Norwich Homeopathic Clinic
A new homeopathic clinic opened in the Norwich area on Tuesday 10th May 2011. The clinic is being funded by a generous donation of £30,000 made to the British Homeopathic Association by one of the charity’s supporters and is currently held once a fortnight on Tuesdays at the Humbleyard Centre in Mulbarton which offers a wide range of alternative therapies.
The clinic is run on a charitable basis, and although patients are not charged they are encouraged to make donations towards their treatment. It is hoped that through patient donations the clinic will become self-financing.
The clinic is run by Dr Katalin Borbely who is a GP trained in homeopathic medicine and member (MFHom) of the Faculty of Homeopathy. Katalin is Hungarian and had a popular practice there for many years. She has also worked in Denmark and in the UK. Working throughout eastern England as a locum GP, Katalin has acquired extensive knowledge of the region. She has also worked at what was then the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital. As a result of her peripatetic working background Katalin speaks three languages.
The British Homeopathic Association (BHA) has learned that the Humbleyard Centre for Complementary Therapies is to close at the beginning of May. The homeopathic clinic run by Dr Borbely at the centre will continue up until that time. The BHA is now actively looking to secure alternative clinic space in the Norwich area with the aim of continuing the homeopathy service in a new location from June onwards. If you would like to be included in the mailing list for updates on progress please send your contact details to Dr Borbely on firstname.lastname@example.org or call the BHA main line on 01582 408675. (Updated on 16 March 2015)