The Story Of The Abandoned Kempton Park Hospital Is Quite The Mystery! 

July 31, 2017

The hospital has a 24 hour guard watch to protect it from vandalising and people like me from entering. But that did not stop them from allowing me in with a quick R50 exchanging hands.

The Kempton Park Hospital was closed on 26 December 1996 due to short staff. There were only two part time doctors left and most of the nurses had resigned.

There was talk in 2006 of re-open the Kempton Park hospital, but due to complications with tenders for a refurbishment this never happened.

Premier Nomvula Mokonyane promised that the Kempton Park Hospital renamed, Kyalami Hospital in Kempton Park would be reopened. The plan is to re-open the hospital on a semi private basis. But who knows if this will ever happen.

In the meantime the security guards are scoring big time from bribes, allowing people to go on a ghost hunt or just to have fun exploring the scary wards and facilities within this old hospital.

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  1. Leon 31 July, 2017, 10:10

    Hi Mike just a question if nobody is allowed in where does the visitors get to to see and capture strange going ons

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  2. Christopher Jackson 2 August, 2017, 05:12

    How sad to see the once prestigious state hospital falling to ruin as the years pass by… I was (once proudly) born in this hospital in March 1981 and am saddened to see the state into which it has fallen.
    Why pay security guards/ a firm to look after the building if it looks ransacked in the first place… Absolute Farce and a waste of the tax payer’s money!
    I’m afraid to say but private healthcare/ a compulsory-paid-for-state-health-care-scheme combination is inevitable… Some private institution will come, buy it all, turn it into a new private hospital, make millions out of the investment by charging an arm and a leg for it in the process whereas the state could have kept it running all these years at a fraction of the cost (to the man on the street) and provided a good state run health care service… ain’t things wrong in this life!

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