We take pride in our facilities, accommodation and staffing in order to ensure that your stay with us is comfortable and pleasant.
Patients are accommodated in multi-bedded general wards, two bedded semi-private wards and en-suite private wards.
We cater for all communities, accommodating for various dietary preferences. Our catering service is equipped for all patient dietary requirements and we pride ourselves in our menu, offering a variety of meals to our patients.
The following is required for admission:
- Motivation letter from your treating doctor.
- A treatment plan, as well as which therapy should be provided to assist with your recovery.
- Once the referral has been received, our admissions department will take the responsibility for all activity, including authorisation and transfer, as week as keeping the fund, family, patient and referring doctor informed during the process of assessment and admission. We are affiliated with most medical aid schemes and we offer reasonable cash rates.
Ensure that the following is available:
- Medical aid card
- Copy of the main member’s ID
- Recent scans, X-rays etc.
- Basic toiletries
- Sanitary pads (if needed)
- Diapers (if needed)
- Comfortable clothes
- Slippers and ‘tekkies’
- Swim wear (should you meet the criteria for aqua therapy)
- Assistive devices
There are no specific telephones in the rooms, but you may bring your own cellphone. Cellphones must be switched off during therapy. Should your family and friends wish to contact you, they may dial 033 815 1606. Cellphones and other valuables will be kept at own responsibility. The management of Royal Hospital would like to inform our valued patients that we do not take any responsibility for the loss of, or damage of any items, valuables and belongings during your stay at, or visit to Royal Hospital premises (in any circumstances – e.g. alleged theft etc.). The hospital will therefore not be held liable for the loss of any items.