Jurgens Myburgh


Job Title: CFO

Company: Mediclinic


Petrus Jurgens Myburgh has been Group Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of Mediclinic International plc since 1 August 2016. Before this he served as the Chief Financial Officer at Datatec Limited from 1 June 2014 to 31 May 2016. He joined Datatec from The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited. He joined Standard Bank in 2001 and quickly rose through their ranks and was appointed Executive Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions in 2007 and Head of Mergers and Acquisitions in 2009. He has extensive experience in finance, management, listed company corporate actions and mergers and acquisitions. He served as an Executive Director of Datatec Limited from 01 May 2014 to 1 June 2016. Jurgens holds a B.Com (Hons) degree in Accounting from the University of Johannesburg and qualified as a Chartered Accountant CA (SA) with KPMG in 2000.

2016 – Present        Group CFO, Mediclinic
2014 – 2016             CFO, Datatec Limited
2001 – 2014             Executive Vice President, Standard Bank Group
2000 – 2001             Manager, KPMG Corporate Finance
1998 – 2000             Audit Manager, KPMG

1994 – 1997             B.Com, CA (SA), Economics and Accounting
1989 – 1993             Grey College

About Mediclinic: Mediclinic is a private hospital group operating in South Africa and Namibia focused on providing acute care, specialist-orientated, multi-disciplinary hospital services and related service offerings. The group currently operates 49 private hospitals (including two day clinics) throughout South Africa and three hospitals in Namibia with more than 8 000 beds in total. 

Mediclinic Southern Africa is a wholly owned subsidiary of the international private healthcare group Mediclinic International PLC, listed on the LSE (London Stock Exchange) with a secondary listing on the JSE (Johannesburg Stock Exchange) and the NSX (Namibian Stock Exchange). 
Mediclinic International currently has three operating divisions - Mediclinic Southern Africa which operates 49 private hospitals and two day clinics throughout South Africa and Namibia; Hirslanden operates 17 private acute care facilities and four clinics in Switzerland with more than 1 700 inpatient beds and Mediclinic Middle East which operates six hospitals and 23 clinics with more than 700 inpatient beds in the United Arab Emirates. 


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