, the Campus in Bryanston. 

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Dec 4, 2014

Register now for the 2nd World Congress on Acute Heart Failure, in Seville, Spain from 23 to 26 May!

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General Practitioners

Faculty

Dr A Snyders
Dr B Vezi
Dr C Badenhorst
Dr D Kettles
Dr D Pretorius
Dr D Smith
Dr E Klug
Dr E Maree
Dr J Benjamin
Dr J Hitzeroth
Dr JA Lochner
Dr K Govender
Dr M Makotoko
Dr M Milela
Dr M Mpe
Dr N van der Merwe
Dr P Obel
Dr R Dawood
Dr R Jardine
Dr S Beshir
Dr S Blake
Dr T Lachman
Dr UR Hahnle
Dr W Lubbe
Prof AS Mitha
Prof H Theron
Prof K Sliwa
Prof P Commerford

 

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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 fees and 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

Кesearchers find two biomarkers linked to severe heart disease - Medical Xpress

Jul, 07 2015

BU conducts heart disease research - Binghamton Homepage

Jul, 06 2015

Men have shorter lives because they are more prone to heart disease, claims study - Daily Mail

Jul, 07 2015

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