The Robinson Private Hospital offers patients and their families an extremely high calibre of care, which comes as a result of modern facilities which make use of the latest technologies and cover a wide range of medical disciplines. There are also a number of ancillary services available at the hospital.
The hospital can accommodate 109 patients in as many beds and has 4 surgical theatres. Of these 109 beds, 34 are allocated to the surgical ward, 38 beds to the medical ward and 7 beds to the intensive care unit. There are also 5 private rooms in the maternity ward.
Disciplines practised at the hospital are far reaching, meaning that the chances of anyone receiving the care they need at this hospital, no matter what their symptoms, are not just good but great. There is a 24 hour emergency unit which is not only equipped with the necessary technology, but also on-the-ball medical staff who can treat most major emergencies and all minor ones.
Other disciplines practised at the hospital include anaesthesiology, dentistry, ear nose & throat surgery, general surgery, general practise, obstetrics and gynaecology, internal medicine, maxilla-facial & oral surgery, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, paediatrics, pathology, radiology and urology.
Ancillary services include audiology, pharmacy, physiotherapy, a prosthesis clinic, radiology and occupational therapy.
The Robinson Private Hospital is run by Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa. The Robinson hospital is located in Randfontein, a mining city 45 kilometres to the west of Johannesburg. It has a combination of private wards, complete with en-suite bathrooms, day beds and general wards.
Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling distance.