Making an Appointment

All appointments need to be made telephonically.  

Contac Glenda / Yvonne on 021 761 4967


Points to Note:  

  • On average there is a waiting period for appointments of 2 MONTHS (6-8 weeks);Please discuss with the receptionists.


  • Dr Schlegel does not work during the Private School Holidays in April, July, September and December/January;


  • At least 1 day of each week Dr Schlegel consults at Red Cross Children's Hospital;


  • Dr Schlegel specialises in Paediatric Neurology, Development Difficulties, Learning Difficulties and Behaviour Problems.  She does not see patients with general paediatric problems;


  • Appointments and follow up appointments need to be made well in advance;


  • Appointments must be confirmed (by the patient), 48 hrs beforehand;


  • The first appointment will either be 60 or 120 mins - please bear this in mind;


  • Prior to any appointment there is a large amount of information and paperwork required (from parents, school teachers, therapists, doctors etc).  The receptionist will advise what is required;


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llie | Reply 14.08.2019 13.20

Good-day I have been referred by Catherin Futter to make an secure an appointment with Dr. Schlegel or Dr.Ackeman. Is it possible you can provide possible dates

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22.01 | 05:27

I grew up in CPT, now living in USA and will be visiting parents in March with my 10yr son who has Leigh syndrome. Need to have local doc in case of emergency.

27.11 | 17:19

Dr Schlegel says that you may see her or a psychiatrist - whoever is the most convenient for you to consult.
Please cal 021 7614967 for any further info

26.11 | 08:06

Dear Dr Schlegel, I have an 8-year old low-spectrum Autistic grandchild with behavioral problems,mainstream school. should she see you or a paed.psychiatrist?

13.10 | 08:23

Dr Schlegel My son is 6years old and has been in OT for three years and recently had a course (20 sessions) of neurofeedback. He finds it hard to be still.

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