Visiting time limited to: 15h00 to 16h00 daily CONTROLLED ACCESS TO THE HOSPITAL One visitor per patient per day No access to visiting company representatives Screening and sanitising of hands of all individuals entering the facility upon each entry Your co-operation is appreciated – For your safety and ours.
NO NEED TO PANIC – Shelly Beach Hospital is prepared
Circumcisions – Be Safe – Stay Healthy Circumcisions are safely performed at Shelly Beach Hospital. For more information, speak to your Doctor or contact us directly by SMS, Email or Telephone the hospital number.
Making a difference Shelly Beach Hospital Pharmacy division together with other hospital staff members drove an initiative to bring festive cheer and happiness to the children at “Give a Child a Family” (GCF) which is a non-profit organization that focuses their work primarily within the UGU District, KwaZulu Natal based in Margate.” – See photos […]
Although World Diabetes Day was 14th November 2019, why not make every day a Diabetes Awareness Day? Shelly Beach Hospital provided free testing and counselling at Shelly Beach to create awareness during November 2019. We bring you this short article in order to assist with such awareness, early warning signs and recommends you to seek […]
NEWS and AWARENESS World Stroke Awareness Week (28 October to 3 November 2019) Stroke is a silent killer – You may be at risk and not know it! Up to 80% of strokes are preventable Stroke is the second leading cause of death worldwide Sixteen million people a year experience a stroke One in […]
NEWSLETTER – Issue 1 September 2019 SHELLY BEACH HOSPITAL – A LANDMARK A fully funded development owned by shareholders, not by banks. The Board and Management of Shelly Beach Hospital are proud to assure all shareholders that the construction and equipping of Shelly Beach Hospital has been […]
World Class Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence on our doorstep Shelly Beach Hospital has become established as an orthopaedic centre of excellence and is set to play a significant role as a major medical facility, not just for South Coasters who now may not need to go to Durban for specialised procedures, but also for those […]