Institutional Partners

Semmelweis University Hospital, Budapest

Semmelweis University Hospital, BudapestSemmelweis University is the largest independent healthcare provider in Hungary, covering six percent of the health care needs of Hungary’s population. The university’s clinical blocks, equipped with 2200 beds providing chronic and rehabilitation services, receiving nearly 190,000 outpatients and close to 14,000 inpatients per month.

University of Pécs Clinical Centre

University of Pécs Clinical CentreUniversity of Pécs Clinical Centre is one of the largest healthcare provider in Hungary, and also part of the University of Pécs. Thus the activities of the Clinical Centre covers teaching and research besides the core activity of healing. The Centre has 28 clinics and institutions, serving not only Pécs, but also the neighbouring counties.

University of Debrecen Medical and Health Science Centre

University of Debrecen Medical and Health ScienceThe UDMHSC is also one of the largest hospitals in Hungary. There are 49 departments, among them 18 different clinical departments with more than 1800 beds serving 62,000 inpatients and 670,000 outpatients yearly. It is not only the best-equipped institution in the area, but also represents the most important health care facility for day-to-day medical care in this region. This includes, beside other services, an adult haemodialysis center, open-heart surgery facilities and a kidney transplantation unit. 

Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical Center, University of Szeged

Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical Center, University of SzegedThe Albert Szent-Györgyi Clinical Center is a clinical organization established by the University of Szeged, which is the legal successor of the Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University of Szeged. The Center is a key institution of patient care in Szeged, Hungary's third largest city, while it is also a repository of a number of large-scale projects that have supported by the European Union. The Center successfully coordinates health care related activities in the areas of R+D, clinical and pharmacological examinations, basic and further training in medical disciplines, and patient therapy. The Clinical Center is not only the key healthcare institution of Szeged, but it is the most important healthcare services provider within the region, taking care of a growing number of foreign patients. 

Gottsegen György Hungarian Institute of Cardiology

Gottsegen György Hungarian Institute of CardiologyThe Gottsegen Hungarian Institute of Cardiology was founded to be one of the leading cardiology centers in Hungary as the background institution of the Ministry of Health. It provides a first-class service in cardiology patient care, scientific research, medical education and medical data collection. It covers the entire field of pediatric and adult cardiology performing the most comprehensive and expensive treatment modalities in Hungary as the only centre, such as interventional pediatric cardiology, pediatric heart surgery, pediatric and adult heart transplantation and ventricular assist device therapy, adult non-coronary catheter interventions (closure of intracardiac communications and valvular interventions), adult congenital heart disease therapy. The faculty is young and dynamic, and was trained in the leading cardiology centers of Europe, North America and Australia.

University Clinical Center Tuzla, Bosnia Herzegovina

University Clinical Center Tuzla, Bosnia HerzegovinaPublic Health Institution University Clinical Center Tuzla is a modern medical facility with a capacity of 1.373 hospital beds, treating 47.103 patients yearly. It is recognized for its good organization, efficiency and economy, developing and mastering the knowledge and skills in the field of highly differentiated medical methods. Public health institution University Clinical Center Tuzla has a total of 37 organizational units: 19 Clinics, 2 Polyclinics, 2 Institutes, the Center of palliative care and Emergency room, Hospital pharmacy, 6 sectors and 5 services. The institution has a total area of 60,000 square meters placed four locations.

Cantonal Hospital "Dr. Irfan Ljubijankić", Bosnia and Herzegovina
(JZU Kantonalna Bolnica "Dr. Irfan Ljubijankić")

JZU Kantonalna Bolnica "Dr. Irfan Ljubijankić"Cantonal Hospital Zenica has existed for several decades. It was first mentioned in Zenica hospital in 1953 under the name of the General State Hospital, whose task was to examine and treat patients with areas of Zenica district and other districts. The Cantonal Hospital Zenica, in addition to the secondary and tertiary parts of hospital healthcare and diagnostics, took over the whole range of consulting and specialist health care in Canton, so that every day hospital specialists provide such services for the municipalities. The current hospital capacity is 912 beds, 38 beds for hemodialysis and 8 beds in the hospital with 30,885 patients treated annually.

University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Croatia

University Hospital Centre Zagreb, CroatiaZagreb University Hospital Centeris the largesthospital corporationinthe Republic of Croatiaand the largestclinical teachingbaseof the Medical Faculty, University of Zagreb as well as a unique institution regarding many medical procedures, diagnostic methods and therapeutic procedures including highly differentiated procedures of top quality. KBC Zagreb has more than 4,700 employees in total, 3,500 of which are medical staff committed to providing medical and nursing services to their patients.

The University Hospital Brno, Czech Republic

The University Hospital Brno, Czech RepublicUniversity Hospital Brno is largest Medical Center in Moravia. There are more than 2.000 beds and 5.000 employees. There are more than 1.000.000 people treated in our Out-patient Clinics and over 70.000 patients hospitalized every year. Besides that University Hospital Brno is largest Obstetrics Center in Czech Republic and so there are more than 6.000 new born babies annualy.

Arad County Emergency Hospital, Romania
(Spitalul Clinic Judeţean de Urgenţă Arad, Romania)

Spitalul Clinic Judeţean de UrgenţăArad County Emergency Hospital was founded in its current form after the merger of the following three hospitals: Arad County Emergency Hospital, Arad Municipal Hospital and Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital "Dr. Salvator Vuia”.

St. Maria Clinical Hospital in Bucharest, Romania
(Spitalul Clinic Sfanta Maria Bucuresti)

Spitalul Clinic Sfanta Maria BucurestiSt. Maria Clinical Hospital Bucharest is a medical facility with a huge evolution during the last century, from a mere dispensary to a large hospital. Today, it accommodates 250 beds and hosts three internal medicine wards, two surgery wards, an emergency room and a laboratory for radiology. The hospital has also an ambulatory which covers almost all medical specialties. Starting with 2000, the hospital went through a complex process of rehabilitation which has not been finished yet. Most of the hospital is now modernized with high performance equipment.

Rehabilitation Hospital in Iasi, Romania

Rehabilitation Hospital in Iasi, RomaniaThe institution is one of the biggest rehabilitation hospitals in Romania, having 530 beds capacity serving the population of the 4th biggest city in Romania and its surroundings.