Frequently Asked Questions

Find some answers here and don't hesitate to ask us anything!

Where are we situated?

Corner Malibongwe and Tennessee Drive. Turn into Tennessee drive from Malibongwe, right onto Lascaris and the clinic is on the right-hand side.

How much is a consultation?

A general medical consultation inclusive of medication is R400.

First Ante-natal visit is R600 then R350 in first and second trimester. R200 in third trimester.

Do we take Medical Aid?

Currently, the client pays for the consultation and claims from medical aid.

Do we have a gynaecologist & dentist?

Presently, we do not offer these services and refer. We do however offer pap smears.

Is Medical Male Circumcision provided?

We offer FREE Medical Male Circumcision 

What are our opening times & closing times?

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 08h00 – 16h00

Tuesday and Thursday: 07h00 – 19h00

Closed weekends and Public Holidays.

Can appointments be made?

Yes, these can be done online at or by contacting the clinic reception on 010 493 6950 or our dedicated Whatsapp line on 066 400 1635.

Do we offer abortions?

We are not able to offer this service and advise that should you require this service to contact a registered service provider.

What happens if there is an emergency and the patient does not have R400?

The clinic staff will stabilise the patient and refer them to a public hospital but they are still liable for the R400 consultation fee

How big is the clinic and how many healthcare workers man the clinic?

The six-roomed facility is serviced by one doctor and three nurses.

Who is eligible for services at the Right to Care Research Esizayo?

Anyone who can afford the R400 fee including those on medical aids.

Which drugs are not covered by the R400 clinic fee?

All drugs are covered. ONLY immunisation is charged separately at R250

Do you have parking facilities?


Free Parking is available in front and around the Medical Centre.