In South Coast, the answer to the question, “What is the South Cape?” is a simple one: it’s the health system.
The South Coast has a health system, but its not a public system.
It’s an autonomous system, which means it is responsible for its own funding and resources, but it’s not a government system.
There’s no political leader, no governor, and no council.
The system is led by a committee that includes a chief executive and a group of commissioners who make decisions for the system.
What this means is that South Coast can provide the same level of services, services that other health systems around the country can’t, and it’s even easier to access.
The South Coast’s primary goal is to help people live healthier lives.
It does this by ensuring that the community has access to quality, affordable health care, and that residents receive the best possible care when it comes to a wide variety of health issues, from asthma to cancer to obesity to diabetes.
The systems goal is not to be a complete solution to every health issue; instead, South Coast is focused on providing the best care to the most people, at the lowest cost possible.
As of June 30, the South Coasts population had grown from 9,000 to 10,000.
The health system is growing in number as well, but not in scope, and the SouthCoast Health System will continue to evolve in the coming years as more resources are committed to providing quality care to residents.
To date, the system has served more than 2.6 million South Coasters, with an estimated 1.4 million residents.
The new health care system has provided more than 16,000 patients access to the South Cores most important health care resource, the Regional Hospital, which houses emergency rooms, outpatient care and rehabilitation services.
South Coast residents have access to an array of services at the Regional Health Center, including medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment.
The Regional Hospital also serves South Coast students, faculty, and employees in the health care and nursing fields.
At the same time, the new health system has taken on new responsibilities that require it to operate independently from the county government.
SouthCoasters will not be responsible for all county-run services, like public health and education, and South Coast will not have control over the county’s police force or fire department.
The county also has to pay for South Coast services at a cost of approximately $5.2 million per year.
This system is funded entirely by taxpayers, and will provide the county with a sustainable source of funding to ensure the health of South Coast people.
South Coast is an autonomous entity, which also means the county is responsible, but there are no elected officials or elected officials who control the system, and there are also no governing bodies.
It is accountable to its members and their elected officials, who are elected by the community, and to the county commissioners who oversee the system through a three-member committee.
When it comes time to make decisions, the committee makes the final call, with the members of the committee acting in concert to provide a sound plan for the region.
In South Coaster County, the decision on how best to spend money is a joint decision between the county, the state and South Cape.
The committee also oversees the countywide health system that provides medical and dental care, public safety, and community outreach services.
It also oversees South Coast Regional Hospital which houses patients, emergency rooms and outpatient care.
South Coaster is a large county, but the South Coastal Health System is a small one, with only about 200 beds.
It includes two primary health centers: the South Point Health Center and the North Cape Health Center.
These centers, along with a hospital, are located in Cape Town.
SouthCoast Regional Hospital serves more than 100,000 people a year and is one of the South Africa’s largest health care systems.
SouthCoaster County’s largest hospital is the North Southport Health Center which is located in the town of North South Cape and has a capacity of about 200 patients.
The North SouthPort Health Center also has the largest hospital in South Africa.
It has the capacity to treat more than 1.2 billion patients annually.
On average, the NorthSouthport Health Centre receives roughly 300,000 admissions a year, and is the countrys second largest hospital.
North South is the primary hospital for the South West Coast, and also serves the South East Coast and the Cape Coast.
SouthSouthport Regional Hospital is the largest regional health center in South Coast, and provides a wide range of services to its residents, from health care to rehabilitation, as well as general health care.
The hospital is staffed by about 200 people and is staffed 24 hours a day.
The majority of residents at the NorthWestSouthPort Health Care Centre are South Southport residents, with a population of about 2.5 million.
South South has the second largest population in South