2 Park St

Park St

Greyton

7233

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.051893

19.602044

Nieuwoudt St

Nieuwoudt St

Klawer

8145

Western Cape

South Africa

-31.772901

18.625076

22 Tinley St

Tinley St

Barrydale

6750

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.905181

20.7267309

167 Hospitaal St

Hospitaal St

Alexander Bay

8290

Northern Cape

South Africa

-28.611049

16.492271

346 Vaaltyn

Vaaltyn

Mahwelereng

0626

Limpopo

South Africa

196 Itekeng Dr

Itekeng Township

Itekeng Dr

Biesiesvlei

2755

North West

South Africa

-26.355915

25.914092

X16 PB

PB

Wolmaransstad

2630

North West

South Africa

Hofmeyer St

Hofmeyer St

Calvinia

8190

Northern Cape

South Africa

-31.46752

19.77319

909 Maikangwa St

Maikangwa St

Mmabatho

2737

North West

South Africa

-25.85298

25.6257

Moshate Rd

PO Koloti

Moshate Rd

Koloti

0709

Limpopo

South Africa

429 Private Bag

Private Bag

Jane Furse Hospital

1085

Limpopo

South Africa

Vhurivhuri Clinic

Thohoyandou

0950

Limpopo

South Africa

1 Zaaiplaats Rd

Zaaiplaats Rd

Groblersdal

0470

Limpopo

South Africa

37 Church St

Church St

Vredendal

8160

Western Cape

South Africa

-26.50924

29.9819

1 Clinic St

Clinic St

Campbell

8306

Northern Cape

South Africa

-28.798155

23.723211

Dwaalboom

Dwaalboom

Dwaalboom

Dwaalboom

0319

Limpopo

South Africa

PO Lesware

Polokwane

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

Moletjie

Manamela Village

Moletjie

Pietersburg

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

Ga-Mothiba

Maridishing Clinic

Ga-Mothiba

Pietersburg

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

1 Besembos St

Colridge

Besembos St

Vryburg

8601

North West

South Africa

-26.947963

24.713438

Government clinics

A government clinic is a health care facility owned by the government. It is primarily committed to the diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. This facility is owned and funded by the government. The patients either receive medical care free of charge or pay a subsidised amount. The cost is covered by the government through the public funds collected by the ‘tax man’. You will note that health clinics do not usually have patients staying over for a long period; once they are in need of such services they are quickly referred to the hospital.

The government clinics are administered through one of the government departments; Department of Health. The Department of Health is responsible for the public-sector healthcare. It strives to ensure that the government health facilities such as the clinics and hospitals offer the best health care services in order to improve the health of the South African residents thereby increasing the life expectancy as well as manage certain types of diseases and keep the death rate at a minimal level.

The government clinics and hospitals engage the services of well trained doctors, nurses as well as community workers. Most of the government clinics work with pregnant women before they are referred to the hospitals for complex birth situations. They assist the women throughout their journey through assessments and treatments. They also offer family planning services through the issuing of birth control pills, birth control injections and many more.
These medical clinics also engage in activities that assist the community to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

To find more about government clinics, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Government clinics

A government clinic is a health care facility owned by the government. It is primarily committed to the diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. This facility is owned and funded by the government. The patients either receive medical care free of charge or pay a subsidised amount. The cost is covered by the government through the public funds collected by the ‘tax man’. You will note that health clinics do not usually have patients staying over for a long period; once they are in need of such services they are quickly referred to the hospital.

The government clinics are administered through one of the government departments; Department of Health. The Department of Health is responsible for the public-sector healthcare. It strives to ensure that the government health facilities such as the clinics and hospitals offer the best health care services in order to improve the health of the South African residents thereby increasing the life expectancy as well as manage certain types of diseases and keep the death rate at a minimal level.

The government clinics and hospitals engage the services of well trained doctors, nurses as well as community workers. Most of the government clinics work with pregnant women before they are referred to the hospitals for complex birth situations. They assist the women throughout their journey through assessments and treatments. They also offer family planning services through the issuing of birth control pills, birth control injections and many more.
These medical clinics also engage in activities that assist the community to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

To find more about government clinics, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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