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The Queen “Mamohato Memorial Hospital opened its doors 1 October 2011. The 425 bed hospital functions as a national referral hospital for Lesotho and a district hospital for the greater Maseru, and the nation’s major clinical teaching site for healthcare professionals. The hospital offers a wide range of services and prides itself in being the leader in professional and skills development of healthcare personnel in the country.
To provide comprehensive quality healthcare to the people in Lesotho
We strive to provide accessible, affordable, appropriate healthcare services facilitating a healthy community.
Our core value is care. We care about the dignity of our patients and all members of the Ts'epong family. We care about the participation of our people and our partners in everything we do. We care about truth in all our actions. We are passionate about quality care and professional excellence.
  • Care - The basis of our business. The professional, ethical patient care and services we offer at every level of the organisation.
  • Truth - The crucial element in building relationships that work. Open communication with honesty and integrity is essential.
  • Dignity - The creative, passionate and innovative drive to do things better than before - to develop and implement successful healthcare solutions for all.
  • Participation - The willingness and desire to work in productive and creative partnerships with others and the commitment to communicate.
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     By Informative Staff Reporter, Oct 03

    MASERU – In response to a story that appeared in last week’s issue of the Informative under the title ‘Health time-bomb at Tšepong’ management at Queen Mamohato Memorial Hospital (Tšepong) have (sic) refuted the allegations.

    The Informative story said the workers had resorted to industrial action after management had offered salary increment to some workers leaving others out. On the other hand the paper reported that the ownership battle between the Government of Lesotho and Netcare Group of Hospitals (South Africa) over Tšepong was far from being resolved.

    The hospital’s Managing Director Zondy Mohapi have (sic) responded to the said allegation and we hereby offer Tšepong management the right to respond to the allegations being levelled by employees who got engaged in the so-called ‘go slow’ industrial action.

    “We acknowledge that some staff members participated in a go-slow action, however on the dates specified, the patients were able to access clinical services within normal waiting times. Tšepong attends to over 1,000 patients a day, with about 400 of them attended to in the hospital outpatient department alone. Due to these numbers, the average waiting time can range depending on how busy the facilities are,” writes Mohapi.

    “Services in Hospital Outpatient Department (OPD) are provided from 0700 to 1600hrs per day, Gateway from 0700-1800hrs per day and the Accidents and Emergency Department operates 24 hours a day. Medication is dispensed 24 hours a day and therefore there is no reason ... Read More...

    Help Desk

    The hospital can be contacted anytime of the day and night on the following numbers
    Tel:  +266 2222 0000
            +266 2222 0300

    Visiting Hours

    All Wards:
    • Mid-Morning

      11H00 - 12H00
    • Afternoon

      16H00 - 17H00
    • Evening

      19H00 - 20H00

    No Children under the age of 12 are allowed inside the wards due to infection control principles


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