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The Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center of the University of Szeged was awarded the “Excellent Clinical Center” on the 8th of October 2019, at the XI Medicina Conference in Budapest organized by the Hungarian Hospital Association and the Medical Forum.
At the XI. Medicina Conference, leaders in the health sector held talks on current issues in health, health policy and the health economy. In addition, the event presented the Medicina Yearbook and presented the results of a previous call for excellence announced by the Medicina Forum at the awards gala.
Based on a comprehensive set of criteria, the professional jury evaluated the hospital, health care providers in the hospital and clinic categories, the number of inpatient beds, availability of advanced hotel services, the institution’s quality assurance system and the qualifications of the doctors with regards to the number of professional workers who hold a degree. The Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center of the University of Szeged has achieved outstanding results in all areas.
‘The Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center of the University of Szeged has become the best among of the four medical universities this year in the complex examination of the elements of the hospital-clinical operation. Its management is stable and its quality management system is outstanding. The number of its specialists and trained nurses and their qualification as well as the professional organization deserve recognition’ – this was praised with appreciation at the XI Medicina Conference.
The award was handed to Dr. László Németh, President of the Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center by Prof. Dr. Árpád Kovács, president of the Hungarian Economic Association, the Medicina TOP 200 jury and by Erzsébet Nógrádi Tóth the founding editor of Medicina TOP 200.