THUTSA MEDICAL DEVELOPS THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES:
An acute hospital is a health care institution providing patient treatment, with a range of specialized medical services, including a 24-hour trauma unit.
An outpatient medical facility which provides treatment during the day, with patients returning home or to a hospital at night.
Sub-Acute care is a comprehensive and cost-effective inpatient programme for patients who have suffered an acute event as a result of an illness; injury or disease; have a determined course of treatment; and who do not require intensive diagnostic and/or invasive procedures.
Stand-alone medical facilities which only treat specific illnesses and conditions, such as: Oncology Centre, Dialysis Centre, Mother and Baby Centre, Mental Health Clinics, Rehabilitation Centres and Paediatric hospitals.
An outpatients medical facility with a focus on primary healthcare, where patients are given medical treatment or advice.