Procare Operations (Pty) Ltd. is an affiliated company of PROCARE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD.
The directors of the company:
(CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER)
With a total of 50 year’s business and managerial experience under the belt, Dolf’s passion for people is clearly demonstrated through the various employee engagement initiatives that he has launched, aimed at the empowerment and development of his employees and to create career opportunities for those working in the nursing and caring environment.
He completed a Business Management Development Programme through the University of Pretoria’s Post Graduate Business School and a Certificate Course in Basic Counselling through the School for Psycho-Social Behavioural Sciences NWU as well as an IISA Programme in Short term Insurance through the Centre for Business Management UNISA.
Dolf has been practicing as a financial consultant for 27years. He has served on the board of directors of many private companies, and has, since retirement from the insurance industry, started PROCARE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD, a new group of companies operating in the supply of Nursing and Caring Staff to hospitals, retirement villages, Home Based Care, and other frail care facilities as well as Procare Health Training Academy Western Cape and Gauteng (Pty) Ltd.
Morné Nel is a Director of the Procare Group.
He has been a successful entrepreneur from a young age. He obtained a Financial Trading qualification and from there he learned the foundation and principles for the running of a successful company by shadowing numerous successful entrepreneurs.
He founded Exclusive Motor Sport, focusing on trading of automobiles in the online industry of which he then saw an opportunity to transition into the importation and resell of goods online using the vast knowledge and capital resources made from Exclusive Motor Sport. Morné is the founder and owner of one of the top online companies in South Africa, Exclusive Brands Online.
He has now expanded himself to be part of various companies. Morné is passionate about understanding the internal side of a company to create ways to automate processes for better efficiency.
FREDWILL de BEER
(CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER)
Fredwill is the newest member of the Procare team and has, since joining the company in 2018, been in charge of a comprehensive transformation process within the Financial Department. He has already proven himself a highly valued team member and is passionate about expanding Procare’s footprint in the South African health care environment.
Fredwill completed a B.Comm Accounting at the University of Pretoria in 2013 and holds an honours degree in B.Comm Accounting from Unisa, which he obtained in 2016 while training SAICA his articles of clerkship at Logista CA (SA) Inc. After finishing his clerkship he stayed on at Logista CA (SA) as Audit Manager for two more years, where after he joined the Procare team in 2018.
At Procare, Fredwill assumes responsibility for the oversight of the entire Financial Department, overseeing budgets, forecasts and financial information analysis while also reviewing the work of the Accounting Department.
Fredwill reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and meets with the board on a regular basis to ensure that everyone is informed of all financial matters. He also works closely with the Operational Manager in terms of cost management and new opportunity forecasts.
DR YOLANDé HAYTON
(NATIONAL OPERATIONAL MANAGER)
Yolandé completed her B Cur nursing degree in 2005 at the University of
Potchefstroom where after she started practicing as a registered professional nurse in the accident and emergency unit at Netcare Unitas hospital.
She then obtained her post graduate diploma in Health Sciences Education and Health Services Administration at UNISA in 2007. Thereafter she pursued her post graduate diploma in Emergency Nursing at the University of Pretoria, completing it in 2008, and then worked as a Shift Leader in the Accident and Emergency Unit. She then went on and obtained her Master’s degree (M Cur) in Emergency Nursing in 2009 and c her PhD in Nursing Education in 2019, from the University of Pretoria.
She has been a member of the Golden Key Honours Society since 2011 and was invited to join the Sigma Theta Tau Honours Society in 2016 in recognition of her demonstrating strong leadership skills and exhibiting exceptional achievements in nursing.
She spent some time volunteering on the Transnet-Phelophepa healthcare train, as well as a 5-week stint in Belgium as part of an exchange programme where she worked in the AZ Sint Maarten Hospital.
Yolande joined Procare in November 2017 and now oversees all the branches of Procare nationally, as well as the Procare Health Training Academy.
MICHELLE VAN BOMMEL
(REGIONAL OPERATIONAL MANAGER SOUTHERN CAPE AND PRINCIPAL AT EMMANUEL NURSING SCHOOL IN OUDTSHOORN)
Michelle obtained her 4-year integrated diploma in General, Community and Psychiatric nursing, and midwifery from the South African Military Service at 1 Military Hospital in 1994. She then completed an Advanced Nurse Management diploma at UNISA in 1995 and went on to also obtain a BA Cur Nursing Administration and Education degree at UNISA in 2006. While doing so, she also completed a Critical Care certificate at Mediclinic in 2003.
In 2004 she left for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and worked as Nursing Service Manager in the army hospital until 2011, overseeing general and cardiac ICU’s.
While living in the KSA, she completed her Honours and MACur Health Studies, and her research findings were selected to be presented at the Sigma Theta Tau International conference in Moscow.
She returned to South Africa in the middle of 2011 to assume the role of Head of College at an established private nurse and carer training facility in Cape Town. She is currently registered for a PhD in Nursing Administration and Education at UNISA.
Michelle joined Procare in May 2018 as Operational Manager for the Western Cape and serves on the board of directors of the Procare Training Academy and Emmanuel Verpleegskool.
The corporate structure is illustrated in the organogram: