Mr A. O. Grobbelaar  MBChB  MMed(Plast)  FCS(SA)(Plast)  FRCS(Plast)


Most procedures that are covered by health insurance are charged within the limits of the major insurance companies, however, it is your responsibility to ensure that your policy will cover the cost of the proposed procedure and you are ultimately responsible for the invoice. The team will gladly help with the necessary documentation if required.

When surgery is not covered by a health insurance scheme you will be provided with a detailed estimate, including surgical fee, anaesthetic fee and the hospital package price. The hospital fee is directly payable to the hospital on admission. Upon discharge the hospital may make an extra charge for some take-home medicines as well as any histology, x-rays or blood tests that you might have required.

The surgical and anaesthetic fees are payable 14 days in advance of surgery and these fees will include post-operative care and any follow-up consultations for a period of up to 6 months post-surgery.