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Netcare Montana Hospital

Netcare Montana Hospital


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Netcare Montana Hospital is a member of the award winning Netcare Limited Group that currently operates 52 private hospital facilities in South Africa. This 212 bed facility is committed to consistently offering world class healthcare services with the aid of state-of-the-art medical technology that is operated by experienced medical practitioners and nursing employees.

At Netcare Montana Hospital we subscribe to the group’s core values of Care, Passion, Truth, Participation and Dignity. We participate as a passionate team of healthcare experts by combining our commitment to offer exceptional care to the patients while respecting their human dignity in a truthful manner.

Our Team
At Netcare Montana Hospital, we appreciate that we serve the community whose expectations of private healthcare are understandably high. For this reason, our team pledges to provide excellent and personable services to every patient who entrusts his/her health to our hospital. Our team is made-up of highly skilled and trained healthcare practitioners who focus on making your patient journey safe, friendly and professional. This is accomplished by our team’s commitment to constantly improve patient satisfaction levels through ethical and dignified nursing and doctor care.

Our Facilities

Netcare Montana Hospital has become a renowned healthcare institution due to its impressive array of facilities that are in place to assist in preventative and maintenance medicine. These facilities include the following:

  • 212 registered beds
  • 6 state-of-the-art theatres
  • 1 catheterisation laboratory:
  • 2 fully equipped delivery rooms
  • 23 bed paediatric unit
  • 13 bed maternity unit
  • 8 bed neonatal intensive care unit
  • 19 bed adult intensive care unit
  • 24 hour trauma and emergency unit
  • Pathology facilities: Ampath Laboratories and Lancet Laboratories
  • Radiology facilities: Dr Scholtz and Partners
  • Onsite helipad
  • National Renal Care

Medical Disciplines and Support Services
Netcare Montana Hospital has over 20 consultation rooms where specialists from various disciplines offer patients onsite care. The following medical and surgical disciplines are available at the hospital:

  • Cardio and thoracic surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Dermatology
  • Dietetics
  • Ear, nose and throat surgery
  • General surgery
  • Internal medicine
  • Maxilo-facial and oral surgery
  • National Renal Care
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Oncology
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Paediatric neurology
  • Paediatrics
  • Pathology
  • Plastic surgery
  • Prosthodondistry
  • Psychiatr
  • Radiology
  • Stork’s Nest Clinic
  • Urology
  • Vascular surgery

Supporting Doctors and Services

The doctors listed below are private practitioners and hence they do not have any direct association with Netcare Montana Hospital. Please enquire about their rates and fees directly with the practice.
It is preferred practice to be referred by your general practitioner or family doctor on making an appointment with a specialist.

Cardiology

Dr M. Milela

Block G, Room 5

+27 (0) 12 548 7263

Dr R. Zeelie

Block G, Room 14

+27 (0) 12 548 4528

Cardio and thoracic surgery

Dr W. Roos

Block G, Room 7

+27 (0) 12 548 0714

Dermatology

Dr K. Sevior

Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Dietetics

Mrs L. Grobbelaar

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Mrs E. Janse van Rensburg

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Ear, nose and throat surgery

Dr R. Allden

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Dr C. Meyer

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Dr P. Viljoen

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

General surgery

Dr A. Marx

Room 19

+27 (0)12 548 5407

Dr J. Mentz

Room 17

+27 (0)12 548 6830

Dr J. Van Beljon

Room 2

+27 (0)12 548 7272

Maxilio-facial and oral surgery

Prof F. Jacobs

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

National Renal Care


Room 23

+27 (0) 12 548 7468

Nephrology

Dr B. Mashiloane

Block G, Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3154

Neurology

Dr D. Manyane

Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Neurosurgery

Dr H. Kruger

Block G, Room 1

+27 (0)12 548 5468

Dr M. Mkhonza

No rooms – on call doctor

TBC

Nuclear Medicine


Room 7

+27 (0)12 523 3109

Obstetrics and gynaecology

Dr L. Jacobs

Room 4

+27 (0)12 548 7416

Dr E. Mnisi

Room 18

+27 (0)12 524 3644

Dr H. Nel

Room 21

+27 (0)12 343 2290 / 1

Dr G. v.d. Westhuizen

Room 11

+27 (0)12 548 4273

Oncology

Dr S. Bassa

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Dr M. Soares

Room 5

+27 (0) 12 523 3255 / 77

Orthopaedic surgery

Dr P. Coertze

Room 6

+27 (0)12 548 9842

Dr E. Maritz

Room 11

+27 (0)12 548 6267

Dr H.SENSKE

Room 13

+27 (0)12 548 1456

Dr F. Sprong

Block G, Room 8

+27 (0)12 523 3152

Dr F. Theron

Block G, Room 4

+27 (0)12 753 6670

Paediatric neurology

Dr I. Pretorius

Block G, Room 3

+27 (0)12 548 6675

Pathology

Ampath Laboratories

Room 26

+27 (0)12 548 5169

Lancet Laboratories

Room 20

+27 (0)12 548 6013

Paediatrics

Dr A. Allden

Room 3

+27 (0)12 548 2327

Dr H. Brozio

Block G, Room 3

+27 (0)12 546 0785

Dr A. Burger

Block G, Room 3

+27 (0)12 548 7120

Physicians in internal medicine

Dr L. Hardy

Room 12

+27 (0)12 548 9904

Dr S. Johnson-Loots

Room 22

+27 (0)12 548 5409

Dr J. Koning

Room 27

+27 (0)12 548 5806 / 10

Dr H. Nieman

Room 27

+27 (0)12 548 5806 / 10

Dr R. van Tonder

Room 25

+27 (0)12 548 5806 / 10

Plastic surgery

Prof P. Coetzee

Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Dr E. Eksteen

Block G, Room 6

+27 (0)12 548 6601 / 67

Prosthodondistry

Dr V. Bookhan

Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Psychiatry

Dr P. von Brandis-Martini

Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Radiology

Dr Scholtz and Partners

Room 14

+27 (0)12 548 0987

Stork’s Nest Clinic


Room 5

+27 (0)12 523 3255 / 77

Urology

Dr Botha

Room 1

+27 (0)12 548 5753

Vascular surgery

Dr L. Tudhope

Room 8

+27 (0)12 548 9499


Maternity Facilities
We at Netcare Montana Hospital wish to congratulate you on the impending birth of your precious baby. Our team of healthcare practitioners and nurses are dedicated in making your journey into parenthood as enjoyable and stress free as possible. This is why we strive to live by the values of Care, Passion, Truth, Participation and Dignity with every patient, including that of you and your unborn baby. The information below will allow you to better understand the maternity journey you are about to embark on.

Facilities and services
The maternity ward is a 13 bed ward that has restricted access to ensure the safety of you and your baby. Accommodation is dependent on the level of privacy your request as there are private rooms and 4-bedded general wards. In addition, each room has a colour television and a nurse paging system that will ensure optimal care.

Booking your bed at the Preadmission Clinic
To ensure that the day you deliver your baby is as tranquil as possible, we ask that you pre-book your bed at your earliest preference at the Preadmission clinic (at Hospital Reception). By paying the booking fee, you will be provided with a Z-number and booking fee receipt. By pre-booking your bed, you will be able to attend our Birth Preparation Classes for free. These classes will ensure that you have peace-of-mind as to what to expect during your pregnancy.

We kindly ask that you verify the maternity benefits offered by your medical aid prior to pre-booking your bed.

Birth Preparation Classes at Netcare Montana Hospital
Netcare Montana Hospital offers Birth Preparation Classes for expectant mothers and their partners. Each class is presented by a Stork’s Nest midwife who will discuss the following topics with you:

  • What to expect when expecting: Helps new parents to understand what to expect during the pregnancy, labour and the birth of the baby.
  • Eating for two: Helps the mother to understand the role of nutrition when it comes to optimising the baby’s growth.
  • Tour of the maternity ward: Helps the mother and her partner assess if our facility meets her expectations.

Attend our Birth Preparation Classes by contacting Christina Moutinho on +27(0) 12 523 3008.

4 D sonar scan
Our midwife from the Stork’s Nest Clinic offers a free 4D sonar scan to all mothers who have pre-booked their bed for the birth of their respective babies. To book your sonar scan, ensure that you visit the maternity ward during your 26th to 32nd week of pregnancy. Be sure to take your Z-number and booking fee receipt with you.

In preparation: What to pack?
It is advisable that you pack your bag by 36 weeks in case you go into early labour. For your convenience, here is a list of items you will need for you and your baby.

For mother:
  • 2 sleepwear sets with front-opening for easy breastfeeding
  • Dressing gown
  • Comfortable going home clothes
  • Underwear
  • Breastfeeding bras
  • Slippers
  • Toiletries
  • Nipple cream
  • 24 maternity sanitary pads
  • 15 linen savers
  • Camera
For baby:
  • Aqueous cream
  • Bum cream
  • Top-to-toe baby wash
  • 50 g cotton wool balls
  • 100 ml surgical spirits
  • 5 baby grow outfits
  • 5 inner vests
  • 3 baby wraps
  • 1 baby blanket
  • 2 250 ml bottles (if not breastfeeding)
  • Formula milk (if not breastfeeding)
  • Car seat for going home

Premature births
Neonatal ICU is an 8 bed ward that was built and opened in July 2012 with state-of-the-art medical equipment that will assist in improving the health of your premature baby. Rest assured as we understand that this is a traumatic and emotionally draining experience, therefore your baby will be provided with a dedicated nurse who will care for your baby and provide you will support every step of the way.

Visiting hours
We appreciate that this is an exciting time for your family and friend but it is can also become rather overwhelming and tiring For this reason, we ask that you communicate to your family and friends that they will only be allowed to visit during the following times:

11:00 to 11:30
15:00 to 16:00
19:15 to 20:00

For optimal nursing care, the father will only be allowed to visit the mother and baby between 8:00 and 20:00.

To safeguard your baby’s security, the visiting policy in our maternity ward is restricted and controlled by a security guard who is stationed at the entrance / exit of the ward. To protect the health of your newborn baby, please note that children under the age of 12 will not be allowed to enter the maternity ward.

Paediatric Facilities
We understand that having your child admitted to the hospital can be stressful and sometimes a frightening experience. In order to make it as comfortable as possible, we ask that you read the information below.

Facilities and services
This 23 bed unit offers a range of accommodation options for you and your child. Depending on your requirements, you may choose to either:

  • Multiple bedded room: These rooms have more than one bed / cot; therefore your child will be sharing the room with other children.
  • Mother and child room: We have a limited amount of private rooms available that allow one parent / legal guardian to room-in with the child. These rooms are available at an additional cost, which is not covered by medical aids. While using the rooming-in option, you will be provided with a bed to sleep in as well as 3 meals per day and refreshments. Enquire at Hospital Reception or in the Paediatric Ward if you wish to make use of this option.
  • Gastro-isolation room: This room is allocated to your child should he / she be diagnosed with Gastroenteritis (i.e., commonly known as Gastro).
  • Neurological observation room: Your child will be admitted into this room when your child’s paediatrician specifically needs to observe and investigate your child’s neurological symptoms with the aid of medically advanced camera that is fitted into the room.

In preparation: What to pack?
When preparing to admit your child into the paediatric ward, we advise that you pack the following items to ensure that your child has a comfortable stay with us:

  • Disposable nappies (if using)
  • Wet wipes
  • Toiletries
  • 2 sets of clean clothes per day
  • 1 comfort toy or blanket

Dietary needs
The onsite kitchen has gone to great lengths to design a creative and innovative menu that will ensure your child is nutrionally looked after. The reason for this is that we believe that nutrition plays an important role in making your child healthier. If you have any special dietary requirements for your child, feel free to inform the nurse in charge of your child’s care.

Security for children
The security and welfare your child is of upmost importance. For this reason, the entrance / exit of the paediatric ward is access controlled by the paediatric personnel. That is to say, when a child is admitted, both the parents / legal guardian(s) are issued with a security bracelet. To enter the ward, this bracelet must be shown to the security and / or nursing personnel. We suggest that you attach the bracelet onto your car keys so that you are ensured that it is on your person at all times. Failure to show the bracelet will prevent you from having access to your child. Upon discharge, you will be requested to return the bracelet to the unit manager of the paediatric ward.

This safety measure is strictly implemented to provide you peace-of-mind that your child’s safety and security is a priority to us.

Visiting hours for parents / legal guardians
If your child is admitted into a multiple bedded room, you will be allowed to visit your child from 7:00 to 22:00. Thereafter, we will request that you put your child to sleep and leave the ward. We recommend that you make use of this time away from your child (i.e., 21:59 to 6:59) to rest and look after yourself.

Please be aware that you may be asked to leave your child’s bedside so that nursing care and / or other healthcare procedures may take place. We ask that you assist us in this as it can be very traumatic if your child sees you upset or traumatised by what is happening.

Naptime occurs daily in the paediatric ward between 13:00 to 15:00. During this time, the lights are switched off to allow your child to sleep soundly.

Visiting hours for family and friends
In order to reduce the possibility of cross-infection, we kindly ask that you inform your family and friends of the visiting hours in the paediatric ward, which are as follows:

11:00 to 11:30
15:00 to 16:00
19:15 to 20:00

To protect the health of your child, please note that children under the age of 12 will not be allowed to enter the paediatric ward.

Patient Information
In order to ensure that your stay at Netcare Montana Hospital is as pleasurable and stress free as possible, please ensure that you familiarise yourself with the information below.

Preadmission clinic
A preadmission should be carried out at least 48 hours prior to admission so that when you arrive on the day of admission, your length of time at Hospital Reception is stress free and kept to a minimum. The preadmission forms are available directly from your specialist or from the Preadmission clinic at Hospital Reception. Upon completing these forms, we ask that you hand it over to the Preadmission clerks in the Preadmission clinic. Please be sure to have you Identity Document with you when handing in the forms.

Alternatively, you may complete the pre-admission forms online by visiting the Online Pre-admission Service.

Accommodation
Accommodation at Netcare Montana Hospital includes the following:

General wards: Private rooms and rooms with multiple beds
Maternity ward: Private rooms and rooms with multiple beds
Paediatric ward: Mother and child rooms as well as rooms with multiple beds

Surgical and theatre patients
Unless stated otherwise by your doctor, we request that you do not eat or drink anything for at least six hours before admission. Please consult your doctor in this regard as each doctor will have his / her own guidelines to this rule.

If you are feeling unwell or have a cold, fever or rash, please contact your doctor as he / she may need to postpones your operation.

Please be advised that the time you are asked to report to admission at Hospital Reception may differ from the time your operation takes place. This is done to facilitate the time allocation for the theatres and to accommodate emergency cases. To avoid frustration, please do bring something (e.g., a book or magazine) to keep yourself busy while you wait.

Cellphones, radios and other valuables
We wish to discourage you from have any personal belongings (e.g., laptops, cellphones, jewellery and large amounts of money) with you while admitted to the hospital. However, if you insist on having such items on your person, we suggest you make use of the security safe that is available on request from Hospital Reception. Should you wish to make use of this service, please ask the receptionist on admission or the unit manager of the ward to assist you.

Whilst every effort is in place to safeguard your valuables, Netcare Montana Hospital cannot be held liable for items that are lost / misplaced during your stay with us.

Coffee shop: Café Prima Vera
Netcare Montana Hospital has an onsite coffee shop (i.e., Café Prima Vera) that is located at the main entrance of the hospital. For your convenience, this coffee shop offers sit down meals as well as takeaways. For more information, please phone +27 (0) 12 523 3093.

Service monitoring
In order to ensure that we offer healthcare services that are on par with international standards, we make use of an electronic grading system that monitors your level of satisfaction during your stay with us. The information obtained is used by Hospital Management as an input to continually improve our services to you.

For further information, please contact Christina Moutinho at +27 (0) 12 523 3008.

Visitor Information
Visitors play a pivotal role in supporting patients on their road to recovering their health; therefore we welcome friends and family to make use of the visiting hours as shown below:

11:00 to 11:30
15:00 to 16:00
19:15 to 20:00

As much as we respect your role as a visitor, we ask that you adhere to the following rules:

  • Three visitors per patient in the maternity ward and the general wards
  • Two visitors per patient in the high care ward and the Intensive Care Units.
  • Only the baby’s parents will be permitted to visit their baby in Neonatal ICU.
  • Children under the age of 12 will not be permitted to enter the maternity ward or any of Intensive Care Units.

For more information on Netcare Montana Hospital, please feel free to contact Christina Moutinho on +27 (0) 12 523 3008 at your preference.







PHYSICAL ADDRESS

Cnr Dr Swanepoel &
Rooibos Streets
Montana Park

Pretoria
0159
Tel: +27 (0) 12 523 3000

POSTAL ADDRESS

PO Box 3115
Montana Park
South Africa
0159
VISITING HOURS
11h00-11h30
15h00-16h00
19h15-20h00
PHARMACY
Tel: +27 (0) 12 548 4642
Fax: +27 (0) 12 548 4645

TRADING HOURS
Mon-Fri: 8:00 to 20:45
Sat: 8:00 to 20:45
Sun and Public holidays:
9:00 to 18:45
HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT

Hospital Manager
Daan Slabbert
(012) 523-3001
daan.slabbert@netcare.co.za

Nursing Manager
Reenadevi Dhilraj
(012) 523-3007
reenadevi.dhilraj@netcare.co.za

Deputy Nursing Manager
Sunel Barnard
(012) 523 3164
sunel.barnard@netcare.co.za

Financial Manager
Willi Endres
(012) 523-3004
willi.endres@netcare.co.za

Pharmacy Manager
Rian Bosman
(012) 523-3101
rian.bosman@netcare.co.za

Human Resource Manager
Sebolelo Mabena
(012) 523 3095 sebolelo.mabena@netcare.co.za

Technical Service Manager
Herman Esternhuizen
(012) 523-3060
herman.esternhuizen@netcare.co.za



Suggestions/Complaints/Compliments

Hospital customer care team
E-mail:
CustomerCareMontana@netcare.co.za
Central customer service centre
E-mail:
Customer.service@netcare.co.za



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