Two new clinics are now providing medical homeopathy in Bath. The clinics are the result of a partnership between the Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine (PCIM) and the British Homeopathic Association (BHA). Based in Bristol, the PCIM provides an integrative approach to healthcare and includes a number of Faculty members among its clinical team.
The private PCIM homeopathy clinic is operating from the Practice Rooms in Upper Borough Walls, Bath. As a social enterprise, the PCIM is keen to make all of its services accessible and this is reflected in the competitive prices charged at its private clinics.
The Bath charitable homeopathy clinic is a cooperative clinic, funded by the BHA and administrated by the PCIM. It is for patients seeking homeopathic treatment but who cannot afford to access private homeopathic services. The clinic will be based at a medical venue to be announced shortly.
Both Bath clinics will be run by local GP and Faculty member Dr Domnita Neagu, who is also an integrative medicine practitioner at the PCIM.
Commenting on the new venture Dr Neagu said: “Stepping into a gentle, entirely natural, holistic, medical approach has been the most rewarding professional role in my medical career so far. I wholeheartedly welcome the initiative to offer this generous service to the people of Bath and look forward to bringing my contribution to the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of the local community.”
Dr Neagu has worked in mainstream medicine for the past ten years, having initially trained in hospital medicine. She began her training in homeopathy in 2007, studying at the School of Homeopathy in Stroud and at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.
For more information about the Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine visit www.portlandcentrehealthcare.co.uk