Lessons will go into great detail about all the different injuries and illnesses a witch or wizard can come by and how to treat or cure them. They deal with different areas of magic, including spells, potions, and plants, which means that any student who wishes to become a professional Healer would be required to take, at the very least, Healing, Charms, Potions and Alchemy, and Herbology. Healers may go on to be employees of medical institutions, or may start their own private medical practices.


First Year
  • Cleaning wounds (Scourgify)
  • Bruises (bruise removal paste)
  • Swelling (deflating draught)
  • Small cuts (Episkey, Essense of Murtlap)
Second Year
  • Respiration (Anapneo)
  • Broken bones (Ferula, Emendo, Skele-Gro)
  • Sleep-related potions (dreamless sleep potion, Wiggenweld potion)
Third Year
  • Blood-related spells and potions (Tergeo, blood-replenishing potion, Essence of Dittany)
  • Spell damage (Ennervate, Finite Incantatem, boil-cure potion, Mandrake restorative draught, curse alleviation charm)
  • Calming solutions (Draught of Peace)
  • Pepperup Potion
  • Review for E.M.U.
Fourth Year
  • Infirmary hours
  • Creature-induced injuries (burn-healing paste)
  • Antidotes (bezoar, anti-poison potion, Doxycide, Essence of Rue)
  • Deep gashes (wound-healing spell, wound-healing potions)
Fifth Year
  • Infirmary hours
  • Diseases (Wolfsbane potion)
  • Psychological issues (Cheering charm, shock spell, memory potion)
  • Review for S.T.O.M.P.


  • Taught by: Prof. Hermia Hart
  • Location: 8th Floor
  • Time
    • First Year: Day 2, Period 2
    • Second Year: Day 2, Period 4
    • Third Year: Day 1, Period 3
    • Fourth Year: Day 1, Period 8
    • Fifth Year: Day 2, Period 7
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
Fifth Year