Bhelekazi is a passionate registered nurse with 19 years solid and valuable experience in both the private and public health sectors. Results-oriented, high energy and hands-on with a successful proven record of being reliable and efficient.
She is currently a school nurse manager at St Albans College for boys. Proud to be part of the school with the vision to prepare young men for life. She had been with MSF for two years as the Clinic Activity Manager for Kgomotso Care Centres (KCC) in the Sexual Violence Project in Rustenburg, North West Province. She also played a critical role at the forefront fighting against COVID-19 pandemic in Johannesburg.
Before joining MSF, she worked for Gauteng Provincial Department of Health as a Programme Coordinator where she was overseeing the running of 26 designated Clinical Forensic Medicine (CFM) facilities inclusive of seven Thuthuzela Care Centres (TCCs) in the province. During this time she trained over 100 doctors and professional nurses on the management of sexual violence cases.
She also spent three years of her profession working as a midwife in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates at Al Corniche Maternity Hospital.