BHA Norwich Charitable Homeopathy Clinic
28 Queen’s Road
Appointments and enquiries01603 813 999
Opening timesOne full day per month
DoctorThe clinic is run Dr Katalin Borbely MFHom
About the clinic
The British Homeopathic Association (BHA) has funded a homeopathy clinic in Norwich since 2011. The clinic is run by Dr Katalin Borbely, a GP trained in homeopathic medicine and a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy, who manages the service on the BHA’s behalf. Dr Borbely is originally from Hungary, where she had a thriving practice for many years. She has also worked in Denmark and, more recently, as a GP and homeopathic physician in the UK.
When the clinic first opened it operated from the Humbleyard Centre in Mulbarton, but since June 2015 it has been based at The Rowan House Centre in the village of Hethersett, six miles from Norwich.
Hethersett is just a short car journey from the centre of Norwich and is well served by the local bus service. The Rowan House Centre is a centre for complementary health offering a wide range of therapies.
The BHA Norwich Homeopathic Clinic operates for one full day a month.
Originally funded by a generous legacy made to the BHA, the clinic is run on a charitable basis. Although patients are not charged, they are encouraged to make donations towards their treatment. All donations go directly to the clinic. The generosity of supporters has made a valuable contribution towards the running costs of the clinic over the last four years, and the BHA hopes that this support will continue to grow to help to ensure the homeopathy clinic serves the people of Norwich for many years to come.
Since the clinic opened four years ago patient numbers have steadily increased year on year, with patient feedback being very positive. Here is what a few of them have said:
After my first appointment I feel very positive. I am grateful to have someone look at the whole picture, not just the external signal.”
I was impressed with Dr Borbely’s ability to explain symptoms in a concise way, which really helped me to visualise both the problem and the solution. This must be the way forward for the NHS.”
It was a truly remarkable and pleasant experience.”