Phekolong/Nketoana (Reitz Provincial Hospital) District Hospital Complex - Bethlehem, Reitz, Free State, South Africa

Area: Bethlehem, Reitz, Free State, South Africa
Region: Free State
Physical Address: Phekolong Hospital: Riemland Road, Bethlehem, Free State, South Africa
Nketoana - Reitz Provincial Hospital: Artie Street, Reitz, Free State, South Africa
Postal Address: Phekolong Hospital: Private Bag X1, Bethlehem, 9700, South Africa
Nketoana - Reitz Provincial Hospital: Private Bag X1, Bethlehem, 9700, South Africa
Phone: Phekolong Hospital: +27 (0)58 303 5123
Nketoana - Reitz Provincial Hospital: +27 (0)58 303 5123
Fax: Phekolong Hospital: Fax: +27 (0)58 304 2672
Nketoana - Reitz Provincial Hospital: +27 (0)58 304 2672
GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 15´ 02.36" S; 28° 19´ 00.09" E
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State Hospitals - Phekolong/Nketoana (Reitz Provincial Hospital) District Hospital Complex – Bethlehem, Reitz, Free State, South Africa

 

What to bring to the hospital when being admitted:

From 1 January 2009, proof of income is required at the hospital’s admission section. Failure to do so will result in classifying the patient as a private patient, and then accounts will be raised at maximum rates (H3 tariffs)

1) ID document / passport
2) A referral letter from clinic /private doctor (H301)
3) Proof of residence
4) At least R30 for admissions and R20 for consultation
5) Proof of being unemployed e.g. UIF card
6) Your pension card if you are a pensioner
7) Your Medical Aid card/number if you belong to a medical aid
8) Your SANDF force number if you are working for the SANDF
9) If you are injured at work, your employer must fill in the employers report and you must bring if for you to be admitted as a WCA (injury on duty)
10) If you have been involved in an accident (MVA) your correct particulars, and particulars of the vehicle which caused the accident are needed, as well as the exact place where the accident occurred.
11) For admission, the following must be brought: Two washing rags, toothpaste, soap and toiletries and sleeping attire.

 

Classification of Patients

 

Free Services Provided for:

  • Pregnant Woman and Children under the age of 5 years
  • 32 Days after Child Birth (Mother and Child)
  • Termination of Pregnancy
  • Forensic Services for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence.
  • Persons with Mental Disorders
  • Persons with Disabilities
  • Infectious, Formidable and / or Notifiable Diseases
  • Persons Suffering from Malnutrition, Pellagra and any other determined by Province
  • Persons on Pension / Grant

 

 

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If there are any errors in the above information, please notify us via an email to info@sadoctors.co.za



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