Who can come to the Community Clinic?

Everyone is welcome. This is for anyone who cannot afford to pay for private healthcare services, for any reason. We will not ask …

What time is it operational?

The second Saturday of the month, all year around. It’s open from 9am to 2pm – but if there’s a need we’ll open …

What kind of screenings are on offer?

This is a new initiative, so we are starting with screenings for now and then evolve from there. Health screenings and advice Height …

What do I need to bring with me?

Nothing – just yourself

How much do I pay?

Nothing. It is totally free and you can come as often as you need to on any second Saturday of the month. Where …

Do I need to make an appointment, or can I just show up and walk-in?

Hours: The free Clinic hours are 09:00am to 2pm Booking: The attendees can register for the clinic via one of the following methods: …

What can I expect during the process?

You’ll have consultation (50% off if you ‘re having the drip) and tests to determine deficiencies. A cannula is placed in a vein …

Do I need to prepare myself in any way?

Not at all. Our medical professionals will guide you on the day.

How long does it take?

Please ensure you allow for an hour to an hour and a half for the full process, including post-process monitoring

Is it painful?

There is a small prick and slight discomfort when placing a needle in your arm.

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