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PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES AND FACILITIES

PHC services are aimed at promoting health, preventing illness, curing diseases and, where the need arises, referring a patient to a hospital. The services are provided at clinics, community health centres and district hospitals in the Tshwane area.

Primary health care clinic operations

Primary Health Care (PHC) services are rendered to the residents of Tshwane at 24 fixed facilities, 1 satellite and 2 mobile clinics.

  • The full PHC package is rendered in all the clinics – ART and ARV rollout in 16 out of the 24 facilities.
  • Services are available from Monday to Friday from 07:30 to 16:00.
  • Service hours are extended on Saturdays from 08:00 to 13:00 in 13 of the 24 facilities.

 

CLINIC ADDRESS CONTACT NUMBER
Rosslyn Clinic (Next to Police Station)
Piet Rautenbach St, Rosslyn
012 358 9548
Karenpark Clinic            Cnr Heinrich & Eerste Ave,
Karenpark
012 358-9555
Doornpoort Clinic       Cnr Dr vd Merwe & Cottonwood St, Doornpoort 082 657 7168

FF Ribeiro Clinic Cnr Madiba & Sisulu St, Pretoria 012 358 8756
Lotus Gardens Clinic Cnr Bergamont & Anthesis St, Lotus Gardens 012 358 2141 
Atteridgeville Clinic Ramohoeba Square, Mareka St, Atteridgeville 012 358 3923
Saulsville Clinic 33 Sekhu St, Saulsville 012 358 3362 / 57 /59 /44
Gazankulu Clinic

Cnr Makaza & Mpalane St., Saulsville

 

012 375 7392
Phomolong Clinic Cnr 18th & Schurveberg St,  Atteridgeville 012 358 0717 / 9989
Folang Clinic

157 Eskia Mphahlele Drive, Pretoria

 

012 358 0235 / 0274 / 0338 / 0480 (TB)

Danville Clinic

 

10 Trans Oranje Road, Danville 012 358 7418 7423 / 21 / 70
Hercules Clinic

Cnro Taljaard & Ribbon St, Hercules 012 358 1787 / 84
Lyttelton Clinic          

Cnr Basden & Rabie St, Lyttelton 012 358 1678
/ 3289 / 3480 /3745 / 3513
Eldoraigne Clinic     

Cnr Alan & Saxby Ave, Eldoraigne 012 358 1272 / 96
Rooihuiskraal Clinic

Tiptolhoekie, Library Building, Rooihuiskraal 012 358 0101 / 00
Pierre van Ryneveld Satellite Fouche St, Library Building, Pierre van Ryneveld 012 358 3852 /3
Olievenhoutbosch Clinic   Cnr Legong & Rethabile St,
Olievenhoutbosch X13

012 358 3381 / 67 /

TB: 3525  

Laudium Clinic   

Cnr 6th St & Tangerine Ave, Laudium 012 358 3503 / 22 / 06
TB: 3525
East Lynne Clinic Pieter Crynauw Centre,
Cnr Meeu & Stegmann St, East Lynne
012 358 6692
Stanza Bopape II Clinic 25905 Ext 5, Hector Peterson St, Mamelodi West 012 358 0422 /0337 / 0137 / 0436
Nellmapius Clinic 494 Loeriefontein Rd, Nellmapius

012 358 5780 / 5779
Silverton Clinic Silverton City Hall,  Pretoria Road, Silverton 012 358 6736/35
/ 6728/29 - 34
Pretorius Park Clinic 

Cnr Beagle & Loristo St, Pretorius Park 012 358 2112 /3 - 8

Mamelodi West -

6883 Section S, Cnr Shabangu & Nchabeleng, Mamelodi West 012 358 6420 / 6433
Phahameng Clinic

19619 Hinterland Ave, Phahameng 012 358 3533 /4 - 6

 

Frequently asked questions:

1.  What are the clinic hours?

7:30 to 16:00

 

2. Do I need an appointment?

No, unless you are a registered patient that the clinic has put on an appointment system.

 

3. What do I need to be registered as a patient?

  • Identity document; or
  • Passport

     

 

4. Do I need to pay?

The services are free of charge.

 

5. What services are offered?

  • Ante natal care;
  • Post natal care;
  • Integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI);
  • Chronic disease management;
  • Family planning;
  • Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT);
  • Treatment of sexually transmitted infections;
  • TB services;
  • Treatment of minor ailments;
  • Testing for HIV;
  • Provision of ARV treatment; and
  • Immunisations of children
  • Health promotion

     

     

 

6. What does the clinic expect from its clients?

  • To take care of his or her health;
  • To respect the rights of other patients, health care workers and health care providers;
  • To utilize the health-care system optimally and not abuse it;
  • To know about the local health services and what they offer; and
  • To comply with the prescribed treatment and /or rehabilitation procedures

 

 

7. Can I complain about a service and if so, how?

  • Yes, complaint forms are available in the reception area of the clinics and in the language of choice
  • The clinic manager is the complaints manager therefore he /she collects the complaints in the complaints box and ensures that it received the necessary attention

     

 

8. Where do I get information about health awareness sessions planned and educational materials like pamphlets?

Your  local clinic

 

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