George hospital South Africa

George Regional Hospital is a secondary care/level 2 hospital in the Garden Route District.

George Hospital receives referrals from district hospitals and primary health care services, and supports district hospitals in outlying sub-districts, where they consult referred patients and train medical officers and professional nurses

George Regional Hospital receives referrals from district hospitals and primary health care services.

The hospital supports district hospitals in rural and outlying sub-districts, where they consult referred patients and train medical officers and professional nurses.

Owner of George hospital South Africa

Hospitals can be owned by various types of organizations, including private individuals, corporations, non-profit organizations, and government entities.

the South African Government
With his senior staff the versatile Michael Vonk, a counselling psychologist of the Health Professions Council of South Africa, has set a high standard of health care for the George Hospital which is owned by the South African Government and situated in the city of George.

In the case of a privately owned hospital, the owner can be an individual or a group of individuals who have invested in the hospital. They are responsible for the overall management and financial well-being of the hospital.

In the case of a non-profit hospital, the hospital is owned by a non-profit organization or charity. These hospitals are usually managed by a board of directors, who are responsible for making decisions about the hospital’s operations and finances.

George hospital doctors list

On this page you will find all the important information for George Hospital, such as: List of Doctors and Specialists, Contacts Information, Visiting Hours, how to apply for Vacancies, and more.

George hospital price list South Africa

Hospitals are typically required to provide patients with an estimate of the cost of their care upon request, and many hospitals have financial counselors who can help patients understand their insurance coverage and navigate the billing process.

Subsidised patients are any patients who are not classified as full-paying patients. They are categorised according to their ability to pay for health services. In practice, this means that a subsidised patient:
  • Is not externally funded, which means that no other fund or entity is required by law to pay their fees.

Patients are classified as single or family units for the purposes of placing them in income categories. A family unit includes a couple, a single parent, or a single person with a dependant. A widow or widower without dependants is a single unit rather than a family unit.

There are four income categories of patients:

> Less than R70 000 single income or R100 000 family income per year.
> From R70 000 to R100 000 single income or R250 000 to R350 000 family income per year.
> More than R250 000 single income or R350 000 family income per year.
You can download the UPFS Fee Schedule H1,H2 and UPFS Fee Schedule H3 for subsidised patients.

The UPFS Billing Procedure Schedules refer to categories of medical procedure in some instances, for example, for theatre procedures. Every medical procedure is assigned a cost code, A, B, C, D, or E which is a cost code, from A (least expensive) to E (most expensive).

So to find the fee for a particular procedure, you have to know what the cost code is for that procedure. The lists of all the procedures with their cost letter codes are in the Procedures Code BookOral Health Code Book. Radiology Code BookCosmetic Surgery Code Book and Nuclear Medicine Code Book.


Patients in this group receive most services free of charge. Patients must provide documentary evidence that they fall into this category. The default classification for someone without an income is H1, not H0. The following patients are categorised as H0:

  • Social pensioners who receive the following grants:
    • Old age.
    • Child support.
    • Veterans.
    • Care dependency.
    • Social relief of distress grant.
    • Disability grant.
    • Foster care.
    • Grant-in-aid
    • The formally unemployed, which means persons supported by the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) who can produce a formal document issued by the Department of Labour.

Patients who would normally be H0 patients but who are externally funded for certain treatment, are classified as full-paying, as are patients being treated by a private doctor in a government hospital.

Although patients classified as H0 get various services free of charge, the following are not free of charge for H0 patients:

  • Issuing medical reports and X-ray copies, and completion of certificates and forms.
  • Cosmetic surgery.
  • Contested fatherhood tests (paternity tests).
  • Immunisation for foreign travel.

The charges for these items are set out in the UPFS Fee Schedule for subsidised patients.


This is the default group for subsidised patients, which means you are classified as H1 unless there is information available which puts you in another category. Currently, only people with an income of less than R70 000 per year for a single person and R100 000 per year for a family unit fall in this category.

How much an H1 patient has to pay for different kinds of treatment is set out in the UPFS Fee Schedule for subsidised patients.

Remember you will need to refer to the Code Books to find the cost code (A, B, C, D) for medical procedures, as the schedule refers to these codes in setting the fees.

The H1 patient tariffs listed in UPFS Fee Schedule for subsidised patients are all inclusive. An all inclusive fee means that additional services such as X-ray are included in the in-patient or consultation fee with certain exceptions such as Dental Laboratory Items. The aforementioned is indicated on the UPFS Fee Schedule.

The fee for a bed in a ward (in-patient fee) is for every 30 days or part thereof. This means that the fee is the same if you spend 30 days in hospital or less than 30 days.


Currently people with an income of more than R70 000 but less than R250 000 per year for a single person and more than R100 000 but less than R350 000 per year for a family unit fall in this category.

For H2 patients, the fee for a bed in a ward (inpatient fee) is for every 12 hours or part thereof. The tariffs for H2 patients are set out in the UPFS Tariff Schedule for subsidised patients. If you move from one ward type to another eg a general to a high care ward during a 12-hour period, the higher fee applies ie high care ward fees.

Patients with an income greater than R250 000 per year for a single person and R350 000 per year for a family unit fall into this category. They are charged for services listed in the UPFS Fee Schedule. Patients in this category are partially subsidised with certain exceptions.


Certain patients maybe eligible to qualify for possible assistance with their unpaid fees. It remains the responsibility of the debtor, in order to be considerate for debt review, to submit the neccesarry documentation to the relevant hospital as required.

NB: For enquiries or assistance please contact the relevant hospital (head of fees/case manager).

Visiting Hours at George Hospital

Visiting Hours:

Patient visiting hours (Monday to Sunday) are from 15:00 to 16:00. Evening visits are between 19:00 and 20:00.

Visits on public holidays are from 15:00 to 16:30. Evening visits remain unchanged between 19:00 and 20:00.

George hospital consultation fee

To find out the consultation fee at a specific George hospital, you can contact the hospital’s billing department or patient services department directly Or websites. They should be able to provide you with information about the typical cost of a consultation with a doctor at the hospital, as well as information about whether or not the cost is covered by insurance.

Cost of IVF at George hospital South Africa

The cost of in vitro fertilization (IVF) can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the location of the clinic, the experience of the doctor, the specific treatments and procedures involved, and whether or not the patient has insurance coverage for fertility treatments. In general, the cost of a single cycle of IVF Cost of IVF at George hospital you may check to their special website.

How much does an IVF cost in SA?
Treatment such as artificial insemination costs approximately R5000 – R10000 per cycle and for IVF approximately R70 000 – R80 000 per cycle. We do not charge extra for ICSI. The cost will depend on the amount of medication used and whether additional procedures are necessary such as embryo biopsy or embryo freezing.

Additional costs that may be associated with IVF can include fees for medications, ultrasounds, blood tests, and other diagnostic procedures. Patients may also incur additional costs if they require multiple cycles of IVF or if they opt for additional treatments such as preimplantation genetic testing.

Applying for Vacancies at George Hospital

George Hospital employs Nurses, Doctors, Secretaries, Receptionists, Cleaners, and Admin Staff to fill vacant positions. If you would like to submit your CV, please visit the website, which is: , and navigate to careers or vacancies section.

George hospital South Africa contact number – George hospital telephone number

Street address:

Corner of Langenhoven Road and Davidson Road, George, Western Cape.
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For hospital reception, call 044 874 5122 or 044 802 4528.


See also  Alberton hospital South Africa

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