I gained my medical degree from Semmelweis Medical University, before completing specializations in internal medicine, gastroenterology and as a general practitioner.
I currently work at the 1st Health Clinic of the Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Hospital. I work as chief physician in the Department of Internal Medicine, while I have also operated as a general practitioner in Kőbánya since 1997. I have been carrying out endoscopies in a hospital setting since 1993, so I have more than two decades of experience in the field. I have also expanded my knowledge by studying abroad. I have been carrying out abdominal ultrasounds on a daily basis for ten years, while I have also studied to be a general practitioner and endoscopist so I can approach the problems of my patients from a variety of professional perspectives. My goal is to be able to understand my patient's issues as a whole and treat each patient as an individual. Since 2015, I have taught general medicine at Semmelweis University, where I primarily lecture in English. The most important part of my professional life is my voluntary work: I am the national president of the Hungarian National Association of Large Families and have also served as president of The Confederation of Family Associations in the Carpathian Basin. In recognition of my social work as a community builder and organizer for families and children, I was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic in 2010, as well as the Pro Familia Award in 2014.
My family is extremely important to me and I am a happy father to four children. I enjoy alpine climbing and hiking, and have completed 134 hiking tours across Europe since 1991. In my free time, I enjoy playing music. I play several instruments and also conduct a church orchestra.
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