What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a system that utilises treatment that stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms without toxic side-effects or addiction. Homeopathic practitioner, as a diagnostic profession, are able to play a greater role in the healthcare of patients by recognising the need
for referral and assuring that their prescriptions are allied to those of conventional medicine where required. Homeopathic practitioners are registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (AHPCSA).
Homeopathy Health Centre Address
Doornfontein Campus Clinic
Health Training Centre (1st Floor)
Sherwell Street (between Saratoga and Beit Street)
Tel: +27 (0)11 559 6493/5/7
Fax: +27 (0)11 559 6496
Email: Clinic Dispenser / Dr Tsele Tebakang
All services operate on an appointment basis and are offered at scheduled times.
Monday and Wednesday: 12:30 – 15:30
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:00 – 15:30
AHPCSA registered practitioners, interns and student interns will oversee your treatment.
Fees charged at the Homeopathy Health Centre, Doornfontein campus are greatly reduced and special fees are available for students, disabled and pensioners. All services operate on an appointment basis and are offered at scheduled times.
The fifth year and extended homeopathy students consult at two community outreach programmes; namely the Ennerdale and Soweto facilities. The Soweto centre has been running since 2006 and at current location in 2018. It just distance from Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital at Palm Bible church, a community church based at Moroka, Dhlamini Soweto. During 2014, the clinic started to operate on Tuesdays and Thursdays afternoons due to high demand. Students consult an average of 30-35 patients every week. The Ennerdale centre started to operate in 2004. It is situated in a school, Don Bosco Educational Projects that is run by Salesian sisters. The school caters for grade 1-7. The clinic runs on Thursdays and it is dominated by children even though it is open to the community of Mountain view, the surrounding area. The Department of complementary Medicine organises a Christmas function for more than 300 disadvantaged children in Ennerdale every year. The students and staff do various fund-raising projects, which enabled them to donate clothing and school shoes for the community.