Welcome To Eswatini Medical and Dental Council

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8am to 5pm Contact : +268 2404 4980


The main objective of Continued Professional Development program is to provide health care professionals with opportunities .......


Fees for Registration; (In Emalangeni)

Medical Practitioner 1000.00

Medical Specialist 1500.00

Dental Practitioner 1000.00


We keep a database of all registered Practitioners. all registered are given unique Id number and by clicking here you can be able to seach registered practitioners

Eswatini Medical And Dental Council

Eswatini Medical and Dental Council (EMDC) was established through the Medical and Dental Practitioners Act of 1970. EMDC’s mandate is to regulate the registration and licencing of health professionals, their professional conduct and practice as well as training, including continued development and internship training. Eswatini Medical and Dental Council is a member of the Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) and the International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities (IAMRA). The membership and regulated health professionals of EMDC include General Medical Practitioners, Medical Specialists, Dentists, all Pharmacy Cadres, Laboratory Cadres, Medical Imaging Cadres, Emergency Medical Services Cadres, Allopathic Practitioners, Anaesthetists, Clinical Psychologists, Rehabilitation Cadres, Optometrists, Nutrition Cadres, Dieticians as well as Natural and Therapeutic Practitioners.

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Our Services


Screening and licencing of new professionals.

Licence Renewal

Screening and renewal of Annual Practice Licences.


Safeguard the public by ensuring that the quality of the Doctor’s/ Health care professionals.


Issuing Certificates of Good Standing.


Resolving complaints of professional mal-practice.

Renewal Fees

Collection of registration and licence renewal fees.

Our Statistics


General Medical Practitioner






Coronavirus symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?

Coronavirus has spread to more than 110 countries, including the UK, and claimed more than 4,600 lives.So, what is the disease and how does it spread?

How do I protect myself?

The best thing is regular and thorough hand washing, preferably with soap and water.Coronavirus spreads when an infected person coughs small droplets - packed with the virus - into the air. These can be breathed in, or cause an infection if you touch a surface they have landed on then your eyes, nose or mouth.So, coughing and sneezing into tissues, not touching your face with unwashed hands, and avoiding close contact with infected people are important for limiting the spread.

Does Medicare cover dental treatment?

Medicare does not cover the costs of routine dental care, though it will cover dental treatment if it is a part of emergency care. Learn more here.