Frere Hospital – East London
Frere Hospital is a large, provincial, government funded hospital situated in East London, Eastern Cape in South Africa. It was established in 1881 and is a tertiary teaching hospital.
Frere Hospital is named after Sir Henry Bartle Frere, Governor of the Cape Colony from 1877 to 1880.
Frere Hospital opened two state of the art paediatric theaters valued at 14 million rand in 2014.Hospital CEO, Dr Rolene Wagner says a professor at the hospital successfully approached the Carte Blanche trust for funding the construction for the theaters. Dr Wagner said, “The new theaters will help shorten the waiting period of five months for operations for children; the development will ensure that the hospital will save more lives.”
Braelynn Hills,East London
Dora Nginza Hospital – Zwide
Dora Nginza Hospital is a large Provincial government funded hospital, situated in Zwide township of Port Elizabethon Spondo Street. It is a tertiary teaching hospital and forms part of the Port Elizabeth Hospital Complex.
It has 570 active beds and offers Level 2 & Level 3 health care services to the community of Port Elizabeth and surrounding areas.
Leading Medical Device Supplier Philips Health Care made a substantial donation to upgrade the Paediatric ward at Dora Nginza in
the form of high-tech equipment, skills development and training to empower nursing staff to perform to their best ability in what is a pressurised and challenging environment.
Zwide, Eastern Cape
Phone: 041 406 4111
Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital
Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital is a large Provincial government funded hospital situated in central Port Elizabeth in South Africa. It is a tertiary teaching hospital and forms part of the Port Elizabeth Hospital Complex.
The Eastern Cape’s first paediatric oncology unit, the Igazi Foundation Paediatric Ward was officially opened at the Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital by Health MEC Dr Pumza Dyantyi on Wednesday (01/04/15).
In an internal memorandum to Department of Health superintendent-general Dr Thobile Mbengashe, Livingstone Hospital chief executive and Port Elizabeth’s public hospitals’ coordinator Dr Kobus Kotze said it was estimated that 400 children in the Eastern Cape should be diagnosed with cancer every year but this was not happening.
“This is almost certainly due to misdiagnosis with concomitant poor treatment,” he wrote.
Gipson & Buckingham Rds
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
Phone: 041 392 3281
Universitas Hospital – Bloemfontein
Universitas Private Hospital is one of two Hospitals within the Netcare Group that is in a Public Private Partnership with the Free State Department of Health.
The main objectives and goals with the Public Private Partnership are to combine strengths of both the private and public sectors to better utilise governmental resources (redundant infrastructure capacity). The private sector generates income from hospital related activities, which benefits both parties.
This partnership provides the community with a choice, thereby creating a competitive environment. Another benefit was the improvement of services within Universitas Academic Hospital, through close association with Universitas Private Hospital. This also happens through the availability of certain services to both parties by the public hospital.
Bloemfontein, Free State
Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital – Johannesburg
The Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital is the 3rd largest hospital in the world, occupying around 173 acres (0.70 km2), with approximately 3,200 beds and about 6,760 staff members.
It is a teaching hospital for the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, along with the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, Helen Joseph Hospital and the Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital.
A new collaboration by the Gauteng Department of Health in partnership with global healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Surgeons for Little Lives, a local non-profit organisation focused on saving the lives of sick children, will build a world-class paediatric surgery outpatient clinic including a sleep-over facility, a first for the hospital.
The new clinic, designed by global private hospital group Mediclinic, will boast a world-class facilities allowing patients to receive the highest level of care, privacy and dignity.
The two-level clinic is designed to support 2,000 outpatients and 300 inpatients per month while also providing a sleep-over facility for caregivers. This sleep-over facility will decrease stress and anxiety for both parents and children, allowing families to use the laundry facility to contribute towards the care of their children while also providing additional support for the nurses.
R68 Old Potchefstroom Road
Phone: 011 933-8000
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital
The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Hospital is an accredited central hospital with 1,088 beds serving patients from across Gauteng and neighbouring provinces. It offers inpatient and specialist outpatient services.
The Paediatric Unit consists of a 32 bedded general ward with access to a dedicated Neonatal and Paediatric ICU. The unit performs 80 to 100 operations per month.
The hospital also boasts an 8 bed combined Neonatal and Paediatric ICU. This ICU serves all Paediatric cases and Neonatal cases.
A full-scale refurbishment of the children’s oncology ward 286 for in-patients and an upgrade of the day clinic, Ward 294 was undertaken in 2014. The new state-of-the-art ward was handed over on 9 December,2014.
Between 600 and 800 patients are admitted to the day clinic, ward 294, per month whilst the in-patient ward 286, which currently has 26 beds, is home to children in the battle against cancer.
The hospital is also the main teaching hospital for The University of the Witwatersrand, faculty of Health Sciences. The institution provides the service base for undergraduate and post-graduate training in all area of health professions. The joint staff produces world-class research and collaborates with several universities in the continent and abroad.
The Johannesburg Hospital School is situated inside the hospital where learners well enough to leave the wards go to classes. This reduces feelings of depression and normalises their stay in the hospital
George Mukhari Hospital – Ga-Rankuwa
George Mukhari Hospital (formerly Ga-Rankuwa Hospital) is the second largest hospital in South Africa.
It is an Academic Hospital situated in the north of Pretoria near the township of Ga-Rankuwa.
It is a teaching facility for the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University(SMU) formerly known as Medical University of Soutern Africa(Medunsa)/University of Limpopo Medunsa Campus.
3111 Setlogelo Drive
Phone: 012 529 3111
Life Groenkloof Private Hospital – Pretoria
Life Groenkloof Hospital (previously Little Company of Mary Hospital) is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa, operating 63 acute care facilities across the country.
Life Healthcare is recognised throughout the health industry for its high calibre healthcare professionals and excellent facilities.
The radiology unit offers: nuclear medicine, CT and RT scanning, mammography and bone densitronomy testing in addition to other normal services. At the Mary Potter Oncology Clinic a dedicated team of oncologists do stem cell transplants, chemo- and radiotherapy.
The 33,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art outpatient facility offers a holistic approach to cancer treatment.
50 George Storrar Dr
Phone: 708 422 6200 / 012 424 3600
Web: Life Healthcare
Capital Haematology Private Hospital – Durban
Capital Haematology Hospital is strategically located on the same property as several other service providers who compliment a specialised oncology related service offering. This medical campus offers the unique combination of these facilities which is an environment conducive to rapid patient recovery.
The hospital is equipped to perform stem cell transplant procedures and is supported by a cryopreservation unit and stem cell laboratory. These facilities are run by a highly skilled clinical team. The bone marrow transplant unit is one of only three others in SA. Patients with blood disorders, such as leukaemia, become deeply neutropenic and immunocompromised. This situation also arises in oncology patients undergoing high-dose chemotherapy.
Capital Haematology Hospital offers these patients individual isolation suites, which have a high standard of air quality that is high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtered. A positive air pressure is created in the suites, so that air moves away from the patient. This allows microorganisms that might be airborne to move in the opposite direction of the patient
Staff and facilities promote a comfortable and compassionate healing environment for patients who often remain in treatment for a prolonged period. Special consideration has been given to the psychological and emotional needs of patients in an isolation environment.
95 King Cetshwayo Highway
Westridge, Kwazulu Natal
Grey’s Hospital – Pietermaritzburg
Grey’s Hospital is a referral hospital providing 20 % regional and 80 % tertiary services located in Pietermaritzburg, which falls in the Umgungundlovu health district.
Grey’s hospital offers regional services to the Umgungundlovu district which has an approximate population on 1 million.
Greys Hospital offers tertiary services, providing highly specialised health care, with extensive medical investigations, otherwise not available at a district hospital.
“In Kwazulu-Natal there is an estimated 3,3million children under the age of 15 years, amounting to 33% of the population in the province. Despite these high numbers, until recently, the only unit treating children with cancer in the province was at IALCH,” said Dr Beverley Neethling at the opening of the Greys Hospital Paediatric Oncology Unit
The unit is dedicated to ensure that all children falling within the Greys Hospital designated areas, who present with a cancer or a life-threatening haematological condition, can have access to the appropriate level of care which they need.
Town Bush Road
Pietermaritzburg, Kwazulu Natal
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital – Durban
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital is an 840 bed tertiary care, referral hospital, located in Bellair Road, Mayville, Durban. It is the first large-scale new hospital to be built in South Africa since 1994, and the first hospital in South Africa to adopt a public/private partnership in the delivery of its services.
It is fully electronic (computerised), working on paperless principles, and utilises the world’s leading edge medical equipment from MRIs to surgical instruments. It’s radiological services utilise fully digital PACs equipment.
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital is designed to provide tele-medicine services, and has the country’s only dedicated 46-bed burns unit.
The hospital also has fully electronic library facilities and boasts an on-site residential village providing over 400 modern units of accommodation.
800 Vusi Mzimela Road (Bellair Road)
Durban, Kwazulu Natal
Phone: 031 240 1911 / 031 240 1000
Web: Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital
Netcare Parklands Hospital
The hospital boasts a team of leading Specialists and highly skilled nursing staff who are committed to providing the highest quality care and excellence in service delivery.
The high standards of nursing and services offered have made the name Netcare Parklands Hospital synonymous with that of distinction.
Oncology Specialised Unit: With a team of dedicated, passionate and loyal nursing staff and doctors, the care obtained in this discipline can but only be described as true patient care.
The Oncology ward consists of 27 beds, including private rooms.
Facilities are available for Paediatric Oncology patients, as well as an adjacent Radiotherapy Department with the latest in the IMRT, IGRT as well as access to a PET / CT Scan. With the dedicated team of nursing and radiotherapy staff a complete circle of care and support is available.
75 Hopelands Road
Durban, Kwazulu Natal
Polokwane (Pietersburg) Hospital
The Polokwane/Mankweng Hospital Complex (PMHC) is a combination of two hospitals – Pietersburg Hospital Campus and Mankweng Hospital Campus. The Role of the PMHC is to provide tertiary services to all Level 1 (District) and Level 2 (Regional) Hospitals in the Limpopo Province.
The Pietersburg Hospital, a massive 450 bed Training Institution, runs in collaboration with the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA). Pietersburg Hospital Campus is committed to provide holistic, secondary and tertiary health services.
As part of its 80th year celebration and commitment to providing support and care for children and families affected by cancer, CANSA opened a Tough Living with Cancer (TLC) Paediatric Oncology Ward at the Pietersburg Provincial Hospital in Polokwane on Friday, 1st June 2012.
The facility, renovated to improve the care for cancer children receiving treatment, caters for 30 children, as well as 24 beds for parents. The space also accommodates a large outpatient area, play area, fully equipped kitchen and laundry.
Mankweng Hospital Campus was established as a result of the requests from Magoshi in the Thabamoopo region for a hospital to cater for their people around Mankweng area.
Corner Hospital & Dorp Streets
Phone: 015 287 5000
Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital – Cape Town
Red Cross Children’s Hospital | The Children’s Hospital Trust
The Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital was built in 1956 and is the largest, stand alone tertiary hospital dedicated entirely to child healthcare in Southern Africa. The Hospital is a public, tertiary hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, and is also a teaching hospital for the University of Cape Town.
Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital is South Africa’s only dedicated child health institution and offers a comprehensive range of specialist paediatric services to children. It is a centre of excellence for the training of all categories of child health professionals.
The oncology part of the service manages all childhood cancers including brain tumours, Wilms’ and other solid tumours, lymphomas and leukaemias. Approximately 100 newly diagnosed patients are treated annually.
The vision and mission of the haematology/oncology service is to provide the best possible care for all children with cancer.
The Red Cross Children’s Hospital follows internationally accepted guidelines and protocols currently in use in the developed world.
Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital is regarded as South Africa’s leading centre for postgraduate specialist paediatric medical and surgical training. The hospital’s tertiary facility provides comprehensive dedicated paediatric services with a full range of sub-specialties at quaternary, tertiary and secondary levels of care.
Cape Town, Western Cape
Rondebosch Medical Centre/Private Hospital – Cape Town
Rondebosch Medical Centre is a private hospital, based in Rondebosch, Cape Town, whose vision is to provide the highest level of healthcare at an affordable cost, so as to ensure greater accessibility to all.
The Oncology Department is managed by GVI Oncology. GVI Oncology follows a holistic approach towards cancer care.
Multi-discplinary teams live GVIs company values of compassion, passion and respect towards the numerous patients they treat on a daily basis.
Services include specialist consultations, external beam radiotherapy, brachytherapy and chemotherapy.
GVI Oncology offers patients value added services such as individual or group psycho-social care of patients and their families and comprehensive information on all aspects of cancer care.
85 Klipfontein Road
Mowbray, Cape Town
Tygerberg Children’s Hospital – Cape Town
Tygerberg Hospital is a tertiary hospital located in Parow, Cape Town. The hospital was officially opened in 1976 and is the largest hospital in the Western Cape and the second largest hospital in South Africa. It acts as a teaching hospital in conjunction with the University of Stellenbosch’s Health Science Faculty.
At Tygerberg Children’s Hospital we share a vision of a child-friendly hospital, internationally recognised for its clinical excellence in providing specialist medical and surgical care to babies and children and its ability to optimise holistic health care to all children within South Africa.
The Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust was set up to improve the care of babies and children who are treated at the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital.
The Trust raises life-saving funds to upgrade facilities and buy technologically advanced medical equipment.
A full range of services are available to children at the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital, managed when indicated by multi-disciplinary teams consisting of specialists paediatricians, general paediatricians, paediatric surgeons, nursing staff, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and dietitians.
The Tygerberg Children’s Hospital also offers internationally acclaimed expertise in endocrinology (endocrine glands); haematology (blood) and oncology (cancer).
Clinical building, Room 2105B
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Stellenbosch University (Tygerberg Campus)
Francie Van Zijl Avenue, Parow