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A way of life

Life Suikerbosrand Hospital is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa, operating 63 acute care facilities across the country.

Life Healthcare is recognised throughout the health industry for its high calibre healthcare professionals and excellent facilities.

We believe delivery of world class healthcare is achieved through a combination of unparalleled quality and hospital excellence; along with a true focus on the personal needs of our patients and their families.

Every day we subscribe to the core values of the Life Healthcare group, while individually striving to continually improve facilities, standards and technology.

At Life Suikerbosrand Hospital our priority is to focus on the delivery of a special brand of health and care to patients. Within a world class hospital, this unique approach is what makes the difference.

Contact us

Physical address

Cnr H F Verwoerd, Maré & Begeman Streets

Postal address

P O Box 1141

Telephone 016 342 9200
Fax 016 341 4821
Map Life Suikerbosrand Hospital


Our management can be contacted through our Hospital`s reception desk or through e-mail

Position Name
Hospital Manager Kubashnee Naidoo
Nursing Manager Anna-Marie Lengton
Pharmacy Manager Christine Beyers
Admin and Financial Manager Jaqueline Khedun
IPS Ilana De Wet
Quality Manager An-Marie Loots
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Engineering Manager Eric Obeng

Our team

At Life Suikerbosrand Hospital we understand that we have a responsibility to meet the expectations of those who are entrusted to our care as well as the expectations of their loved ones.

This realisation enables us to ensure that we focus on an experience of care for everybody who visits or is admitted to one of our hospitals or healthcare facilities.

All Life Suikerbosrand Hospital staff participates in ongoing quality training. Here we each come to appreciate the importance of quality in delivery of service and to embrace caring principles of empathy, ethics, excellence, energy and empowerment.

Results of ongoing patient satisfaction surveys tell us that a stay at Life Suikerbosrand Hospital reflects the high standards of health and care we set out to deliver.

The care delivered at Life Suikerbosrand Hospital extends into the community. Our employees at all levels actively participate in community initiatives to improve the quality of life in surrounding areas.

Our facilities

Everything we do is focused on delivery of high quality treatment and unique standards of care - whether for routine, more serious or extensive procedures.

Life Suikerbosrand Hospital makes provision for the treatment of surgical, medical, paediatric and day patients. It also offers obstetrics.

Our modern facilities include:

  • 94 beds
  • 3 technologically advanced, fully equipped theatres
  • 8 intensive care beds and 2 high care beds
  • 24 hour accident and emergency unit
  • A 7 bed maternity unit, and
  • 2 bed NNICU with well-appointed wards and secure facilities

Medical and surgical disciplines

  • Dentistry
  • General surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Internal medicine
  • Obstetrics
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Paediatrics
  • Pathology
  • Radiology
  • Urology

Ancillary services:

  • Clinical Neurophysiology
  • Pharmacy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychology
  • Hearing Aid Acoustician
  • Trauma Therapy

Specialist facilities

We have a modern Maternity Unit at Suikerbosrand Hospital.

All mothers who have pre booked their deliveries at Life Suikerbosrand Hospital will receive a Little Life branded maternity bag filled with some of the products you will need upon admission.

As our special new parents you will receive a complimentary candle light diner before being discharged from the hospital.

The first immunisation, in hospital, is for free and a baby registration service is offered by the department of home affairs.

Visiting Hours in Maternity

The father of the baby is welcome any time until 20:00. Siblings of the baby are allowed one visit per stay to meet the new baby and Grand Parents are allowed during normal visiting hours.

Please note that no children (other than the siblings of the baby) will be allowed in the maternity unit.

Supporting doctors

The doctors listed below are private practitioners. Please enquire about their rates directly with the practice.

Our team of doctors are the best in the region and if you need to contact any of our doctors, they will be happy to assist you with your queries.

The telephone details of the doctors have been listed below and the doctors have been categorised in accordance to their specialty. They are contactable Monday to Friday, between 09:00 and 17:00. For Appointments please contact our Specialist Rooms on 016 342 9222

Name Contact number

Dr H Hartley 016 349 1505
Dr J Meyer 017 773 0326 / 016 341 7178
Dr L Muller 016 349 1902
Dr LM Nel 011 814 5574
Dr M Opperman 011 814 4727
Dr R Kok 016 341 2684
Dr Z Botes 016 349 1505

Dr M Musk 016 342 9222

Mr Alpha Rasekhala 072 952 2931
Ms Chantal van Rooyen 071 365 0564
Ms Suzan Conradie 071 351 1845

Ear, nose & throat surgeon(s)
Dr S Stofberg 016 342 9222

General practitioner(s)
Dr A Moloi 016 343 7038
Dr B Koller 016 341 4121
Dr C Barnes 011 814 8288
Dr C Lee 016 341 6150
Dr C Venter 016 341 6150
Dr F Nieuwoudt 017 773 2184
Dr G Mosisili 016 341 7070
Dr H Heunis 011 814 8288
Dr J du Preez 011 814 1808
Dr Jacobé Meyer 016 341 2545
Dr M Kruger 016 341 4121
Dr M Makhate 016 343 9866
Dr P Lindeque 017 773 0248
Dr PJ Snyman 016 341 4121
Dr S Alkema 016 341 4121
Dr S Ngema 016 341 4684
Dr S Potgieter 016 341 6150
Dr T Tsoene 076 082 5113
Dr W Steyn 011 814 8244
Dr W Steyn 011 814 8244

General surgeon(s)
Dr B Janse van Vuuren 016 342 9222
Dr P Nel 016 341 4121
Dr P Nel (Jr) 016 342 9222

Mrs J Bester 083 959 8869

Obstetricians & gynaecologist(s)
Dr B Masuku 016 342 9222
Dr T Matlhaga 016 342 9222

Orthopaedic surgeon(s)
Dr J van Niekerk 016 341 4121
Dr MJ Radziejowski 016 342 9222
Dr SE Rose 016 342 9222

Orthotics / Prosthetics
Mr R Nagel 016 423 7633

Dr Marilé Kleinhans 016 342 9222

Dr M Machaba 016 342 9277

Ms Elchané van Niekerk 073 155 5284
Ms Margaret Pretorius 016 349 5922
Ms Martha Khanya 083 524 4896
Ms Mmasina Molopyane 073 889 4214
Ms Phumzile Motsumi 082 455 9240

Dr H Mistry 016 341 7158

Trauma therapist(s)
Mrs Corné van Niekerk 016 349 6200

Dr N Parbhoo 016 342 9222

Patient and visitor information

At the Life Suikerbosrand Hospital, we take pride in providing you information that you need in order to make your stay with us a pleasant and hassle-free experience.

If there is any further information that you or your family require regarding our Hospital and our services, please feel free to contact us.


Accommodation at our Hospital is extensive and includes:

  • Day beds
  • Private ward
  • General ward
  • High care unit
  • Intensive care unit
  • New Natal Intensive care unit

We also offer TVs in all of our wards.

Private wards are all en-suite. An a la carte menu is available.


Our admission process can be made much easier for you, if the following simple guidelines are followed.

  • Medical aid patients should check with their medical aid / scheme prior to admission to obtain pre-authorisation, if deemed necessary by the medical aid / scheme.
  • Patients have to present their medical aid card and identity document on admission. Persons under the age of 18 have to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and need to supply their birth certificate.
  • To speed up admission, a pre-admission form is available from the resident doctor`s rooms and the Clinic`s reception, and should be either handed through to the Clinic`s reception or faxed through to us prior to hospitalisation. Please click here to find our contact details.


On leaving, do not forget to collect your medication and x-rays. You will be given a white discharge card to hand in at the reception desk in the foyer as you leave.

Public Relations

Elmien Barnard serves as a link between the Hospital, patients, doctors and staff. Should you need any assistance please contact her at the reception desk of our hospital. If you are from out of town, a list of accommodation near the hospital for family members can be supplied.

Service monitoring

In keeping with our goal to continue providing high quality care; we monitor our service to patients on an ongoing basis. During their stay patients are asked to complete an electronic questionnaire regarding their stay at the hospital. Participation is voluntary, but this will assist the Hospital’s management to address any problems and improve our service to you.

We especially welcome any suggestions our patients may have. If you have any suggestions for us, please send us an e-mail at


Patients Belonging to a Registered Medical Aid Fund

  • Hospital tariffs are charged according to the benefit scale. Some medical aid funds do require their members to pay part of incurred costs.
  • We recommend that you get prior authorisation regarding:
    • Costs that will be covered
    • Authorisation regarding hospitalisation
    • Maximum benefits or exclusions which might be applicable
    • Benefit restrictions regarding prosthesis and instrumentation

Patients Not Belonging to a Medical Aid Fund

  • An advance payment equalling the estimated costs of your account will be payable on admission. Please contact the Hospital reception regarding any enquiries about your hospitalisation.
  • The Hospital account does not include any other incurred costs e.g. for services rendered by your doctor, anaesthetist, radiologist, pathologist, etc. Please contact the Hospital regarding advance payments prior to your admission.

Visitor Information

We welcome all of our patients` visitors, as we know what a difference the support of close family and friends can make.

In light of this, we also have to be aware of the rest that all of our patients require and we have thus provided for visitors to visit our hospitals only at certain designated times and these are:

  • 11:00 - 12:00 
  • 15:00 - 16:00
  • 19:15 - 20:15

Further to this, other rules apply with respect to visitors and these are:

  • Visitors are restricted to two per patient at a time. Children are welcome to visit in the General ward, Surgical and Medical wards, they must have an adult supervising them. No children under the age of twelve will be allowed to visit in the children`s ward.
  • In the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), we only allow two family members per patient.
  • In the High Care wards, two visitors per patient are allowed.

What not to bring

  • Jewellery, cell phones or other valuables
  • Firearms

What to bring

  • Your ID Document and Medical Aid Membership Card
  • Proof of Medical Aid Pre-Authorisation (where applicable)
  • Doctor`s letters, WCA forms, X Rays and other relevant items
  • Toiletries / pyjamas
  • Reading materials
  • Infants: Mothers are to provide feeds, sterile bottles and diapers