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Low costs coupled with highly trained medical profession have pushed Hungary to the forefront of
European Medical Tourism. Dental treatment of foreigners in Hungary amounted to almost £600 million last year.
Cosmetic procedures are similarly characterised by highly skilled work at extremely competitive prices.
The Ministry of Health, Social and Family Affairs has overall responsibility for the quality and distribution of healthcare in Hungary.
The Hungarian Medical Chamber is the politically independant overseer of the profession in Hungary.
Membership of the Medical Chamber is compulsory for doctors and the chamber through its regional branches maintains a register of all qualified doctors.
Continuing professional development is overseen by the Continuing Education Council.
The Association of Hungarian Medical Societies (AHMS) combines the aims and interests of its member societies to represent the medical profession in Hungary.
Initial medical qualification falls under the remit of the Ministry of Education which regulates the 4 medical schools. Training takes 6 years.
The Ministry of Health takes overall responsibility for postgraduate medical training and is aided in this by the advice of 'Institutes' which represent groupings of experts in relevant fields.
Specialization is obtained through a centrally regulated registrar system.
Continuing professional development is mandatory and is based on the accrual of Continuous Medical Education (CME) points.
Failure to obtain the required numbers of CME points from accredited training programmes will lead to a suspension of the right to practice.
The Medical Chamber has extensive powers over physicans and may fine, suspend or remove the right to practice.
Patient complaints may be addressed to the chamber.
Patients also retain the right to follow civil action through the courts.
Hungarian Medical Chamber (Magyar Orvosi Kamara)
Budapest 1068 Szondi u.100
H-1390 PO Box 175
tel: +36 1 269 4391
website: www.mok.hu (in Hungarian)
Association of Hungarian Medical Societies (MOTESZ)
PO Box. 145
tel: +36 1 332 4556
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