When Founded

In April 2014, Sr. N Ngobeni Reproductive Health Clinic was established by Sr. Ntombifuthi Mayinga-Ngobeni, in Nelspruit Mpumalanga, South Africa.

The trusted and proficient reproductive clinic further branched into Malelane, Mpumalanga, in April 2018, and has plans to branch further.

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide unmatched experience as the most trusted provider for women’s reproductive health care throughout South Africa.

In addition, while we are also providing our quality healthcare in Malelane, Nelspruit, and our surrounding communities.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a safe women’s reproductive healthcare service, with superiority, quality, and access to every patient through specialized clinical practice and education.

We aim to create a world where women’s reproductive healthcare is a priority and every woman knows that what happens with her body is her choice.

Values

  • Confidentiality
  • Respect
  • Compassion
  • Integrity
  • The work environment
  • Relationship with our patients
  • Our approach to Reproductive Health Care
  • Our relationship with our communities & those surrounding us
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Sr Mayinga-Ngobeni

Know More About Sr Mayinga-Ngobeni

Sr. H.N Mayinga-Ngobeni has over 22 years of experience in providing abortion service in Mpumalanga. She graduated at Limpopo College of Nursing with a Diploma in General, Community, Psychiatry, and Midwifery. She further obtained BA Care in Nursing Sciences, specializing in Nursing, Education, and Management at the University of South Africa (UNISA).

Adding on the list of her qualifications, Mayinga-Ngobeni also obtained a Certificate in Termination of Pregnancy and Reproductive Services (Trained by IPAS, through the National Department of Health, in the first group of midwifes in South Africa in 1998) and later obtained a Dispensing license.

Benefits Of Choosing Us

Patients Right To Information

Information about the health care services available to them, presented in a way that is easy to follow and use.

Personal Consideration, and Respect

Caring for our patients as individuals and treating them with the utmost respect.

Privacy, Modesty, And Dignity

Have their modesty protected and treated with dignity at all times. Remain independent and anonymous wherever possible.

Confidentiality

All patients have a right to confidentiality and are consistent with the right to privacy (Act No. 108 of 1996).