NHN has 209 members, consisting of 59 Hospitals, 53 Day Clinics, 33 Psychiatric Facilities, 19 Ophthalmology Facilities, 43 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.
The National Hospital Network is available to assist with your needs concerning member or medical scheme related queries.
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GAUTENG: Africode Consulting 2016 Training Schedule

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KWAZULU NATAL: Africode Consulting 2016 Training Schedule

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BLOEMFONTEIN: Africode Consulting 2016 Training Schedule

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CAPE TOWN: Africode Consulting 2016 Training Schedule

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SAHASA represents the sub-acute hospital community in South Africa to government, business leaders, medical schemes and the general public at large