Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital

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Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital
Het Zuid-Afrikaans Hospitaal, gestig 1904, Bourkestraat, Muckleneuk.jpg
Geography
Location Pretoria, South Africa
Coordinates 25°45′42″S 28°12′20″E / 25.761692°S 28.205659°E / -25.761692; 28.205659Coordinates: 25°45′42″S 28°12′20″E / 25.761692°S 28.205659°E / -25.761692; 28.205659
Organisation
Care system Private
Funding Non-profit hospital
History
Founded 1904[1]
Links
Website http://www.zah.co.za/
Lists Hospitals in South Africa

Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital (Afrikaans: Het Zuid-Afrikaans Hospitaal en Diakonessenhuis) is a private, non-profit hospital in Muckleneuck, Pretoria, South Africa, where the working language is Afrikaans.[2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Our History". Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital. Retrieved 30 June 2014. 
  2. ^ A Pictorial review of the growth and development of the Zuid-Afrikaans-Hospital 1904 -1984. 199?.  Check date values in: |date= (help) Held at the University of Pretoria
  3. ^ Kistner, Alzada Carlisle (2013). An Affair with Africa: Expeditions And Adventures Across A Continent. Island Press. pp. 224–225. ISBN 1559635312. Retrieved 30 June 2014. Kymry's tonsils had to come out; we were to check into Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital immediately. There was no possibility of waiting until we got back to the United States. Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital was Afrikaans-speaking only. The children's ward ... 
  4. ^ Alberts, Shireen Goosen. Keagan God's Brave Soldier. Xlibris. p. 33. ISBN 9781483625713. Retrieved 30 June 2014. On Saturday, 17 March, Keagan was discharged from Unitas and we went to the Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital. I did not leave my son's side. Hans would bring me clean clothes from home each day when he came to visit. No visitors were allowed, ... 

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