The UCT Private Academic Hospital (UCTPAH) is an innovative collaboration between the Private Healthcare Sector (Netcare), the University of Cape Town’s Medical School and the Groote Schuur Hospital.
Please feel free to contact any member of EXCO should you need urgent assistance.Read more
UCTPAH proudly host a number of specialty centres, such as a Thyroid Clinic, a Digestive Diseases Centre, a Haematology Unit, an Orthopaedic Surgical practice, a Pulmonology unit and more.Read more
Different medical aid and medical insurance schemes have different payment restrictions and benefit limits in terms of procedures covered.Read more
If you wish to visit your friend, family member or loved one during their stay at UCTPAH, please make sure to visit during these hours: 15h00 - 16h00 and 19h00 - 20h00.Read more
Welcome To UCTPAH
On behalf of UCTPAH hospital team, we would like to take the opportunity of welcoming you to our hospital. We trust that your stay will be as pleasant and comfortable as possible and that our hospital will exceed your expectations in all aspects.
We recognise the traumatic effect that hospitalisation may have on a patient and their family. Our dedicated and highly trained staff are committed to making you feel at home in a safe environment where you can recover with dignity.
Should you or your family have any questions you feel I could assist with, please feel free to contact my office through the Nurse on Duty, the Unit Manager or the Marketing Officer.
We look forward to being of service to you.
Hospital General Manager
WHAT ARE UTERINE FIBROIDS? "They’re benign (non-cancerous) growths in the muscular wall of the uterus and a major cause of heavy bleeding, period pain and infertility. If you’re over 35, there’s a 20–40% chance you have them. Many women are advised to have a hysterectomy to control their symptoms."read more
Friday, 20 December 2013 When 17-year-old Angus Kerr of Cape Town underwent treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, a form of blood cancer, earlier this year he found it a tough and very lonely journey. At one point he even told his mother, Teresa Kerr, that he did not think he could carry on.read more