The hospital is located in the city of Polokwane, Limpopo.  The province of Limpopo borders Zimbabwe, Botswana and Mozambique.  Limpopo is known for its bushveld and wildlife reserves.  Polokwane lies North of the Polokwane Game Reserve and North-East of the Kuschke Nature Reserve.

Polokwane (formally Pietersburg) meaning Place of Safety in Northern Sotho is the capital of the province and is rich with cultural venues and sites.  The Arend Dieperick Museum and fossil-rich caves of Makapansgat are found close to Polokwane.

Polokwane is about 60km from Mokopane and 95km from Tzaneen.  The hospital is easily accessible via the N1 to the East and South, the R71 to the East and the R101 to the West of the hospital.  A 24-hour emergency unit with a helicopter landing pad serves the community around the clock.

Beds and Wards

The hospital has 200 beds and 6 theatres which includes 1 with laminar flow technology, 1 with digital technology and a caesarean theatre.  Mothers-to-be receive high quality medical services and care at the 27 bed maternity unit.  Babies in need of specialised medical care get around the clock care at the 14 bed neonatal intensive care unit.

The maternity and paediatric units are supported by the Netcare Stork’s Nest mother and baby wellness clinic which offers a full range of antenatal and postnatal services and supports mothers before and after the birth.

The 30 bed paediatric ward offers children specialised services complimented with well-trained staff and professionals.  Critically ill and injured patients receive high care at the 18 bed intensive care and high care unit which is equipped with sophisticated life support and monitoring equipment.

Disciplines and Services

Cardiothoracic surgery
Ear, nose and throat surgery
General practice
General surgery
Internal medicine
Maxillo-facial and oral surgery
Orthopaedic surgery
Paediatric pulmonology
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
Radiation oncology

Visiting Hours

Medical Ward
10h00 – 11h00
15h00 – 16h00
19h00 – 20h00

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High Care Unit
11h00- 11h30
15h00 – 15h30
19h15 – 20h00

Maternity Ward
11h00 – 12h00
15h00 – 16h00
18h00 – 19h00

Physical Address

Corner Grobler Street & Eland Avenue
South Africa

Map to Location

Telephone and Fax Numbers

Tel:  +27 15 296 6500
Fax:  +27 15 296 5100

Website:  netcare.co.za

8 Thoughts on “Pholoso Hospital (Netcare) in Polokwane, Limpopo”

  • Hello im a student at university of limpopo and would like to give birth at your netcare i need full details of i must do and if is it possible for me to give birth at your hospital please get back to me as soon as you can

  • Hi. I want to know if you can help to get a doctor who can do port for my daughter she’s having acute lumphoblastic leukemia and she’s being treated at polokwane hospital .Thanks

    • Hi Moses. Please speak to the hospital directly. We only profile private hospitals in South Africa. We are not affiliated with the facility or any private health facility. You will probably need to speak to a specialist like a haematologist (“blood disease” specialist) or oncologist (cancer specialist) at the hospital for this matter.

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  • Hi m a police officer using a lower plan medical aid of polmed m expecting and want to know if it wil cover all da costs needed at ur hospital if not so how much do i need to pop out for me to give birth at ur hospital

  • Hello,I will like to give birth at Netcare Pholoshong, I’m a student at University of Limpopo so how much can it be without medical aid?

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  • Hi, my wife want to give birth at netcare how much in cash,? She once gave birth there for our first boy, but that moment she was still on a medical aid

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