Private Tariff Schedule
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A visit to hospital is often daunting in terms of what to expect regarding one’s treatment. The same can be said in terms of knowing one’s finances. We have therefore provided some information that may assist you to understand hospital costs and the type of common charges that the hospital, doctors or your medical aid scheme or insurer may apply.
A typical hospital account is made up of the following charges:
This refers to the use of general units, specialised units (e.g. CCU or High Care etc.) as well as private rooms.
This refers to the charge per minute for the time spent in theatre during an operation.
This refers to any medication or consumables used during your stay in the unit or during your procedure in theatre.
This refers to the use of any equipment during your treatment in the unit or the operating theatre. Examples of equipment used in hospital include the use of endoscopes, monitors, ventilators, etc.
Possible payments required at the hospital: