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Paarl Medi-Clinic



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Medi-Clinic Southern Africa has more than 50 multidisciplinary hospitals in Southern Africa, including three in Namibia. Many have specialised units, including heart units, stroke units, and the like. Our hospitals have highly-trained nursing, administrative and other personnel and are supported by excellent medical specialists in private practice.

Paarl Medi-Clinic

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Latitude -33.7188° S 33.7188° S 33° 43' 7.68" -33° 43.128'
Longitude 18.9698° E 18.9698° E 18° 58' 11.28" 18° 58.188'
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Berlyn Street
Noorder-Paarl
Paarl
7646
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 807 8000
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 807 8000

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No fax number available

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