Pholosong Hospital

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Pholosong Hospital is located in Tsakane, Gauteng, South Africa. The hospital serves a population of 900,000 from Tsakane, Kwa-Thema and Duduza.

History[edit]

Construction of the hospital was completed in 1992 and the hospital first admitted patients that same year. The hospital celebrated its 20th anniversary in March 2012.[1]

Features and capacity[edit]

The hospital has 300 permanent beds and almost 1000 medical staff.[2]

As of 2010, the hospital admitted approximately 20,000 patients annually. The hospital is responsible for approximately 5000 live births per year. In 2010, the hospital treated 118,399 trauma patients.[2]

The hospital provides Paediatric, Obstetrics and Gynaecology services, HIV, TB and STI treatment and Antenatal care.[2]

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Coordinates: 26°20.3725′S 28°22.5986′E / 26.3395417°S 28.3766433°E / -26.3395417; 28.3766433