Western Cape Department of Health to Erect Health Facilities

Leonie Pretorius
18 April 2016

The Department of Transport and Public Works, commissioned by the Western Cape Department of Health, on Friday started its major project on the construction of three much-needed health facility in the Province.

 This includes the Stellenbosch Hospital and the Community day centre in Prince Alfred Hamlet and Wolseley in the Witzenberg municipality at a cost of R31million and R25 million.

 The construction projects will give effect to the Healthcare 2030 aim of providing high-quality health facilities at district hospitals and primary health care levels.

 The emergency centre at Stellenbosch Hospital includes the building of triage rooms, a triage waiting room, a new ambulance canopy, a new outpatient department, staff areas and stores.


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