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  2. Buda Health Center - Wikipedia

    The Buda Health Center is a private health clinic in Budapest. Established in 2000, it offers outpatient health care in two locations in the XIIth District, on Nagy Jenő Street and Királyhágó Street, and in one location in the IIIrd District, at the Graphisoft Park. More than 100 physicians [1] in 45 specialties see their private patients ...

  3. Semmelweis University - Wikipedia

    Semmelweis University ( Hungarian: Semmelweis Egyetem, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈsɛmːɛlvɛjs ˈɛɟɛtɛm]) is a research-led medical school in Budapest, Hungary, founded in 1769. [2] With six faculties and a doctoral school it covers all aspects of medical and health sciences. The university is also the largest provider of health care ...

  4. Healthcare in Hungary - Wikipedia

    All national and county hospitals have heliports, including the specialized and most professional university clinics and emergency centers in Budapest, Pécs, Szeged, and Debrecen. Medical tourism Lake Hévíz, the second largest thermal lake in the world. Hungary is one of the main destinations of medical tourism in Europe.

  5. List of hospitals in Hungary - Wikipedia

    Budapest City Atlas, Szarvas-Dimap, Budapest, 2011, ISBN 978-963-03-9124-5 Magyarország autóatlasz, Dimap-Szarvas, Budapest, 2004, ISBN 963-03-7576-1 Clinics and hospitals of the University of Pécs

  6. National Center for Spinal Disorders - Wikipedia

    The National Center for Spinal Disorders is located in the 12th District of Budapest, Hungary, on Királyhágó Street. [1] It is the only hospital in Hungary that covers virtually the entire diagnostic and treatment spectrum of spinal disorders from diagnosis and non-surgical and surgical treatments through to rehabilitation. [citation needed]

  7. Széchenyi thermal bath - Wikipediaéchenyi_thermal_bath

    Széchenyi thermal bath. /  47.51861°N 19.08194°E  / 47.51861; 19.08194. The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath in Budapest ( IPA: [seːtʃeːɲi], Hungarian: Széchenyi gyógyfürdő) is the largest medicinal bath in Europe. [citation needed] Its water is supplied by two thermal springs, one at 74 °C (165 °F) and the other at 77 °C (171 °F).

  8. National Public Health Centre - Wikipedia

    National Public Health Centre ( NPHC) ( Hungarian: Nemzeti Népegészségügyi Központ; NNK) is a Hungarian centralised budgetary body based in Budapest having been established in 2018 as the legal successor of the State Public Health and Medical Officer Service (ÁNTSZ). [2] [3] In December 2018, Hungarian physician Cecília Müller became ...

  9. Semmelweis Museum of Medical History - Wikipedia

    The Semmelweis Museum, Library and Archive of the History of Medicine ( Hungarian: Semmelweis Orvostörténeti Múzeum, Könyvtár és Levéltár) is a museum, library and archive in Budapest, Hungary. It was founded in 1965, and became a department of the Hungarian National Museum in 2017. The museum is located in the 18th-century house where ...