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  2. Buda Health Center - Wikipedia

    The Buda Health Center was established by Peter Paul Varga, MD in a villa in Budapest originally the residence of one of the directors of the Hungarian Optical Works. The building served for a time as a kindergarten. In the 1990s, it was occupied by the health clinic of the Postabank, and then in 2000 by the Buda Health Center.

  3. 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

  4. 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).

  5. Healthcare in Hungary - Wikipedia

    The OEP, predominantly based on a social insurance system, is the public organization currently controlling the management of health care in Hungary. 83% of the financing for health care comes from taxes and other public revenues. Participation in the insurance scheme is mandatory for everyone in the workforce, including the self-employed.

  6. Semmelweis University - Wikipedia

    Semmelweis University ( Hungarian: Semmelweis Egyetem) 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 services in Hungary.

  7. Montefiore Medical Center - Wikipedia

    Montefiore Medical Center is a premier academic medical center and the primary teaching hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York City. Its main campus, the Henry and Lucy Moses Division, is located in the Norwood section of the northern Bronx.

  8. Bikur Cholim Hospital - Wikipedia

    Opened. c. 1826. Bikur Cholim Hospital ( Hebrew: בית החולים ביקור חולים) was a 200-bed general hospital in West Jerusalem, established in the 19th century [1] and closed due to financial difficulties in the second decade of the 21st century. Until then, it was the oldest hospital in the country still operating.