Princess Marina Hospital
Princess Marina Hospital, (PMH) Botswana's first hospital, is situated in the heart of Gaborone city, just a stone throw from the national museum. The hospital was established in 1966 when the country gained independence, starting operating on April 4th 1967. At that time it also doubled as the maternity clinic.
Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital
A captivating pride to the Northerners, Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital countinues to be the epitome of quality health care in the northen side of Botswana. Tucked in the south eastern side of the city of Francistown which is a getaway to famous holiday destinations such as Okavango Delta. Nyangabgwe first opened its doors to the public in 1989
S'brana Psychiatric Hospital
The therapeutic Sbrana Psychiatric Hospital (SPH), formely known as Lobatse Mental Hospital (LMH) which lies adjacent to the country's oldest high court is not only the pride of Lobatse residents, but of the whole country.
The new hospital named after the first psychiatrist from Italy, Dr. Giuseppe Sbrana is the country's only mental hospital. Mental health services started in Botswana when LMH was opened in 1938, initially as an observation centre for mentaly ill prisoners and later as an observation wing for mentally ill patients from Athlone Hospital.