School of Clinical Medicine

KZN’s Top Two Matriculants Make UKZN Their “University of Choice”

March 17, 2020
Click here for isiZulu version KwaZulu-Natal’s top two achievers in the 2019 NSC matric exams have placed their faith in UKZN. Mr Aaron Naidu has registered for a BSc degree majoring in Data Science, whilst Ms Shweta Harilal will be studying towards her MBChB (Medicine). The pair is part of 136...
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Anaesthetics Acknowledges Top Student

March 17, 2020
Click here for isiZulu version UKZN’s Discipline of Anaesthetics extended its congratulations to Miss Ra’eesa Mohamed Yunus for obtaining the highest marks in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care and winning the South African Society of Anaesthesiologists [SASA] Horace Wells Medal for the Best Anaesthetics Student for 2019. Yunus, who is a...
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Student Leadership and EQ Development Workshops

March 17, 2020
The College of Health Sciences (CHS) hosted a series of development workshops on the Howard College campus for leadership students. The series comprised a one-day Emotional Intelligence (EQ) workshop for the Medical student leadership and a two-day leadership workshop for Nursing students. The aim of the workshops was to explore...
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#IMadeADoctor – Theme of Fundraiser to Help Keep Medical Students in Class

March 17, 2020
Click here for isiZulu version UKZN’s Medical Campus Representative Council (MCRC) has launched a campaign to raise funds for students with historical debt to enable them to register this year. ‘Our main aim is to raise funds to help clear the debt of those students who are faced with financial...
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Excellent Attendance at Master of Medicine Orientation

March 17, 2020
More than 112 potential registrars in the School of Clinical Medicine, the School of Laboratory Medicine and the School of Nursing and Public Health attended the College of Health Sciences’ (CHS) Master of Medicine (MMed) orientation function sponsored by Investec. The event brought together key role players, including the Department of...
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UKZN Medical School Class of ’69 Holds 50-Year Reunion

December 6, 2019
Many of UKZN’s Medical School Class of ’69 who attended their 50th reunion function in Durban recently are still in active practice. They include Dr Farouk Haffejee, Dr Ahmed Salejee, Dr Percy Naidoo, Dr Rajend Maharaj, Dr Titus Moghoro, Dr Bala Naidoo, Dr Les Ananth, Dr Steve Ramasuvha, Dr Thomas Rambau,...
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Welcome to The School of Clinical Medicine

UKZN’s School of Clinical Medicine is committed in growing health professionals and researchers to meet the challenges faced by Africans.

The school is also a proud supporter of the Fidel Castro Nelson Mandela Collaboration and over the years we have been able to welcome a large number of Cuban trained medical students into our academic stream and integrate them into our Decentralized Clinical Training Platform.

Together with KZN-Department of Health, our focus has been on ensuring that that we provide our clinical students with optimal clinical training of high quality; hence, we are continuously increasing and improving our Decentralized Clinical Training sites across the province to accommodate a growing number of students in this school.

This website will allow us to proudly share our brilliance and distinction in training, research and our community engagement initiatives

The School of Clinical Medicine is made up of the following disciplines:

AnaestheticsGeneral SurgeryInternal Medicine
Obstetrics & GynecologyCardiothoracic SurgeryCardiology
PsychiatryPaediatric SurgeryDermatology
Orthopaedic SurgeryPlastic SurgeryDiabetes and Endocrinology
OrtorhinolaryngologyNeurosurgeryEmergency Medicine
Clinical & Professional PracticeUrologyGastroenterology
OphthalmologyPaediatrics & Child HealthGeneral Medicine
RadiologyRadiotherapy and OncologyGeriatrics
Nuclear Medicine Infectious Diseases
  Nephrology
  Neurology
   Pulmonology
  Rheumatology

FOR MBChB ENQUIRES CONTACT:


Ms Vasanthie Brijlal
Tel: 031 260 4563
E-mail: brijlalv@ukzn.ac.za

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