Life Kingsbury Hospital | Cape Town (2023)

Life Kingsbury Hospital | Cape Town (1)


In 2014 the long-awaited amalgamation of Life Claremont and Life Kingsbury Hospitals took place, putting this Claremont Hospital in a position to offer its patients an even wider range of excellent health services as well as a holistic healing environment. The excellent facilities and caring staff make it possible to focus on high-quality treatment, whether for routine, more serious, or extensive procedures.

The hospital has 229 beds, 11 theatres, an accident and emergency unit with a doctor on duty 24/7, as well as state-of-the-art diagnostic and monitoring equipment. New service offering: renal unit providing dialysis treatment to persons living with acute or chronic kidney failure.New technology includes the first da Vinci X robotic surgical system in Africa(to find out more - scroll down to the bottom of this page for Special Services).There is a dedicated team of first-class health professionals at this hospital dedicated to delivering a special brand of healthcare to patients.Through their ongoing quality training, hospital employees are able to deliver excellent healthcare and embrace the principles of empathy, ethics, excellence and empowerment.

Free Advanced Life Support Paramedic Response Vehicle: 0860123 367

Terms and Conditions

Operational 24/7. Based in Pinelands, covering: Southern Suburbs, Maitland, Salt River, Observatory, Epping, Cape Town CBD, Anywhere else where ALS is urgently required. The Advanced Life Support Paramedic Response Vehicle does not assist in patient transfers, their mandate is to stabilise patient whilst an ambulance is dispatched.

0860 123 367
021 670 4000
Physical address
Wilderness Road, Claremont, 7700
-33.980201 : 18.467197
Hospital manager
Christine Malan
Visiting hours

For visitation exceptions around neonatal ICU and paediatric wards contact the hospital directly or clickherefor more information.

To facilitate the patient’s healing and recovery, we believe in integrating the patient’s loved ones into their day. However, in the interest of our patient’s wellbeing, we do enforce visiting times, limitations to the number of visitors per patient, and age restriction regulations for children. Children who are 12 years of age old and in good health are welcome to visit; we encourage children who are younger to wait in the reception area, if they are supervised by an adult. Alternatively, please contact the Unit Manager/Sister in Charge to make arrangements to visit.

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All visitors are required to kindly report to Reception first when visiting outside of these visiting hours. A maximum limit of one visitor per patient (for all wards) is enforced to allow for the privacy of our patients.

General Wards: GIT, Medical and Surgical 1 to 4

  • Afternoons: 15h00 - 16h00
  • Evenings: 19h15 - 20h15

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and High Care (HC) Unit

  • Mornings: 11h00 – 12h00 (At the discretion of the Unit Manager/Sister in Charge)
  • Afternoons: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Evenings: 19h15 – 20h15
  • (Additional visits allowed at the discretion of the Unit Manager/Sister in Charge)
  • No children under 12 allowed

Maternity Ward

  • Husband/Partner may visit anytime between 10h00 and 20h00 except during the rest period of 13h00 – 15h00. (This will be at the discretion of the Unit Manager/Sister in Charge).
  • Grandparents only: 11h00 – 12h00

Neonatal ICU (NICU)

  • Parents: open visiting time.
  • Grandparents may pay a short visit to their grandchild over weekends between 15h00 and 16h00, at the discretion of the Registered Nurse in charge of the shift.
  • We discourage visiting by anyone who is ill, has been ill, or who has been exposed to illness in the past two weeks. Parents who are ill are to inform staff and will be provided with a mask.

Paediatric Ward

  • Afternoons: 15h00 – 16h00
  • Evenings: 19h15 – 20h15
  • Parents: open visiting time

Medical services

  • Bariatric surgery
  • Cardio thoracic surgery
  • Colorectal surgery
  • Diabetes clinic
  • Dermatology
  • Endocrinology
  • ENT Surgery
  • Gastroenterology
  • Gastro intestinal surgery
  • General surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Hepatobiliary surgery
  • High care
  • Intensive care
  • Internal medicine
  • Maternity & fertility service
  • Maxillo-Facial surgery
  • Neonatal high care
  • Neonatal intensive care
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Obstetrics
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Paediatrics
  • Paediatric high care & intensive care
  • Paediatric surgery
  • Plastic & reconstructive surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Pulmonology
  • Renal unit
  • Robotic surgery: da Vinci X surgical system (first and only model in Africa)
  • Surgical & medical high care & intensive care
  • Thoracic surgery
  • Urology
  • Vascular surgery

Ancillary services shared at the Medical Village

  • Biokinetics
  • Dietetics
  • Foetal assessment
  • Fertility treatment
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Pathology
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction unit
  • Physiotherapy
  • Radiology
  • Stomal therapy


Claremont Audiology0216831393
Carol Jeffery0826851629
Dr Chevaan Hendrickse0216378218
Dr Saleem Dawood0216378218
Dr Thayabran Pillay0216378218
Dr Zaid Mohamed0216378218
Colorectal & Surgical Gastroenterologist
Dr Ebrahim Dalwai0216833893
Dr Mike Elliott0216837003
Cape Town Bariatric Clinic (Obesity)
Cathy Brunger (Clinic Coordinator)0216743309
Dr L Krause0216834580
Dr R Lehloenya0216710999
Dr S Christians0216710999
Diabetes Wellness Centre
Dr Tracy van Rensburg0216741431
Claire McMahon0826680668
Gina Fourie0828239762
Mariam Forgan0769849496
Sarah Gouws0721116226
Ear, nose & throat surgeon(s)
Dr Gary Kroukamp0216740885
Dr Ola Basson 021 683 5590
Dr Michael Molyneaux0212018709
Prof Johan Fagan0216743353
Emergency Unit
ER Consulting INC0216704180
Dr Hilton Kaplan0216742086
Dr Jocelyn Hellig0212051829
Dr Wayne May0216746414
Dr Abdul Cariem0216837001
Dr Colin Rush067 429 1397 / 087 702 6244
Dr John Wright0216834600
General practitioner(s)
Dr Colin de la Harpe0216836810
Dr James Millar0216836810
Dr Pete Sandell0216836810
General surgeon(s)
Dr Aaron Ndhluni0212033893
Dr Bernie Maree0216833893
Dr Colin McGuire0216719600
Dr Ebrahim Dalwai0216833893
Dr Ian Marr0216740107
Dr Mark Hewat0216833893
Mark van Rensburg0215322118
Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary & GIT Surgeon
Dr Mark Hewat0216833893
Maxillofacial and oral surgeon(s)
Dr Brian Berezowski0217977252
Dr Craig Greeff0216717517
Dr Rushdie Hendricks0216715040
Dr Sanjay Ranchod0211371713
Dr Pearl Thomas0217125374
Dr Andile Mbatha (spine)0216704357
Dr John Hill0216741257
Nuclear physician(s)
Dr Pieter Botha0216830535
Obstetricians & gynaecologist(s)
Dr Andy Newham(*Gynaecology patients only)0216717052
Dr Gary Groenewald0216710347
Dr Kerry Sherwood0216719692
Dr Laura Graves0216714005
Dr Lynette Jansen-Olarogun0216830370
Dr Manasri Naiker0216740376
Dr Philip Zinn0216830453
Dr Paula Penkin0216831785
Dr Sarah Shanahan0216831798
Dr Kim Sonntag0216852375
Dr Ursula Botha0216714050
Prof Alan Alperstein (*Gynaecology patients only)0216831724
Occupational therapist(s)
Faheema Isaacs0820422076
Orthopaedic surgeon(s)
Dr André Demblon0216837315
Dr Ben Grey (Shoulder and elbow)0216711344
Dr Clive White (Hip and knee)0216836037
Dr Dirk van der Spuy (Hand)0216712896
Prof Graham McCollum (Foot and ankle)0216716213
Dr John May (Hip and knee)0216715651
Dr Leith Stewart (Hip and knee)0216836037
Dr Marc Nortje (Hip and knee)0216716213
Dr Rory Harvey (Shoulder)
Dr Sirk Loots0216714575
Orthotist(s) and Prosthetist
Malcolm Freedman & Associates0214224599
Paediatric surgeon(s)
Dr Shalin Singh0212240972
Dr Allan Puterman0216834454
Dr Ashley Wewege0217972087
Dr Hedi van der Watt0217613408
Dr Lara Smith0217613408
Dr Rabeen Lutchman0216850336
Lancet Laboratories0216731700
PathCare DSP0216711156
Dr Pieter Wolfaardt0216834802
Dr Asheen Haripersad0218794693
Dr Jocelyn Hellig0212051829
Dr John Turner0216834770
Dr Laila Suleman0218794692
Dr Richard Court0764014373
Dr Fatima Khan0218794694
Ashraf Natha & Associates0216716707
WEST Physiotherapy0216715300
Corina Avni0216831174
Ellenberger, Gorman & Associates0218238779
Plastic and reconstructive surgeon(s)
Dr Alex Landau0216740775
Dr Bernard Price0216836544
Dr Gary Dos Passos0216710942
Dr Kevin Adams0216710942
Dr Keith Cronwright0216716024
Dr Werner Smith0216711406
Dr Z Patel0216718951
Dr Laila Suleman0218794692
Kingsbury Radiology0216834567
Reproductive medicine specialists (Cape Fertility Clinic)
Dr Razak Dhansay0216837036
Dr Lizle Oosthuizen0216742088
Dr Paul Le Roux0216742088
Dr Sulaiman Heylen0216742088
Dr Tamtam Matebese0216742088
Speech-Language Therapist
Ingrid von Bentheim0215065558
Thoracic surgeon(s)
Prof Mark de Groot0215320343
Dr Loven Moodley0215311206
Dr Conray Moolman0216831974
Dr Malcolm Dewar 0216831974
Dr Prenevin Govender0216831974
Uterine Fibroid Embolisation
Dr Gary Sudwarts0214340180
Vascular surgeon(s)
Dr James Tunnicliffe0212033893
Dr Martin Forlee0212033893
Dr Philip Matley0216833893
Dr Neil Cloete 0216833893

Contact us

Physical address

Wilderness Road

Postal address

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P O Box 23905

Free Advanced Life Support ParamedicResponse Vehicle

0860 123367


021 670 4000


021 683 5138



Life Kingsbury Hospital

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Hospital Manager

Christine Malan

Special Services

Renal Dialysis Unit

Life Kingsbury Hospital has opened a renal dialysis unit to assist patients diagnosed with acute or chronic kidney failure. Our unit is managed by a nephrologist and clinical team to assist and support patients through their treatment plan.

Dialysis services are offered from Monday – Friday include:

  • Chronic haemodialysis and haemodiafiltration
  • Acute dialysis; and
  • Continuous renal replacement therapy

For more information on how you can access these services, contact the renal dialysis unit on 021670 4000 or email


Quality and patient centered care is at the heart of everything we do, therefore Life Kingsbury Hospital has acquired Africa’s first da Vinci X Robotic Surgical System. This will ensure that our surgical specialists have access to treat patients with the latest technology. The system is powered by innovative robotic technology that allows the surgeon’s hand movements to be translated into smaller, precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient’s body. The surgeon is 100% in control of the system at all times.

Some of the improved patient outcomes include:

  • Excellent cancer control
  • Improved functional outcomes
  • Less blood loss and fewer transfusions
  • Shortened hospital stay
  • Less pain
  • Lower risk of infection and complications
  • Fast recovery and return to normal activities
  • Small incisions and less scarring

The da Vinci X Surgical System is typically used for urology, general surgery and gynaecology. For more information, contact the hospital on 021 670 4000, alternatively email .

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Contact a da Vinci surgeon:

Dr Conray Moolman, Urologist
Email: conraym@gmail.comTelephone: +27 (0) 21 683 1974

  • Prostate
  • Kidney
  • Registered da Vinci ® Training Surgeon

Dr Malcolm Dewar, Urologist
Telephone: +27 (0) 21 683 1974

  • Prostate

Bariatric (Obesity) Surgery

Obesity is a serious condition associated with multiple problems like:

  • Heart Attacks
  • Strokes
  • Diabetes
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Arthritis
  • Sleep Disorders

TheChrysalis Clinic at Life Kingsbury Hospital offers bariatric surgery (surgical treatment for morbid obesity) within the context of a multidisciplinary team of medical and paramedical specialists.

The team comprises endocrinologists, critical care physician, dieticians, psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, biokineticist and two accredited laparoscopic bariatric surgeons. A professional nurse serves as the clinic coordinator. The team assesses patients to determine whether surgery is an appropriate treatment option for their obesity and, if so, prepares them for the surgery and assists them with their journey after the surgery.

TheChrysalis Clinic is accredited by the South African Society for Obesity and Metabolism (SASOM) and the South African Society of Endoscopic Surgeons (SASES) as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ for bariatric (weight loss) surgery.

Gastric Bypass and Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band (‘Lap Band’) are among the surgical options offered.

Palliative Care

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Is medical care that focuses on the physical, psychological, and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones who are living with a life threatening illness. It runs concurrently with other medical treatments.

What can the palliative care service do for you?

  • Treat pain and other symptoms like shortness of breath, fatigue, nausea, depression and anxiety.
  • Help you maintain the best quality of life possible. Help you and your family in making difficult decisions by providing answers, assistance and support.
  • Help coordinate care with your treatment team.


How many life hospitals are in Cape Town? ›

You and your loved ones want the best care, at the best facility at the right time, and Life Healthcare has 66 healthcare facilities from which to choose.

What does Claremont Hospital Specialise in? ›

Its services include weight loss surgery, orthopaedic surgery, sports medicine, medical imaging, gynaecology and physiotherapy.

How many hospitals are there in Cape Town? ›

Results - 9 Hospitals/Clinics found in Cape Town, South Africa.

Which is the biggest hospital in South Africa? ›

Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital is Africa's biggest hospital, and the third largest in the world. Located south of Johannesburg, the public health facility has 3,400 beds, employs 6,700 staff and occupies 70 hectares of land.

What is the best hospital in South Africa? ›

South Africa
rankingWorld RankInstituto
11546Netcare Group
21563Life Healthcare Hospital Group
33665Children's Hospital Trust
44591Melomed Hospital Holdings
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Which is the second biggest hospital in South Africa? ›

What is the second largest hospital in South Africa? Busamed Hillcrest Private Hospital is the second largest hospital in South Africa.

When did Thornbury Hospital close? ›

Until the site closed at the end of 2018, Thornbury Hospital had seemed to have far survived several rounds of fluctuating political and organisational antipathy toward Cottage Hospitals, but statements from NHS England since 2014 have suggested a more favourable attitude towards local hospital services.

How many hospitals are in Sheffield? ›

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest integrated providers of acute and community health services with five hospitals and over 40 community bases: The Royal Hallamshire Hospital. The Northern General Hospital.

What is Pioneer healthcare? ›

Pioneer Healthcare is an independent healthcare sector provider that provides a wide range of adult services to NHS, privately insured and self-pay, patients.

Which one is the biggest hospital in Cape Town? ›

Tygerberg Hospital is a tertiary hospital located in Parow. The hospital was officially opened in 1976 and is the largest hospital in the Western Cape and the second largest hospital in South Africa, with the capacity for 1899 beds.
Tygerberg Hospital
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What is the biggest private hospital in South Africa? ›

Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital is a hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa, it is the largest hospital in Africa and third largest hospital in the world. It has 6,760 staff members, 3,400 beds and occupies 70 ha (170 acres).

Where is the best hospital in the world? ›

The top 10 hospitals in the world:
  • Mayo Clinic.
  • Cleveland Clinic.
  • Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • Toronto General Hospital (Toronto, Canada)
  • Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
  • AP-HP - Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière (Paris, France)
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What is the oldest hospital in South Africa? ›

Somerset Hospital: South Africa's oldest hospital.

Which country has the best doctor? ›

1. United States. The US takes the crown on our list of the top 10 countries with the best doctors in the world.

Which country has the best healthcare in Africa? ›

African Countries With The Best Healthcare Systems (2022) 1. South Africa (63.97) 2. Kenya (63.40) 3. Tunisia (56.54) 4.

What are the top 5 hospitals in the world? ›

The lists
  • Mayo Clinic-Rochester (Rochester, Minnesota)
  • Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)
  • Toronto General-University Health Network (Toronto)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
  • Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin)
  • Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset (Solna, Sweden)
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Which is the best government hospital? ›

Top 5 Government Hospitals in India
  1. AIIMS, Delhi. Established in 1956, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is run autonomously under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. ...
  2. CMC, Vellore. ...
  3. King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
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Which hospital is biggest in the world? ›

First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University is the largest hospital in the world. With over 10,000 beds (after the hospital's latest expansion opening Q1 2017), the hospital is not only the largest in the world but nearly three times larger than the world's second-largest hospital in Belgrade, Serbia.

Which hospital is best private or government? ›

Government hospitals are better:

1. Expenses: The cost of treatment in government hospitals is very low in comparison to the bills of a private hospital. The government hospitals are funded entirely by the government and hence there are even free treatment facilities to poor families.

What is the biggest hospital in the world 2022? ›

3,900 | Opened: 1983. Europe's largest and one of the world's biggest hospitals, the University Clinical Centre of Serbia includes the Belgrade School of Medicine and underwent a €260 million renovation between 2018 and 2022. It now covers a total floor area of 280,000 square metres.

What did Thornbury Hospital used to be? ›

It opened in 1951 as a 50-bed unit and was known as Thornbury Annexe until 1976 when it was renamed as the Children's Hospital, Thornbury.

Is there parking at Thornbury Hospital? ›

Thornbury Hospital is situated approximately 2 miles south west of Sheffield City centre and has car parking on site.

What does Thornbury hospital do? ›

Thornbury Hospital, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

21 consulting rooms including outpatient treatment rooms. Four operating theatres. Diagnostic imaging including CT, MRI, X-Ray, ultrasound and Digital Mammography. Endoscopy suite.

What does Sheffield hospital Specialise in? ›

cardiac, orthopaedics, burns, plastic surgery, spinal injuries and renal. The Royal Hallamshire Hospital has a dedicated regional Neurosciences department including an Intensive Care Unit for patients with head injuries, neurological conditions such as stroke and for patients who have undergone neurosurgery.

What are the names of the hospitals in Sheffield? ›

  • Northern General Hospital.
  • Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
  • Charles Clifford Dental Hospital.
  • Weston Park Cancer Hospital.
  • Jessop Wing Maternity Hospital.
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How many people work for the NHS in Sheffield? ›

With around 17,000 employees, we are one of the biggest employers locally.

What do totally PLC do? ›

We help healthcare commissioners and hospitals ensure patients can access the most appropriate care quickly and efficiently by delivering quality urgent care services such as NHS 111 and urgent treatment centres, and elective care services such as community dermatology clinics and first contact practitioner.

What is the largest NHS hospital in the UK? ›

St George's Hospital is the largest in the UK, caring for 1.3 million people in southwest London, as well as populations in Surrey and Sussex, totaling around 3.5 million. It has 1,300 beds and 8,500 staff, as well as several centres of excellence, such as its stroke care and cardiology unit.

Which is the biggest hospital in London? ›

St George's Hospital

Set in the heart of London, St George's is the city's largest hospital and we are one of only a handful of hospitals to have recorded lower than expected mortality rates every year since records began, despite dealing with the most serious and complex cases.

Which is the largest hospital in the world? ›

First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University

The biggest hospital in the world covers almost 100 clinical departments, 140 wards, 300,000 inpatient admissions, 4.2 million ambulatory care visits and approximately 160,000 surgical operations.

What is the biggest hospital in Europe? ›

Europe's 10 Largest Acute Care Hospitals Have Sizeable Clinical Pathology Laboratories
1. Clinical Centre of Serbia3,5007,500
2. Charite – Universitatsmedizin Berlin, Germany3,21312,800
3. Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland2,60013,700
4. Motol University Hospital, Czech Republic2,4105,424
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Which is the best NHS hospital in England? ›

Top 100 Hospitals
RankOrganisation NameHCPS
1Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust7,269
2Ashford and St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust7,116
3Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust6,705
4University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust6,333
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What is the busiest hospital in the UK? ›

Leading busiest hospitals in England 2020/21, by number of admissions. During the financial year 2020/2021, the busiest hospital provider in England was the University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust with over 256 thousand admissions.

What is the smallest hospital in the UK? ›

Weston General Hospital
Emergency departmentYes
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Where is the best hospital in the world? ›

The top 10 hospitals in the world:
  • Mayo Clinic.
  • Cleveland Clinic.
  • Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • Toronto General Hospital (Toronto, Canada)
  • Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
  • AP-HP - Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière (Paris, France)
2 Mar 2022

What is the oldest hospital in London? ›

Saint Bartholomew's Hospital, byname Bart's or Saint Bart's, oldest hospital in London. It lies just southeast of the Central Markets in the Smithfield area of the City of London.

What is the newest hospital in London? ›

Royal London Hospital
The current Royal London Hospital under construction in 2009
Location within Tower Hamlets
LocationWhitechapel Road, Whitechapel, London, England
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What city has the best hospitals in the world? ›

Quality of Care
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What is the most advanced hospital in the world? ›

World's Best Hospitals 2020 - Top 100 Global
RankHospitalHospital Beds
1Mayo Clinic - Rochester1,265
2Cleveland Clinic1,285
3Massachusetts General Hospital1,011
4Toronto General (University Health Network)727
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What country has best hospitals? ›

According to this index, the ten countries with the best health care are:
  • Denmark.
  • Austria.
  • Japan.
  • Australia.
  • France.
  • Spain.
  • Belgium.
  • United Kingdom.

Who has the best hospitals in the world? ›

The top ten World's Best Hospitals are:
  • Mayo Clinic - Rochester (US)
  • Cleveland Clinic (US)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital (US)
  • Toronto General - University Health Network (Canada)
  • Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Germany)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (US)
  • AP-HP - Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière (France)
2 Mar 2022

Which European country has best healthcare? ›

The Netherlands has topped the rankings in the Euro Health Consumer Index more than once, never slipping below third place in more than ten years.

Who has the best hospitals in Europe? ›

rankingWorld RankInstituto
18Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris
222University Clinic Heidelberg Universittsklinikum Heidelberg
323Erasmus Medisch Centrum Universitait Medisch Centrum Rotterdam
424Asklepios Klinikum Bad Abbach
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