Health Med. is the first interdisciplinary eLearning for healthcare platform, bridging traditional and complementary medicine
Our eLearning for healthcare training courses are created by our industry-leading faculty, based on the latest research available.
Developing specialists of the future through eLearning for healthcare
We are empowering healthcare professionals everywhere by nurturing their career development and bridging the gap between healthcare approaches and disciplines.
Using the latest technology in healthcare training, we are creating an online community where world-leading clinicians and researchers can easily share their diverse catalogue of knowledge and their latest research with healthcare professionals, through CPD accredited eLearning courses.
Our focus is on developing healthcare specialists of the future and enhancing clinical practices worldwide, by adopting a blend of western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine and complementary treatments to treat patients more successfully and faster.
Fanyi Meng CMD graduated in Beijing Chinese Medicine University in 1983, and moved on to qualify as a Western medical doctor (MD) and Chinese medicine doctor (CMD).
Dr. Fanyi Meng
Dr. TCM MBAcC
Dr. John Tsagaris CMD is an internationally renowned doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Dr. John Tsagaris
LAc, MBAcC, MBMAS
Kay worked in the private sector for ten years and then spent 25 years in higher education. She has lectured across the globe and held the Professorial Chair in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics at the University of Zimbabwe when she retired in 2004.
Prof. Kay Muir-Leresche
Brett Robertson is an award winning TCM acupuncturist, and considered a rising star practitioner and educator in the fields of cosmetic acupuncture & aesthetics.
LAc, MBAcC, MBMAS, MBBAIM
Karel gained his qualification in medicine at the University Maastricht, in the Netherlands in 1990. Karel is a GP with a special interest in dermatology, and impeccable minor surgery skills. He was part of the pioneering problem based learning developed at Maastricht University.
Dr. Karel Meuwissen
We are creating a canopy of knowledge to help healthcare professionals create wealth in knowledge, practice and outcomes – improving the health of people while creating economic resilience for healthcare professionals.
Feng Shui coin
Feng Shui coins or i-ching coins are commonly seen as a symbol of good fortune. It is believed that they can enhance the flow of positive qi and invite good luck and wealth. Additionally, they also safeguard from negative energy. The shapes symbolise attracting positive energy from Heaven (circle) and Earth (square).
Health Med. loves the idea of creating wealth in you so you can support the health in your patients.
Creating financial stability and wealth of knowledge for the healthcare community is at the heart of everything we do.