What is Medical Homeopathy?
Medical Homeopathy is a holistic approach delivered by qualified doctors that uses a low dose of natural medicine to stimulate a self-healing response in the body.
Medical Homeopathy can be useful to improve symptoms and wellbeing across a wide range of long-term or complex conditions including childhood eczema, ADHD, inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, obesity, and anxiety or depression. It can be used successfully alongside conventional medicine.
For further information, please visit the Faculty of Homeopathy or British Association of Homeopathy websites which provide a wide range of information about and resources in support of this complementary medicine.
Our team of GMC registered Medical Homeopathic doctors are all members of the Faculty of Homeopathy, the registering body for statutorily regulated healthcare professionals who use Homeopathy in their clinical practice.
Being fully trained in conventional and complementary medicine means that our doctor will always consider all medical avenues for their patients, and apply their knowledge using an Integrative Medicine model.
Our Medical Homeopathy team:
- Dr Elizabeth Thompson (Bristol)
- Dr Willa Muir (Street)
- Dr Domnita Neagu (Bristol and Bath)
- Dr Julie Geraghty (Bristol)
- Dr Kathy Drewett (Bristol)
Following a decision by the local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in August 2018, we will no longer be able to offer NHS appointments for homeopathy from February 2019.
If you are one of our NHS patients you will still be able to make an appointment with us until that time. We are writing to all patients with more information, but you can ring us to find out more and book your last NHS appointment.
We recognise that changes to this NHS service is going to impact those of you who otherwise can’t afford complementary and holistic approaches to healthcare. We are seeking to make medical homeopathy as accessible as possible and hope to have more low-cost options for patients in Bristol in the near future.
Low-Cost Clinics (Bath and Street)
We offer Medical Homeopathy at substantially reduced prices to those who receive a state benefit such as the Personal Independent Payment or Job Seekers Allowance, or who earn less than £16,000 per annum. Our low-cost clinics are currently based in Bath and Street.
These clinics are supported by the British Homeopathic Association (BHA), a registered charity that promotes the health benefits of homeopathy and works to ensure the public has increased access to the therapy.
Where is the Medical Homeopathic Service delivered?
Our clinics are currently delivered in three locations in the South West of England:
- Bristol: Litfield House Medical Centre, 1 Litfield Place, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3LS
- Bath: The Practice Rooms, 26 Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1RH
- Street: Vine Surgery, Hindhayes Lane, Street BA16 0ET
Book an appointment
Please call 0117 370 1875 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
As a social enterprise we are keen to make all of our services accessible and this is reflected in our prices.
- Low-cost appointments: £20 initial consultation 60 minutes / £15 follow-up 30 minutes
- Private appointments: £120 initial consultation 60 minutes / £60 follow-up 30 minutes
The fees need to be paid before your appointment and can be paid by card, cheque, bank transfer or PayPal. Please speak to our enquiries team for details.
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please call as soon as you can so that we can offer your appointment to someone else on the waiting list.
If you cancel with more than 48 hours notice you will not be charged.
If you cancel an appointment for the first time with less than a 48 hours’ notice you will be charged 50% of the fee. If you subsequently cancel the rearranged appointment with less than 48 hours’ notice you will be charged at full price.
If no notice is given and you do not attend your appointment, you will be charged the full price.