(033) 897 1000
Fax: (033) 897 1078
P/bag X9124 Pietermaritzburg 3200
171 Hoosen Haffajee ( former Berg) Street, Pietermaritzburg
Senior Management Team
Vision: Better health, Better life through Courage and Excellence.
Mission: To achieve such excellence in service delivery that all Individuals
in the UMgungundlovu District remain in better health, thus becoming the
leading District in the country.
- Unconditional loving and Caring:
- We treat all with dignity.
- Give and share information.
- A sense of belonging and combined effort.
- We serve with honesty and respect.
- Dedicated to fulfill our promises
- Caring through creativity.
UMgungundlovu Health District has 46 fixed clinics, 17 Mobile Clinics and 1 state aided clinic.
Community Health Centres in uMgungundlovu district
Bruntville CHC (Mpofana)
East Boom CHC (Umsunduzi)
Imbalenhle CHC (Imbali)
Hospitals in uMgungundlovu district
Edendale hospital (District-Regional)
Doris Goodwin hospital
Fort Napier hospital
Grey's hospital (Regional Tertiary)
Richmond hospital (Specialised TB)
Townhill hospital (Specialised Psychiatric)
UMgungundlovu Health District is the seat of the Office of the Premier for KwaZulu-Natal
as well as the provincial capital, Pietermaritzburg. The District provides a health service to 10%
of the provincial population, amounting to 1 052 730 with 84.3% of the population being uninsured.
UMgungundlovu Health District covers an area of 9 189 square kilometres. It comprises of seven municipalities
namely UMshwathi (KZ 221), Umgeni (KZ 222), Mpofana (KZ 223), Impendle (KZ 224), Msunduzi (KZ 225), UMkhambathini (KZ 226) and Richmond (KZ 227).
The UMgungundlovu Health District has been selected as a Pilot District to prepare for the implementation of the National Health Insurance (NHI).
Umgungundlovu Measles Campaign : 12 June - 30 June 2017
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08 June, 2017
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