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Sunninghill Hospital

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Latitude -26.0381° S 26.0381° S 26° 2' 17.16" -26° 2.286'
Longitude 28.0689° E 28.0689° E 28° 4' 8.04" 28° 4.134'
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90 Nanyuki Road
Sandton
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 806 1500
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 806 1500

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No fax number available

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Sunninghill Hospital has 3 comment/s

On 14 Feb 2011 Sive Khalipa said:
Good day

I would like to know how much tonsills surgery would cost, if performed at a 13 and 17 year old.

Please feel free to contact me at 0736095962 or sive.khalipa@er24.co.za.

Your response would be highly appreciated.Thanks


Regards,

On 21 Feb 2012 Maria Eduarda said:
Good day,
I would like to know how much will cost an aortic angioplasty into a 90 years old patient with severe aortic valve stenosis. Is may father, not diabetic and with no other health problem.
Thank you very much. This is very urgent and your urgent reply will be highly appreciated.
Kind regards,
Maria Eduarda

On 06 Mar 2012 Maggie said:
Good Day

Iwould Like to know how much doest it cause to drain fat on the stomach
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