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.
Events & Opportunities
CMF SA National
Conference 29 June - 2 July 2017
CMF annual conference will be held at the Manyano Centre in Paarl this
year. Read more about it HERE.
- R1300 Students
- R1500 Graduates
- R350 Single Day Rate
- R1000 Whole Weekend Day Rate
Register online here
(proof of payment must accompany online registration)
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