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Having recently been through a recession and now facing the global COVID-19 pandemic, HFN staff have the knowledge, skill sets, compassion to guide and assist patients and their loved ones during this difficult time.

Hanri Koekemoer started as a receptionist with HFN 14 years ago, soon working her way up to the position of Office Admin. Manager. Doing Bookkeeping, Management, Health and Nutrition courses, she is always eager to learn new skills. Hanri is a real asset to HFN, ever respectful and courteous to staff and Clients alike. Her calm and compassionate nature goes a long way to contributing to the success of HFN.

Four years ago, the always willing and able Staff Nurse Karen Wienand, joined HFN as a Marketing Representative. With over 25 years of experience in Nursing/Marketing her insight, knowledge and passion made her a natural fit to join HFN’s management team. Karen always goes beyond her call of duty and clients respect and value her personal knowledge and advice when dealing with difficult situations.

Sr. Nadia Langenegger recently joined HFN as part of the medical management team. With over 18 years’ experience in nursing, she has quickly become an integral part of the team. Patients have come to respect her knowledge and to value her kind and compassionate nature.

With Hanri, Karen and Sr. Nadia forming a major part of the management team, HFN provides patients with the very best possible home nursing care.

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