I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at Semmelweis University in 2005. After working at the Emergency Department at Szent Imre Hospital, between 2008 and 2009 I worked at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Szent György County Hospital in Fejér, where I gained significant experience as a general doctor: in a single year, I completed 223 births, including several breach-position births. I spent my residency training at the No.1 Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic at Semmelweis University. I completed a specialization in obstetrics and gynecology at Szent Margit Hospital in 2013. From 2017 to 2021, I worked as a senior physician in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Vaszary Kolos Hospital in Esztergom, before also working as a chief physician and deputy head of department. I began offering private health care in 2011, and have worked at private health institutions since 2021.
In line with my medical beliefs, I want to be a partner in the health of women, and to help protect and enjoy their femininity, with the emphasis on prevention. In this process, it is vital that the patient also plays an active role.
Unfortunately, I have not been personally successful in starting a family, in having children. This is why this topic is close to my heart: I want to help people who would like children to navigate the maze of infertility examinations and treatments. I can see from my own example that, professionally speaking, this is not a simple process.
I currently live together with my husband and four dogs, which means that my free-time is well-defined: taking my dogs for a walk. After a stressful day, running is also a great way to relieve tension – or knitting, if all my muscles are aching. I always return to yoga, though I wouldn't say that it is an indispensable part of my life.
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