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Radiology

The Radiology Unit boasts high-end equipment that allows for a variety of testing to be done on site. The department is equipped with General Electric Healthcare’s latest equipment in Digital Radiography, Digital Screening, Multidetector, 128 slice CT, 1,5 Tesla MRI, Ultrasound, Bone Mineral Density and Digital Mammography.

Special mention is made to the Mammogram equipment which allows a specialist to take a breast biopsy by using three dimensional location. The radiology groups main aim is to provide accessible, cost-effective, comprehensive and value-added radiological services to patients and referring doctors.

Complimented by the latest cutting-edge technology, our patients are also received by friendly and highly qualified staff.

Tel: 013 590 9181

Email: kiaatxray@gmail.com

Pathology

Lancet Laboratories is one of the leading pathology laboratories operating throughout Africa, providing vital diagnostic and monitoring pathology services in, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Committed to providing diagnostic excellence, Lancet Laboratories is SANAS accredited, adhering to international criteria set out according to ISO Standard 15189.

With over 100 Specialist Pathologists, we provide a full Pathology service ranging from routine tests such as blood glucose to complex DNA testing.

We offer a 24 hour service in Kiaat hospital and you can find us on the ground floor.

Tel: 013 5909140

Pharmacy

Our pharmacy is open to patients in hospital as well as to the general public. Our friendly pharmacists are here to advise patients on the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines and medical devices.

Pharmacy Trading Hours:

7:30am – 22:00pm (Monday – Friday)

9:00am – 13:00pm (Saturday)

9:00am – 12:00pm (Sunday)

Intensive Care Unit

The 10 bedded ICU unit is staffed with highly skilled and specialised nursing staff, who constantly provide close supervision for patients requiring critical care treatment. The staff to patient ratio is higher in this ward, and the ward has access to advanced medical resources.

Contact: Sr Thembi Mahlangu

Tel: 013 590 9149

Email: tmahlangu@kiaathospital.com

Paediatric Care Unit

The 16 bedded Paediatric care Unit is complimented with paediatric experienced and trained nursing staff. Beside each Paediatric bed is a comfortable chair which converts into a bed for the benefit of the parent which by hospital policy may accompany their child during hospitalization. The Paediatric ward if further decorated in bright colours with images of our mascot animal, the African Giraffe.

Contact:

Tel: 013 590 9147

Email: paediatric@kiaathospital.com

Mother and Child Care Unit

Celebrate the birth of your baby in a peaceful environment supported by quality maternal care.

Our specialised midwives are here to support expecting families throughout the birthing experience. The maternity program is designed to provide families with emotional and physical support before, during and after the birth of your new born. Our maternity package includes a voucher for an antenatal class as well as a voucher to enjoy the experience of a 4D scan. Please inquire at reception as to how to obtain your vouchers once the bed booking process is completed. The best time to do the 4D scan is between 26 and 30 week of your pregnancy.

Contact:

Tel: 013 590 9151

Email: birth@kiaathospital.com

Medical Care Unit

This 36 bedded unit provides nursing care for conditions which are related to acute and chronic illnesses that do not necessarily require any surgery. The unit is also often the ward in which Intensive Care Unit patients are placed once they no longer require close monitoring or one-on-one care. This is an important step for an ICU patients recovery process. The unit is staffed with a lower patient to nurse ratio and focuses on internal illness and diseases. There is however the possibility that patients in this ward are co-managed by both a physician and surgeon simultaneously.

Contact: Mr Freddy Nyalunga

Tel: 013 590 9143

Email: medicalum@kiaathospital.com

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Kiaat Private Hospital’s technologically advanced Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is equipped to deal with any neonatal complication that may arise. This unit is supported by highly specialized and dedicated Pediatricians and highly trained nursing personnel. The unit is comprised of high care, intensive care, and special isolation beds.

24 Hour Emergency and Trauma Unit

Our facility also includes a 24 hour Emergency and Trauma Unit (ETU). The unit is managed by doctors and nursing specialists, specializing in emergency care. The unit consists of a fully equipped Resuscitation Room and Procedure Room to ensure that all medical and trauma emergencies can be managed.

The Emergency and Trauma Care Unit at Kiaat Private Hospital is managed by the ER Watch group under the leadership of Dr Eric Khumalo and Dr Chris Zungu.

Contact:

Tel: 013 590 9161

Email: emergency@kiaathospital.com

Contact ER Watch: 013 492 1313

Email ER Watch: info@erwatch.co.za

Operating Care Unit

Our Operating theatres are equipped with all the necessary equipment in a clean and sterile environment. Various surgical procedures can be performed including, Gynaecological, Orthopaedic, General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Ophthamlology and Urological. The theatre includes a pre-op area where patients are received as well as a recovery area, where patients are monitored after receiving anaesthesia. Kiaat Private Hospital offer 4 fully equipped operating theatres, supported by theatre trained nurses, specialist surgeons and anaesthetists.

Contact: Sr Phillipa Bezuidenhout

Tel: 013 590 9162

Email: theatreum@kiaathospital.com

Surgical Care Unit

The Surgical Care Unit provides special care for patients who have undergone a surgical procedure in the operating theatre, either as an elective procedure or as an emergency procedure. The nurses staffed in this ward, are skilled in pre-operative procedures to ensure that patients are prepared for their surgical procedure. They also place emphasis on post-operative care and on the patients recovery from anesthesia as well as post-op wound after care. The unit consists of 20 beds and allows for long stay as well as day cases.

Contact: Sr Violet Ramoshaba

Tel: 013 590 9142

Email: violet@kiaathospital.com

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