A lovely place, dedicated staff and care-givers.
The staff were exceptional. The care was excellent. They just need to place their number on their website.
Amazing staff.Amazing care.
Alliance Care Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Hospital is at the forefront of sub-acute and rehabilitative care in South Africa, and the range of services we provide our patients with are both unique and comprehensive.
We have dedicated ourselves to creating a therapeutic nursing environment that is both comfortable and relaxing for the patient, all the while helping them to focus on the most important reason for them being at Alliance Care – their care and rehabilitation.
Please contact the hospital on (031) 569 3808 / 3800 if you wish for more information.
1. Your usual medications, or a list of your usual medications
2. Medical Aid Card (if you are being admitted as a Medical Aid Patient) and your I.D.
3. Reading material
4. Any comfortable clothing you will wear during your stay
5. Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, roll on deodorant as sprays may interfere with our fire system, etc.)
6. Headphones for use with the television (headphones can be purchased from Alliance Care)
7. Please ensure your personal items are labelled as Alliance Care will not be responsible for your personal items.
1. Large amounts of cash
2. Perfume / after shave
4. Electronic equipment
Note that the Hospital is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
We welcome any referrals from Medical Specialist Doctors, so if you have any patients you would like to discuss with us or refer to us, Please contact our Senior Case Manager on (031) 569 3808 / 3800, and they will be happy to assist you with transferring your patient to Alliance Care.
We manage and treat cases from all Medical Aids, the Road Accident Fund, Federated Employees Mutual Assurance Company, and Workmen’s Compensation Act, and are continuously adding more funders to our list of providers that we service.
Referring Medical Specialists play a pivotal role in the care and rehabilitation of their patients, and their careful consideration and choice of which Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Hospital to refer their patients to can have a life-changing impact on the lives of their patients.
Alliance Care Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Hospital is extensively equipped, both in terms of hospital equipment and clinical competency, to care for and rehabilitate all sub-acute patients, and our focus is always on ensuring some form of progress in the patient’s treatment and rehabilitation.
We understand that not all patients can be treated or rehabilitated to their former physical or mental condition before the disease or injury occurred, but we can assure them and you as the Referring Medical Specialist, that we will try everything we can to improve their quality of life.
Our visiting hours are as follows:
Monday – Friday: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Unfortunately, we do not permit children under the age of 13 to visit patients in their ward, but arrangements can be made for them to visit a patient away from the ward. This, though, is done at the discretion of the Hospital Manager or Nurse-in-Charge.
Our primary responsibility to our patients is to ensure they receive effective and timely treatment and rehabilitation, so while we encourage families and friends to visit them regularly, as this can often aid in their care and rehabilitation, we are committed to strictly enforcing visiting hours to ensure we can provide our patients with the level of care they need.