About Clinix Health Academy
As part of our commitment to contribute to the national pool of skills in the fields of nursing and health sciences, Clinix Health Group established its very own nursing college in June 2014. Clinix Health Academy,
situated at Clinix Solomon Stix Morewa Memorial Hospital in Johannesburg,
offers a range of basic and formal programmes that are registered with the The South African Nursing Council.
The Academy has a team of highly experienced lecturers,clinical facilitators and administrators who are committed to rendering exceptional service to all stakeholders.
The Academy accommodates approximately 100 learners per intake and boasts facilities that include classrooms, a library and a computer laboratory.
The Academy will be instrumental in the development and empowerment of many South Africans, in particular, people from disadvantaged communities and will assist in alleviating the national healthcare skills shortage.
•To maintain viability and sustainability in the private educational and training market
• To uplift the current standards of nursing
• To train professionals and address the shortage of health professionals in South Africa for the future
Strategic focus areas
•Quality in our teaching and learning activities, assessment processes, customer service
• To offer best affordable training(value for money)
• Innovation and creativity
• Excellence, every day and every way and in everything we do to align academy with Clinix Health Group’s strategic objectives
• Community engagement
Academy Contact Information
121 Eloff Street
Johannesburg (Same building as Solomon Stix Morewa Memorial Hospital)
Tel: (011) 491-4206 /4142 /4159
Acting Health Academy Principal: Rose Ndlovu
To provide quality education that is equitable and accessible to all and lays the
foundation for lifelong learning and service for healthcare facilities in South Africa.
To develop health care professionals and students by extending the boundaries of knowledge through
innovative teaching and training and transferring of such knowledge into care practice and diverse society...