Tokai, Cape Town

Tokai Estate

Faircape Health Tokai’s world-class care aims to bridge the gap between hospital and home. Our Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) of leading healthcare professionals administers care in the most therapeutic environment possible and supports healing outcomes in all aspects. The step down facility is located within 500m of the M3 motorway close to the Blue Route Mall.

Private Rooms
From R42 000 P/M

Types of Care offered at Tokai Estate

Faircape Health Tokai offers comprehensive Long Term, Palliative, and Sub Acute Care, in addition to In Patient Rehabilitation, Outpatient Healthcare Services and Respite care. Care provided by our Multi-Disciplinary Team ensures that all healing needs are addressed to support optimal outcomes.

Acute Care

Acute care is a branch of secondary healthcare where a patient receives active but short-term treatment for a severe injury or episode of illness, an urgent medical condition, or during recovery from surgery.

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Sub-Acute Care & Rehabilitation

Sub-acute care is care provided in a hospital environment – typically after an acute hospital or Intensive Care Unit stay. Sub-acute care and rehabilitation facilities differ from intensive care environments in that they are led by allied discipline clinicians supported by medical generalists focusing on rehabilitation.

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Outpatient Healthcare Services

Outpatient healthcare services are medical care services provided to people after they’ve returned to their home environment. At Faircape Health, we pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence in providing outpatient healthcare services in a world class setting with state-of-the-art equipment on a consultation basis.

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Respite Care

Respite care is temporary care, either planned or emergency, aimed at caregivers. These programmes provide short-term breaks for families and carers to support and maintain the primary caregiving relationship.

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Long Term Care (Chronic Care & Frail Care)

Our long term care services provide ongoing care and support to those no longer living independently. This type of care is highly individualised and emphasises the inherent worth of the individual and the centrality of human values.

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Palliative Care (End of Life Care)

At Faircape Health, we provide specialised, compassionate care for people nearing the end of their life, or in the advanced stage of a terminal illness. End-of-life care involves a range of possible decisions, including patients’ rights and choice of medical interventions.

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Specialised Services at Tokai Estate

Faircape Tokai Health offers a variety of specialised medical services including dialysis, oncology care, transplant care, blood transfusions, NGT and PEG feeding, Stoma care, IV fluids and antibiotics, wound care as well as in house x-ray facilities.

Amputation Rehabilitation

Amputation rehabilitation is aimed at helping amputees ambulate and operate independently with the use of a prosthetic limb. This type of rehabilitation helps people return to their occupations and to reintegrate back into social life.

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised programme, designed to improve cardiovascular health for anyone recovering from a heart condition. Cardiac rehabilitation is beneficial for those recovering from a heart attack (mycoardial infarction), heart failure, cardiac surgery, or other heart conditions that required surgery or intensive medical care.

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Chronic Pain Rehabilitation

Chronic Pain Rehabilitation is a medical, physical and psychological rehabilitation program for individuals with chronic pain. It includes a strong exercise focus, helping patients gain pain relief, strength, endurance and flexibility.

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Geriatric Rehabilitation

Geriatric rehabilitation aims to restore function, enhance residual functional capability, restore lost function where possible, and improve the quality of life, especially for those who are frail.

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Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation is designed to help the person return to the highest level of function and independence possible, while improving the overall quality of life — physically, emotionally, and socially.

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Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological rehabilitation focuses on improving one’s function, reducing neurological symptoms and improving the wellbeing of people who have experienced a neurological event or have been diagnosed with a neurological condition.

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Oncology Rehabilitation (Cancer Care)

Oncology rehabilitation helps people with cancer or recovering from cancer to maintain, improve and restore physical and emotional well-being. This form of rehabilitation focuses on reducing or eliminating side-effects of cancer treatment and improving survivors’ quality of life.

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Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Orthopaedic rehabilitation (OR) is a form of physiotherapy which aims to reduce pain, reduce pain medication reliance, improve mobility and enhance quality of life.

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Prehabilitation is a unique form of physical therapy which improves post-operative outcomes by improving pre-operative performance. This evidence-based approach to surgery recovery has shown to reduce the length of hospital stay, post-operative pain, as well as complications after surgery.

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a far-reaching treatment incorporating exercise, education and behavioural intervention to help those with chronic lung disease. Programmes include training, health education, breathing techniques, nutritional guidance, and smoking cessation support to name a few.

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Our Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Approach

Tokai Health employs a group of healthcare professionals who form part of the Multi Disciplinary team (MDT) responsible for providing comprehensive health services. The MDT consists of a medical practice of five doctors, a Nursing Services team, Carers, an on-site Pharmacy, as well as our aligned Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Discharge Planners, and Dietitian. The MDT work together to administer care and support optimal outcomes for patients.


Tokai Estate Hospital Facilities

Tokai Health offers state of the art facilities to enable and maximise the patients rehabilitation and recovery. Accommodation is specifically designed for comfort and stress free recovery. From en-suite bathrooms to assisted and wheelchair accessible showers, Faircape Tokai combines world class healthcare provision with the comforts of premium hospitality. The facility offers a Gym and Rehabilitation room, Piped and Mobile Oxygen, Coffee Shop, Hairdresser, peaceful Outdoor Courtyard as well as an on-site Pharmacy.

Blood Transfusion

At Faircape Health we are able to administer blood transfusions to our patients who are symptomatic of anaemia and requiring blood products.

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Faircape Health features on-site dialysis equipment allowing us to fully support patients with renal failure. Patients receiving chronic dialysis are able to receive their dialysis at the facility during their rehabilitation period.

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Pathology / Blood Tests

Faircape Health is able to perform pathology / blood tests on-site to gauge pathology, check nutritional deficiencies, inform treatment courses, and to closely measure and monitor healing outcomes.

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Faircape Health is proud to offer the services of our fully licensed pharmacy for all acute and chronic medication needs. Tokai Health Pharmacy is conveniently situated at Tokai Estate, but services extend to all 6 of our facilities.

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Radiology / X-Rays

At Faircape Health, our x-ray facility allows us to diagnose patients and perform certain medical processes at our sub-acute facility without the need for ambulance transportation.

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Rehabilitation Room and Gym

A state-of-the art fully equipped rehabilitation room and gymnasium aids our therapists in offering quality services to accelerate recovery and fully achieve outcomes for all of our patients.

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