Corner Koeberg and Racecourse Road, Milnerton, Cape Town, 7441
Milnerton Medi-Clinic is a 112-bed private hospital. Milnerton Medi-Clinic is one of the hospitals in the Medi-Clinic group of private hospitals. Medi-Clinic is one of the largest private hospitals groups in Africa and currently owns over 40 private hospitals throughout South Africa and Namibia.
Milnerton Medi-Clinic offers local, national and international patients a broad spectrum of professional medical services, including:
Professional consultations by highly qualified medical specialists in a wide range of medical disciplines within well-equipped consulting rooms
Quality medical care in comfortable wards staffed by highly trained, professional and compassionate nursing, medical and other personnel
Well-equipped operating theatres staffed by highly trained and professional nursing, medical and other personnel
Excellent visitor accommodation is available in the form of hotels, guest lodges and bed and breakfast establishments in the area.
Continually striving to improve on its well-established reputation for affordable, specialised, professional health care in an environment of caring commitment, Milnerton Medi-Clinic remains true to the Medi-Clinic group's motto of being committed to quality care.
“The emergency unit at the Milnerton Medi-Clinic is one of the busiest private emergency units in the country", Dr Basil Bonner (6 July 2006), head of the Emergency Unit at the Milnerton Medi-Clinic.
In true tough-guy fashion, Schalk Burger walked out of Milnerton Medi-Clinic the day after his 150-minute operation to fuse vertebrae in his neck (at the start of July 2006) and a few days later took off a neckbrace.
On the 6th February 2002 Jacobus Goodman (39), an Atlantis caretaker, was left paralysed after a bus he had been travelling in overturned. The bus had been travelling on the N7 highway near Table View when it collided with a side barrier and overturned. He was first taken to the Milnerton Medi-Clinic and later transferred to the Conradie Hospital. Goodman had injured his spine and had to undergo surgery, but is today paralysed, wheelchair bound and suffers from depression.
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