Dr. Adri Kok is a Specialist Physician practicing medicine at the Union and Clinton Hospitals in Alberton, South of Johannesburg, Gauteng. She received her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Witwatersrand in 1983. Dr Kok has gone from strength to strength having received her Fellowship of College of Medicine of SA, Master of Medicine of University of Witwatersrand, Diploma in Primary Emergency care from the College of Medicine of SA, Honorary Fellowship of American College of Physicians, as well as Fellowship of American College of Physicians. She also received her Bachelor of Theology in 2009.
Dr. Kok has been the CEO of the Faculty of Consulting Physicians of South Africa since 2004. She is also the 1st woman ever and the 1st person in Africa to have been selected as a committee member of the International Society of Internal Medicine. Dr Kok has been the Director of the South African Private Practitioners Forum since 2008 and Chairperson of the Medical Advisory and Ethics committee of Netcare as well as numerous other Professional and Society memberships.
Dr Kok participates on numerous Advisory Boards and Speaker panels in the Pharmaceutical Industry. She gives regular talks and radio Interviews on a wide variety of topics, writes numerous articles and she has also reviewed the Diabetes Mellitus for Health Care Professionals for the Foundation of Professional development. Dr Kok also participates in numerous clinical trials and attends International and National Congresses on a regular basis.
LanguagesEnglish, German, Hebrew, Greek
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