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Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital (DGMAH), formerly known as Ga- Rankuwa Hospital, was built in 1972 and is situated in Ga-Rankuwa, on the North-Western part of  Tshwane Region of Gauteng Province.

DGMAH was initially a regional hospital, tertiary services were added subsequent to the establishment of  Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA) in 1974,  to which DGMAH serves as the health sciences teaching platform.

DGMAH gained academic status in 2011 which was followed by the establishment of the new Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University  (SMU), building on the legacy of the old Medunsa.

DGMAH is also a teaching platform for the Ga-Rankuwa Nursing College.

DGMAH has a total of 1652 approved beds and the drainage\catchment area population is 1 200 000 (Census 2011)referral system Number of building sites.

Vision

A centre of excellence, providing efficient and accessible healthcare services.

Mission

To provide quality health care service to North Western part of Tshwane district, Limpopo and Northwest Province
To train health professionals in undergraduate and postgraduate.
To provide a conducive platform for relevant health research and development.


​​Contacts​CEO​Clinical Manager​​Nursing Manager
George Mukhari Hospital ​
Sekwati Street 
Ga-Rankuwa Unit 2 
Gauteng

012 529 3000
012 560 0099
alpheus.malepane@gauteng.gov.za​

 Mr Thulane Madonsela​

012 529 3875
 012 529 3851
 thulane.madonsela@gauteng.
        gov.za

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PA: Maria Nzolo

012 529 3201
Nzolo.maria@gauteng.gov.za ​

 Sec: Keitumetse Mongale​

012 529 3879​

​Dr  P Shembe 

012 529 3876
 012 529 3851
 Petunia.Shembe@gauteng.gov.za
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Sec/PA: Lydia Mbalati

012 529 3880​
Lydia.mbalati@gauteng.gov.za


​Mrs G Moumakwe

012 529 3873
 012 529 3851
Flora.Kuypers@gauteng.gov.za

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Sec/PA: Petunia Msiza

012 529 3575
 ​Petunia.Msiza@gauteng.gov.za



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