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.