Dundee Hospital was prevgiously built as the “white hospital” in the apartheid era and as such has wide corridors, a beautiful outpatients area, a dedicated casualty. All are deserted – Dundee is a small farming and tourist town town. It is now of course multi-racial. The main wards are in a separate wing. In this post-apartheid era the old “white” wards now house paediatrics and surgery. But, as so often is the case, adult medicine has been pushed to the periphery.
|Hospital type||District General Hospital|
|Local language||Some English, mainly Zulu|
We also have information about 5 other hospitals close to this location
- Our specialist review of this hospital
- Contact details and information on how to apply
Join TEN now to access more elective hints and tips, case studies, and information on research and teaching opportunities and more.