Dr Elizabeth Murray is a registered specialist radiation oncologist with a special interest in breast cancer. In her clinical practice, she focuses exclusively on breast cancer treatment and at present the treatment of Post-viral fatigue syndrome.
Dr Elizabeth Murray has a private practice in the Southern Suburbs with services which include chemotherapy, hormonal, biological and radiotherapy. Elizabeth practices evidence-based treatment and care of breast cancer patients. She believes that breast cancer patients should be discussed at multidisciplinary clinics or panels and be assessed preoperatively by a specialist surgeon and specialist oncologist.
During COVID-19 and unrelated to breast cancer, she has also opened her practice to patients with Post-viral fatigue syndrome as she is experienced and knowledgeable in this field.
This Capetonian Doctor started his education path at Rondebosch Boys School and completed his tertiary studies at University of Cape Town. He gained plenty of post-graduate experience while working at Edendale Hospital, running a 24-bed hospital during his Military service, and working in the United Kingdom thereafter. For the last three years, Dr Caldis has specialised in a Concierge Medical Practice-catering to the hospitality industry. His love of meeting people, compassion, calm and gentle approach puts his patients at ease and helps them on their road to recovery. His two philosophies of life are “Pan Metron Ariston” – Ancient Greek for “Everything in Moderation”, and the other is “Life is a Gift” describe his empathetic approach to medicine and the wellbeing of all whom he cares for.
Consultations are R493.60. All medical aids are accepted.
As a paediatrician, Dr Moore manages the health of children from birth to late adolescence with problems ranging from acute, life-threatening illnesses to chronic diseases, and focuses on good health promotion, including their physical, behavioural, and mental wellbeing. Dr Moore's knowledge in the field of Paediatrics is vast and varied, but he has a keen interest in Neurodevelopment, Neurology, Gastroenterology and Cardiology, and Neonatology.
Dr Nicolette Rivera graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2004. She completed her internship and community service in Gauteng. After that she worked in Primary Healthcare in the UK, and then Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology at Groote Schuur Hospital.
Nicolette started in General Practice in 2012. She worked in a group practice for 6 years, and then locumed at various well known practices, while having time to care for her two young children. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages, but has a special interest in women and children’s health, travel medicine and infectious diseases. Nicolette believes that good healthcare should always include both an understanding of the patient’s life and experience, and a thorough explanation of the cause and treatment of any disease.
Consultations are R493.60. All medical aids are accepted.
With over 25 years of experience in clinical practice, Professor Hudson is an internationally renowned expert in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery. After graduating from the University of Cape Town (UCT), he successively became a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He subsequently obtained a Master of Medicine degree in Plastic Surgery from UCT. Professor Hudson is the only plastic surgeon in South Africa to hold fellowships with both The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the American College of Surgeons. For two decades up until 2021, Professor Hudson was the head of the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital.
Today, he runs his private practice specializing in breast reconstruction, skin cancer surgery, breast and body procedures, cosmetic procedures and non-surgical procedures.
Professor Hudson is at the forefront of treatment, teaching and research in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Professor Hudson serves on the editorial board of the British Journal of Plastic Surgery. He is the only South African to regularly review for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – the world’s leading plastic surgery journal. He is also on the editorial board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and its sister journal PRS GO. Professor Hudson's contribution to these internationally acclaimed journals has led to new advances in breast surgery and breast reconstruction post mastectomy. This is a special and prestigious acknowledgement from leading plastic surgeons around the world.
Prof Carol Hlela is one of two specialist paediatric dermatologists in the country. She diagnoses and treats common and rare skin conditions for both children and adults, including the following;
Hair loss (alopecia).
Moles; screening and care.
Skin cancer screening.
Rashes; caused by allergic reactions or bacteria/fungal infections.
Pigmented and vascular conditions; melasma, vitiligo and birthmarks.
Actinic keratosis (AK).
She also performs minor surgical procedures, including skin biopsies, surgical removal of skin lesions (e.g., cysts, warts), and laser treatment of vascular birthmarks.
Consultation Fees; R745 per 30 minute consultation.
Prof Carol Hlela is a dermatologist with a Master's in Science in Global Health Science (MSc GHS) and a PhD in Clinical Medicine from Oxford University.
Currently heading the dermatology department in the paediatric unit at the Red Cross Children Hospital, she is also employed by the University of Cape Town, where she teaches medical students, supervises PhD candidates.
Her dedication and exceptional work led her to become the first recipient of the prestigious Netcare Hamilton Naki Clinical Scholarship, which was established to contribute to South African leadership in all branches of academic medicine. Her remarkable journey has led her to become one of South Africa's most well respected paediatric dermatologists.