Dr Stacey Fine graduated from Wits University in 2010, after which she then relocated to Cape Town to complete her internship and Community service at New Somerset Hospital and Vanguard community health Centre.She has also completed her United States Medical Licensing Exams in 2018.
She has gained experience in the Haematology and Stem cell transplant unit at UCT Private/ Groote Schuur, as well as working as a general practitioner in private practices in and around Cape Town. She also has gained experience working as a senior specialist medical advisor for the chronic medicine department at Medscheme.
Although she deals with all aspects of family practice, she has a particular interest in women’s and children’s health.
Dr Marc Davidowitz Qualified from the University of Cape Town Medical School in 2011 with Distinction and First Class Honours throughout his studies. While at UCT he was very involved in their outreach programmes and was in charge of a SHAWCO (Student Health and Welfare Centres Organisation) clinic in one of the communities.
He completed two years Internship at the Port Elizabeth Hospital Complex gaining experience in all medical and surgical fields. He then returned to Cape Town in 2014 to complete his Community Service at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital where he spent the year working in General Paediatrics.
He was involved as one of the doctors for Eastern Province Rugby during his stay in Port Elizabeth as well as working at major sporting events such as Ironman and the IRB Rugby Sevens for two years. He is a keen athlete himself having competed in several Ironman races as well as other individual sporting events.
He has a passion for medicine and adopting a holistic approach towards patients. He is involved in all fields of General Practice and has an interest in Paediatrics and Sports Medicine/Sports related injuries.
Dr Stefan Bezuidenhout graduated from the University of the Free State (UOVS) and subsequently completed 2 years of internship at Johannesburg General Hospital, which was followed by community service at Carletonville Hospital.
He then moved to Cape Town in 2013, where he completed numerous diplomas in age-reversal and aesthetics (Botox, fillers, chemical peels, threads etc), while working in private emergency departments at Cape Town Mediclinic and Chris Barnard hospital.
Keeping up to date with new developments in the general medical and anti-ageing field is important to him, this currenlty includes the field of integrative medcine (the blending of conventional western medcine with evidence based, natural alternative medcines/therapies).
To keep a balanced lifestyle Stefan continues with his regular gym regime and has a keen interest in fitness and bodybuilding. This has lead to an interest in sports related injuries, men’s health, sexual health, hormone replacement, depression and anxiety.
Stefan believes that each patient is unique and needs an individually tailored approach.