Rawsonville Clinic | Western Cape Government

Rawsonville Clinic

2015
(Western Cape Government)

Rawsonville Clinic

The Department of Transport and Public Works built the Rawsonville Community Clinic to deliver health services to the Rawsonville community.

The department procured a new site and built the improved clinic at a cost of R16 million to replace the old, no longer fit-for-purpose building which consisted of four rooms.

New Design

The facility’s layout was planned to ease patient flow.

The design of the clinic was influenced by the new design guidelines produced by the Department of Transport and Public Works and the Western Cape Department of Health. Users were generally impressed with the new clinic which provides a welcoming atmosphere and will have a positive impact on the surrounding areas.

Rawsonville Design   Rawsonville Waiting Area

 

Health Services

The new Rawsonville Clinic offers essential community health services.

Facilities include:

  • Pharmacy.
  • Consulting and counselling rooms.
  • Mother and child clinic.
  • Tuberculosis (TB) testing and treatment area.

Examination Area

Modern Features

The new clinic uses solar panels and a heat pump, adding to the Western Cape Government’s aim of 110% Green.

An enclosed courtyard visible from all waiting areas will allow for fresh air and a safe area for children to play enhancing the positive healing environment of the facility.


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The content on this page was last updated on 28 April 2015