There are three theatres (with capacity to expand to five in the future), and eight different units within the hospital.
A level one 24-hour Emergency Centre provides emergency treatment to residents while a critical and high care unit, surgical and medical units support patients with world-class expertise and care.
The modern Mediclinic Stellenbosch facility offers a fresh look that speaks to quality healthcare but still maintains the essence of its roots through natural colours and landscaping to mirror that of the region.
The Mediclinic design team selected “outside in” to drive the more creative elements of the decor. Facades, colours palettes and textures all draw from the concept of visually bringing the mountains and trees typical to the region into the hospital.
Visits from family and friends are an important part of the recovery process and Mediclinic makes every effort to accommodate visitors. Managed flexible visiting hours apply (09:00 - 20:00), with a resting period between 13:00-15:00, but there may be times when visitors cannot be accommodated. Please enquire at the nurses’ station to confirm if a patient is able to receive visitors.
Visitors may be asked to leave the bedside when procedures are carried out in the unit; we appreciate your understanding in this regard.
We ask that visitors respect other patients in the room and restrict the number of individuals visiting to three per bed in general wards, two per bed in critical care units and one person can accompany a patient admitted for a day procedure in the day ward.
Silent hospitals promote healing. We ask that you put your mobile on silent while on hospital premises, keep volume to a minimum and that any accompanying children are well supervised.
- Free newspapers for our private room patients
- DSTV Hotel bouquet and selected radio channels on our televisions
- Padlock facilities in each room
Please direct all enquiries to the administrative assistant or the unit manager.