Newcastle Hospital

Newcastle Provincial Hospital is a Regional Mother and Child Hospital. It is situated at 4 Hospital Street, Newcastle, under Amajuba Health District (DC 25),walking distance from CBD. The Hospital has 262 beds. Our beautiful hospital provides” home away from home” accommodation for staff. Our wide variety of accommodation, range from nurses’ home to hospital houses and flats.

Newcastle Provincial Hospital is the best when it comes to quality services, care, accessibility and reliability. We have variety of patients from Amajuba Health District and other Health Districts. Our professionally helpful nurses and doctors are dedicated to hard work and adhere to our Vision, Mission, Objectives, Batho Pele Principles, and Patients’ Rights. We always strive for excellence, which is our goal.

Newcastle Provincial Hospital Senior Management Team

Dr JJN Duze : Medical Manager

Ms P Mazibuko: Finance Manager

Ms P Mazibuko: Finance Manager

Mr M.N. Langa : Human Resource Manager

Mr M.N. Langa : Human Resource Manager

Ms. N. Ngwenya : Systems Manager

Ms. N. Ngwenya : Systems Manager

Mrs N.R. Tshabalala : Nursing Manager

Mrs N.R. Tshabalala : Nursing Manager


Telephone : +27 (0) 34 328 0000

Hospital CEO Cell: 066 302 7556

Fax : +27 (0) 34 328 0022


Postal Address : P/Bag X6653 Newcastle 2940

Physical Address : 4 Hospital street Newcastle


We are committed to quality health care for all women; mothers; newborns and children of the Amajuba and surrounding Districts.


To reduce morbidity and mortality by providing quality: accessible: equitable and sustain able health care through primary health care services for. all women, mothers; newborns and children of the Amajuba and surrounding Districts, by a caring and dedicated team.

Core Values

  • Legacy : Provision of high quality health care
  • Foundation : Compassion, Sensitivity; Honesty, Trust, Commitment :Transparency , Respect and Innovative.
  • Service Values : Effectiveness, Efficiency , Economical ,Courage to Learn, Change & Innovation, Communication, Promotive and Preventative, Participative.
  • Benefit Values: Empowerment; Skills Development, Capacity Building, Role Model, Equal Distribution of Resources, Partnership


  1. To provide quality care to all women mother: newborn and children according to the guidelines and protocols of Department of health.
  2. To monitor adherence to National Core Standards
  3. To ensure adherence to Batho Pele Principles and to human rights of women: mothers; newborn and children.
  4. To utilize a multidisciplinary approach towards health care to promote health and improve the lives of women mothers; newborns and children.
  5. To promote transparency by effective communication amongst staff, clients. relatives and community
  6. To ensure implementation of all preventative; promotive , curative and rehabilitative health programmes thereby increasing life expectancy for all women : mothers; newborns and children.
  7. To promote the facility as the caring facility of choice for women, mothers, newborns and children

Our Motto:

"Protect Women and Children, Protect the Nation"

Visiting Hours

11H00 – 12H00

15H00 – 16H00

19H00 – 20H000


  • Patient Information

  • Tshabalala

    If you have any questions, complaints, suggestions or compliments regarding Newcastle hospital, please contact the Public Relations Officer :

    Name : Mr Sabelo Buthelezi

    Telephone Number : 034 328 00 00 Ext. 2003

    Fax Number : 034 312 4392


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