The South African Society of Cardiovascular Intervention (SASCI) is a non-profit, registered, Section 21 company formed in 2003.

The society's principle objective is to further the education of cardiologists still in training and to create continuous professional development opportunities for those already in practice.

The society also acts in an advisory capacity to funders, industry, members and government on subject matters relating to interventional cardiology.

The Health Market Inquiry (HMI) hearings: 23 - 25 February 2016

The Health Market Inquiry (HMI) hearings into the private healthcare sector will get under way on February 16 at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) International Convention Centre, in Pretoria. In addition to private healthcare consumers, other stakeholders expected to make oral submissions at the CSIR included public interest law centre Section 27, the World Health Organisation, the Congress of South African Trade Unions and practitioner associations. The hearings would continue at the HMI offices from February 23 to 25, when service providers would be allowed to make oral submissions.


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ISCAP Educational Lecture Series, Master the Complex - Bloemfontein

It is our pleasure to invite you to a CPD accredited ISCAP meeting in Bloemfontein, 30 July 2016

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Interventional Society for Cathlab Professions

ISCAP (Interventional Society of Cath Lab Allied Professionals) is an active Working Group of the South African Society of Cardiovascular Interventions (SASCI). ISCAP is dedicated to emphasizing quality standards; establishing of criteria for credentialing and developing guidelines for training in cardiac/paediatric catheterisation/ electrophysiology and endovascualar laboratories.

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Become a member

For more information on fee stucture and to download the application form click here.