DISA Sexual and Reproductive Health Care

The DISA Clinic offers a range of Sexual and Reproductive Health services for women. It is located in Hurlingham Manor in Sandton.  All services are confidential and include counselling and referral services as well as physical exams and care.

You don’t need a doctor’s referral to visit the clinic, but you must make an appointment using the phone numbers below. Drop – ins will only be seen if time permits. The clinic is fully wheelchair accessible.


 Map and directions to get to the DISA Clinic

Family Planning services:

Clinic staff will do a full health assessment and help you decide what are the best contraceptive choices for you. We will also be happy to answer any of your questions. Birth control pills and other methods, such as Depo Provera injections can be scripted from the clinic.

Clinic staff can insert IUD’s. Condoms are distributed free. Emergency contraception is also available from the Clinic including pills or a post – coital IUD.
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Reproductive Health Care:

The clinic provides pregnancy testing as well as counselling and referrals.


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Termination of pregnancy Clinic / Care:

The clinic provides counselling for women with unwanted pregnancies and information about different Termination of pregnancy options. We also provide full medical care for women who choose to have a Termination of pregnancy including post Termination of pregnancy follow up and counselling. The Clinic employes a Specialist Gynaecologist.

 

Sexual Health Care:

 


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