The Doctors

Dr. Anthony Smith

MFamMed (UCT Cum Lauda)
Msc Med Anth (UCL)
Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine

Dr. Anthony Smith was born in Cape Town, and is privileged to provide health care in Sea Point, the area in which he grew up and spent his formative years.

Dr. Anthony Smith completed his medical studies (MBChB) at the University of Cape Town, and thereafter worked for a further six months in Pediatrics at Red Cross Hospital, achieving a Diploma in Child Health through the College of Paediatrician’s of South Africa. (DCH.SA) He also completed six months in Emergency Medicine at Groote Schuur Hospital.

He subsequently spent five years in the United Kingdom completing a vocational training as a Family Physician as well as pursuing further sub-specialty training in the medical care of the Elderly achieving a Diploma in Geriatric Medicine through the Royal College of Physicians. (DGM) While in the United Kingdom, he took time off clinical medicine to pursue a year studying the intersection between the Humanities and Health, with a Masters in Medical Anthropology (Msc.Med.Anthro) at University College London (UCL).

Thereafter Dr. Smith returned to South Africa to commence practice as a Family Doctor where has been providing integrated primary care for 18 years. During this time he has achieved a Masters in Family Medicine – Cum Lauda (MFamMed) at the University of Cape Town, and has been teaching in the Department of Family Medicine at UCT for 15 years. Dr. Smith has been increasingly involved with Sexual Medicine during the last few years, achieving a Fellowship through the European Committee of Sexual Medicine (ESSM) and is currently the President of the Southern African Sexual Health Association (SASHA).

Dr Cindy Kerbel


Dip PEC (SA) Diploma in Primary Emergency Care

Dip HIV Man (SA) Diploma in HIV Management

Dr. Kerbel graduated from the University of Cape Town Medical School in 2005 was awarded the Dowie Dunn memorial prize for the best 6th year student in Paediatrics. After completing her internship and community service she spent an additional 6 years working in various State hospitals gaining experience in a broad range of fields including Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Oncology and Psychiatry.

She obtained a Diploma in Primary Emergency Care in 2008 and a Diploma in HIV Management in 2011.

In 2010 she spent a year abroad working as a doctor on board international cruise liners.

Dr. Kerbel has been working as a general practitioner in private practice since 2014.

She has a passion for people and believes that being a GP allows her the privilege of building lasting relationships with her patients and their families. In addition to providing acute and chronic care she believes strongly in preventative medicine and screening to assist patients in achieving optimal health and wellness.

She is married and is the proud mother of two beautiful children.