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A way of life

Life Rosepark 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 caliber healthcare professionals and excellent facilities.

We believe delivery of world class healthcare is achieved through a combination of unparalleled quality and clinical 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 Rosepark 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 and helps us to maintain our position as one of the top hospitals in the country.

Contact us

Physical address

57 Gustav Crescent
Fichardt park

Postal address

P O Box 3268

Telephone 051 505 5111
Fax 051 522 0977
Map Life Rosepark Hospital


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

Position Name
Hospital Manager Hein Rossouw
Nursing Manager Eunice Schulenburg
Finance & Admin Manager Charmaine Korff
Technical Manager Riaan Barnard
Pharmacy Manager Lorinda Cloete
Human Resources Manager Elsabe Oberholzer
Marketing and Communications Manager Hannika Struwig

Our team

At Life Rosepark 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 Rosepark Hospital staff participate in ongoing quality training `Q to the power of e`. 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 Rosepark Hospital reflects the high standards of health and care we set out to deliver.

The care delivered at Life Rosepark 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

Our modern, sophisticated facilities include:

  • 251 beds and 10 theatres, of which six have laminar flow
  • An orthopaedic unit is committed to specialised surgery, including the treatment of foot, knee, back and joint replacements
  • A 16 bed day ward
  • A neurosurgery unit where our team deals with delicate neurosurgical procedures
  • A 8 bed neurosurgery ICU
  • A 4 bed neurosurgery high care unit
  • An endoscope unit
  • A 24-hour accident & emergency unit manned by a multi-disciplinary team trained to handle any emergency situation, with the latest medical technology at their disposal
  • A 11 bed general intensive care unit, equipped with leading diagnostic and monitoring facilities
  • Cardio unit including a cardio ICU, cardio ward and catheterisation lab
  • Oncology, medical, children and general surgery ward
  • An obstetric and gynaecology unit which is involved in more than 1,000 deliveries each year. The unit is supported by:
    • A 15 bed maternity unit with well-appointed wards and video security facilities
    • A 14 bed neonatal and paediatric intensive care unit complete with state-of-the-art monitoring and life support equipment dedicated to the treatment of premature babies and critically-ill children up to the age of 12 years
  • A radiology facility, with a comprehensive range of sophisticated diagnostic equipment including:
    • Nuclear medicine
    • CT scanner
    • MRI scanner and X-rays

Life Renal Dialysis Unit

  • Chronic intermittent haemodialysis
  • Acute dialysis
  • Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT); and
  • Slow continuous therapies (SLED)
  • Peritoneal dialysis

Little Life

  • A 15 bed maternity unit with well-appointed wards, individualised security system and 3D-sonar facilities
  • A 14 bed neonatal and paediatric intensive care unit complete with state-of-the-art monitoring and life support equipment dedicated to the treatment of premature babies and critically-ill children up to the age of 12 years
  • A children’s ward complete with playroom, physiotherapy rooms, isolation ward and rooms where parents can stay over with their children
  • A baby clinic which delivers a comprehensive support system to moms and babies (including antenatal classes)

Visit to make use of practical tools such as an Ovulation- and Due Date Calendar and our Names for Life tool. You can also share your new Little Life with family and friends, near and far, through the Baby Pictures facility.

Medical and surgical disciplines

  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Cardio procedures and surgery
  • Cardiothoracic surgery
  • Endoscopic surgery
  • Endocrinology
  • ENT
  • Gastro-enterology
  • General surgery
  • Internal medicine
  • Maxillo facial surgery
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Oncology
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Paediatric cardio procedures and surgery
  • Paediatric pulmonologist
  • Paediatric surgery
  • Radiology including nuclear medicine
  • Reconstructive and plastic surgery
  • Renal Dialysis unit
  • Urology

Ancillary services:

  • 24 hour Trauma and Emergency unit - 0800 22 22 22
  • Bariatric surgery support group
  • Clinical technologist
  • Dentists - 24hour emergency dental care - 071 878 7443
  • Diabetic clinic
  • Dieticians
  • Mother and baby clinic
  • Pain clinic
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Trauma counselling on request
  • Wound care clinic

Supporting doctors

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

Our team of doctors is 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 categorized in accordance to their specialty. They are contactable Monday to Friday, between 09:00 and 17:00.

Name Contact number

Dr Haumann & Vennote 051 444 3171
Skoltramed Anaesthetists 051 525 2711

Dr GJ Visagie 051 522 2933
Dr M Oosthuysen 051 522 8889

Cardiothoracic surgeon(s)
Dr J Jordaan 087 630 0598

Dr L Bester 051 522 6818
Dr L Bester Jnr 051 522 6818
Dr R Bester 051 522 6818
Dr SJ Coetzee 051 522 6818

Dr MP Jacobs 051 522 3103

Ear, nose & throat surgeon(s)
Dr JB Hough 051 522 6318

Dr W de Lange 051 522 0782

General surgeon(s)
Dr C Troskie 051 522 0345
Dr FJJ van der Watt 051 522 8522
Dr JB Fichardt 051 522 8522
Dr Rachel de Bruin 051 522 0345

Dr G van der Spoel 051 502 1400
Dr J de Beer 051 111 0050
Dr J Smith 051 522 6977
Dr MS Pretorius 051 522 2266
Dr TI Khoale 051 447 3068 / 051 447 3066

Dr E Bezuidenhout 051 505 5531

Dr N Auths 051 522 9783
Dr WS van Niekerk 051 522 6996 / 051 522 6997

Dr D Hugo 051 522 3510 / 051 522 3127
Dr P Lewis 051 522 0076

Orthopaedic surgeon(s)
Dr E Visser (hands) 051 522 8731 / 051 525 2842
Dr FP du Plessis 051 522 0606
Dr G Nel 051 522 5806
Dr GJ Greeff 051 522 2316
Dr J Kruger 051 522 8731
Dr K Smit (pediatric) 051 525 2659
Dr P Erasmus 051 522 4221
Dr P van Aardt (spinal) 051 444 4783

Dr CF Beyers 051 522 6796 / 051 522 6797
Dr E Murphy 051 522 6796 / 051 522 6797
Dr G Reyneke 051 522 6796 / 051 522 6797
Dr H Snyman 051 522 6796 / 051 522 6797

Dr FCJ Bester 051 522 1907 / 051 522 1909
Dr FJ Bosch 051 522 1907 / 051 522 1909
Dr GJ Gibson 051 522 9779 / 051 522 9752

Plastic and reconstructive surgeon(s)
Dr ETP Van der Walt 051 522 3661

Radiation oncologist(s)
Dr B Green 051 525 2080 / 051 525 2054
Dr CL Nel 051 525 2080 / 051 525 2054
Dr EA Lion-Cachet 051 525 2080 / 051 525 2054
Dr T Erasmus 051 525 2080 / 051 525 2054

Drs Spies and partners Inc 051 522 1966 / 051 522 1963

Dr A Pietersen 051 522 0958
Dr F Claasen 051 522 5176
Dr P Cronjè 051 522 1562

Patient and visitor information

It is a privilege to care and support you with top quality medical care. A highly qualified medical team of doctors, nursing, paramedical and administrative staff, are working together to make your recovery speedy and comfortable.

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


The Hospital provides beds for day patients, private rooms, general wards, high and intensive care units. Each bed is equipped with a buzzer that can be used to call nursing staff.


Patients are discharged by their treating physician or doctor during his / her rounds of the wards. Kindly make the necessary travel arrangements, should you be discharged on the same day that you received anesthesia. Please make sure that you take all your possessions with you, including your x-rays, home medication and personal items.

Financial Information

We kindly request that you obtain conformation on the following from your medical aid:

  • medical costs covered;
  • authorisation for hospitalisation;
  • maximum benefits or exclusions which may be applicable;
  • benefit restrictions, regarding prosthesis and instrumentation.

Certain medical aid funds require their members to pay a percentage of the incurred costs. It is however important to bare in mind that the account remains the patient`s responsibility, and is payable within 30 days of discharge. If you are uncertain of any financial aspects of your medical aid, please consult one of our case coordinators. The ward secretary can arrange a visit by a case coordinator.

We request private patients to pay an amount equal to the estimated cost of the total account upon admission. The outstanding balance, if any, is payable upon discharge. It is however, important to keep in mind that the hospital account does not include any other incurred costs, e.g. services rendered by your doctor, anesthetist, radiologist, pathologist, etc.

Please contact the hospital regarding advance payments prior to your admission.

Accommodation tariffs
Admittance before 12h00 Full daily rate
Admittance after 12h00 Half the daily rate

On the day of discharge
Discharged before 12h00 Half the daily rate
Discharged after 12h00 Full daily rate

*The above-mentioned do not apply to obstetric cases or medical aid funds with alternative fee structures.

Patients younger than 18 years must be accompanied by an adult on admission and discharge. The parent or guardian is requested to give written consent for the admission of anaesthetic, as well as take responsibility for the account prior to admission.

Service monitoring

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

Visiting times

Bed rest and a quiet hospital environment is vital for healing,to facilitate a patients healing and recovery, we believe in integrating their loved ones into their day and we know what a difference the support, care and love of close family and friends can make..

However, in the interest of our patients wellbeing and the must needed rest that all of our patients require, we do enforce visiting times, limitations to the number of visitors per patient and age restriction regulations for children. Children who are older than 12 years of age and in good health are welcome to visit. We encourage younger children to wait in the reception area, supervised by an adult.

Please note that visiting times of individual wards or ICU’s might differ. The visiting times for units and wards are as follow:


(Medical / Orthopaedic / Gynaecology / Neurology / Cardiology / Oncology / Surgical)

  • Early mornings: 07h00 – 07h30 (only for a quick greet before work)
  • Mornings:   10h30 – 11h30
  • Afternoons:   15h00 – 16h00
  • Evenings:   19h00 – 20h00
  • No children are allowed in the Oncology Ward


  • Mornings: 11h00 – 12h00
  • Afternoons: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Evenings: 19h00 – 20h00
  • No children under the age of 12 allowed


  • Mornings: 11h00 – 12h00
  • Afternoons: 16h00 – 17h00
  • Evenings: 19h00 – 20h00
  • No children under the age of 12 allowed


  • Parents: 10h00 – 17h00 and 20h00 – 22h00
  • Grandparents: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Siblings: Sundays 15h00 – 16h00
  • Only two visitors at a time
  • We discourage visiting by anyone who is ill, or who has been exposed to illness in the past two weeks. Parents who are ill must inform staff and will be provided with the necessary infection prevention dress-code


  • Parents: 10h00 – 17h00 and 20h00 - 22h00
  • Grandparents and Siblings: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Only two visitors at a time. No other visitors are permitted.
  • We discourage visiting by anyone who is ill, or who has been exposed to illness in the past two weeks. Parents who are ill must inform staff and will be provided with the necessary infection prevention dress-code.


  • Husband / Partner / Siblings: 10h00 – 20h00, except during the rest period from 13h00 – 15h00.
  • Grandparents: 11h00 – 12h00 except for the first day where they may visit between 10h00 – 20h00 with discretion of the unit manager or sister-in-charge.
  • Family and friends: 15h00 – 16h00 and 19h00 – 20h00


  • Afternoons: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Evenings: 19h00 – 20h00
  • Parents and grandparents: open visiting time.
  • Only two visitors at a time.
  • Only one parent may stay overnight after 20h00.
  • No children or siblings under the age of 12 are allowed in the ward or ward play area.


  • Maximum of two visitors at a time for no more than 30 minutes.
  • One family member or friend may stay with the patient during the day.


  • No visitors are allowed in the Renal Unit due to high infection risks for our patients.


  • We kindly request that you please adhere to these times when visiting a patient as there are quite some activities taking place in a ward or unit such as physiotherapy, X-rays, sonars, doctor rounds and various other diagnostic and clinical procedures
  • A patients visitors may be asked to leave the bedside when procedures are carried out in the room, a patient in a shared room requires immediate lifesaving measures (e.g. resuscitation) or a sensitive/private discussion needs to occur. We appreciate your understanding in this regard.
  • We ask that visitors respect other patients in the same room and their families. No cellular phones are allowed except if it is placed on mute. No loud cellular phone conversations are allowed in the corridor of the department.
  • A maximum of two visitors per patient (for all departments) is enforced to allow for the privacy of our patients as well as for noise reduction.
  • Families are also asked to work together with the staff so that their presence does not limit staff access to the patient at any time.
  • Family may enquire at the Registered Nurse in charge of the department for a quick visit to a patient directly after a theatre procedure.
  • All visitors are required to kindly report at the department reception first when visiting outside of the stipulated visiting hours.
  • All visitors and family members must be free of communicable diseases and must respect the hospital’s infection control policies.
  • Disruptive behaviour and unsafe practices from visitors are not acceptable. These situations, although rare, will be addressed directly and promptly.
  • Primarily, we need our patients to rest and get well. A noisy environment is not conductive for the healing process. Please be considered and keep your voices low, no screaming or loud talking, no children playing in the corridors etc.


Generally when an adult or child needs emergency care, family members are present at the onset of the emergency, and they identify the need for emergency care for the loved one. They are key informants for emergency care personnel and are present during the initiation of care and even the onset of resuscitation if it begins outside the hospital.

However, the event may be too traumatic for the family; clinical care may be impeded; family members might become too emotional or out of control; emergency department rooms are too crowded; staff are focused on the patient and may not be available to assist family members.

Therefore, only one family member will be allowed with the patient next to the bedside. A patient’s visitor may be asked to leave the bedside when procedures are carried out. Feedback will be given to the family as soon as possible by the staff.

We thank you for your cooperation. Please be assured that we only have the best interest of your loved one in mind. You are our "partner in care!”