Profile

Netcare hospitals are at the forefront of providing private healthcare in South Africa, thanks to a longstanding and well established partnership with specialists. We continue to invest in expanding our hospitals to meet the growing need for quality healthcare services and in equipping our facilities with the latest available technology. This approach creates an environment where the specialists who practise at our hospitals are able to provide their patients with cutting-edge, life-saving treatments – many of which are ‘firsts’ in South Africa and Africa.

It is our privilege to care for patients from across South Africa, neighbouring countries and further afield in Africa who make use of the specialised treatments offered at Netcare hospitals. Our focus is on achieving the best outcomes for our patients. Netcare’s comprehensive quality programmes, which are aligned to evidence-based international best practice, underpin the treatment provided by medical specialists and the care patients receive from our professional nursing staff. All Netcare hospitals in South Africa are also benchmarked against the Department of Health’s National Core Standards.

In living the Netcare values of care, dignity, truth, participation and passion in their daily interactions, Netcare’s staff members are committed to caring for our patients with respect, dignity and compassion.

Netcare hospitals

57

owned and managed hospitals, including 4 public private partnership (PPP)hospitals in SA; 1 PPP hospital in Lesotho

10 421

beds in total: 9 996 registered beds in SA; 425 beds in Lesotho

1 711

intensive care and high care beds

352

theatres

35

hybrid theatres, catheterisation and electrophysiology laboratories

45

emergency departments

2

level 1 accredited trauma units

7

oncology centres for radiation therapy

4

haematology and bone marrow transplantation facilities

6

paediatric oncology facilities/wards

54

retail pharmacies

Recognition for Netcare hospitals

2016/17 Ask Afrika Orange Index
Netcare won the 2016/17 Ask Afrika Orange Index Award in the private hospitals category and also achieved the 6th place overall across all industries measured, the first time that a company in the private hospital category featured among the Top 10. The index acknowledges customer service excellence across various industries, with 135 companies across 33 industries having been benchmarked in the 2016/17 index.

2016 Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Awards
Netcare has received the Gold I Climate Leadership Award from Global Green and Healthy Hospitals for educating staff and the public while promoting policies to protect public health from climate change.

2016 PMR.africa Awards
Netcare Union and Netcare Sunward Park hospitals each won a PMR.africa Golden Arrow Award in the category private hospitals/clinics in the Ekurhuleni region. Netcare Linmed and Netcare N17 hospitals each received a Silver Arrow Award from PMR.africa, and Netcare Clinton Hospital a Bronze Arrow Award.  

2016 Daily News Your Choice Awards
Netcare St Augustine’s Hospital was voted top in the hospital category in the 2016 Daily News Your Choice Awards for the 8th consecutive year.

2016 PMR.africa Awards
Netcare St Augustine’s and Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial hospitals each won a PMR.africa Diamond Arrow Award, the highest possible accolade, in the category private hospitals/clinics in KwaZulu-Natal and City of Cape Town/Cape Peninsula respectively. Netcare Parklands Hospital received a Silver Arrow Award from PMR.africa, in the category private hospitals/clinics in KwaZulu-Natal.  

2016 Rekord Readers’ Choice Awards
Netcare Pretoria East Hospital was voted the best private hospital in Pretoria for the fourth consecutive year, by readers of the Rekord.

2016 Best of Ekurhuleni Readers’ Choice Awards
Netcare Linmed Hospital was voted the best medical facility by readers of Caxton community newspapers in Ekurhuleni, in the 2016 Best of Ekurhuleni Readers’ Choice Awards.

2016 The Star Readers’ Choice Awards
Netcare Garden City Hospital was voted best private hospital in by readers of The Star in the newspaper’s Readers’ Choice Best of the Best survey. This is the second time that the hospital has received this recognition.