Christian Medical Fellowship of South Africa
CMF exists with a view to helping Christian doctors, dentists and other health workers (pre- and post-graduate) to grow in their faith and witness, and to find Christian answers to the many ethical and other problems we face in the profession.
We believe that this is an important time for strengthening and encouraging one another. We need to learn from one another how to integrate spiritual gifts and medical skills for the sake of our patients and colleagues and to our Lord's glory.
To find out more about our beliefs, mission and history, read HERE.
- Sefako Makgatho & Pretoria University: 26 November 2016
- KZN University: 1 December (still to be confirmed)
- Free State University: 7 December
- Cape Town University: 10 December
- Wits: 11 December (still to be confirmed)
Dr John Patrick of Augustine College in Ottawa will speak on Ethics, God and dilemmas of modern society on Tuesday, 13th December 2016 at 7:30 – 9:00 PM Christ Church, Kenilworth. All welcome!
WSU CMF end of year event by Tamryn Baytopp Last night I had the privilege of attending the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) Christian Medical fellowship end of year function. This was a trip of first times for me, so was a special one. Some background to set the scene. In July…
Strategic plan for CMF South Africa The Christian Medical Fellowship in South Africa wants to be a fellowship for all Christian doctors and students in South Africa in order to encourage each other and serve God and humanity with their skills and talents. What do we believe God wants us…
With Healthcare Sunday rapidly approaching on Sunday 16 October 2016, we thought you might appreciate some resources to bring this day to the attention of your congregation. You’ll find a useful brochure prepared by the Christian Alliance (various Christian health care organisations, of which CMF is part of) for download at www.cmf.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/HCS-2016-English-colour-brochure.pdf You…
Harry Truman- former US president famously said “It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you don’t mind who gets the credit”. Victor Fredlund’s life bears testimony to this truth. He came to South Africa as a mission doctor straight after internship in London. He was part of a team of…