Tshwane District Hospital

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Tshwane District Hospital
Tshwane District Hospital
LocationPrinshof 349-Jr, Pretoria, South Africa
Coordinates 25°43′57″S28°12′06″E / 25.73237°S 28.201587°E / -25.73237; 28.201587 Coordinates: 25°43′57″S28°12′06″E / 25.73237°S 28.201587°E / -25.73237; 28.201587
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Tshwane District Hospital is situated in Prinshof 349-Jr, a suburb of Pretoria, South Africa. It was known as H. F. Verwoerd Hospital (the current Steve Biko Hospital) until 1994, but is now a separate community hospital that deals with non-critical care.


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