The exponential dysfunction of public hospital emanates from an inability to manage real-time systems with complex dynamic behavior. The service delivery dissatisfaction results in poor resource allocation, human factors, poor energy transition and demand-supply imbalance. Smart hospital, therefore, stands as the only state-of-art option that addresses these defects. This concept supports big data applications, ambient automation, social control and management of the environment; handling a huge amount of data based on daily operations, services, and resources. Smart hospital connects different units of the hospital, manages energy consumption and facilitates the use of medical care for patients and other stakeholders; communication platform enabler, real-time drug inventory monitor, a welfare facilitator, protection and security enabler that initiates treatment, creates identity for each patient, doctor, nurse and other stakeholders with the use of digital. This paper presents a digital framework for a smart hospital system that processes services for optimal healthcare delivery. The framework further underpins smart hospital as a partner of smart grid for energy transition; in consideration of the load consumption of the medical devices (and beyond) within the facility. Finally, the paper enlists the value potentials of Health 4.0 to healthcare service delivery particularly to developing economies.