National Hospital Network (NHN) was founded in 1996 with the prime objective of bringing together leading independently owned private hospitals and medical facilities under one umbrella; to gain synergy and cost effectiveness, and to collaborate on best practice patient care.
NHN’s role is to coordinate and provide resources to its members so as to assist them, particularly in achieving efficient and effectively managed patient servicing and input costs that are competitive in the marketplace.
NHN has 210 members, including 68 hospitals, 52 day clinics, 28 psychiatric facilities, 21 ophthalmology facilities, 39 sub-acute facilities and 2 rehabilitation facilities.
Our demographic footprint includes the major urban areas of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban, as well as in smaller centres including Louis Trichardt, Bela-Bela, Lebowakgomo, eMahlahleni and Nelspruit, which means that NHN facilities and quality care are within easy reach of as many patients as possible. A substantial number of NHN hospitals are BEEE compliant, underscoring NHN’s value as a significant support structure for driving transformation in the private hospital industry.