The novel type of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and the epidemiological emergency situation that it has caused presented Hungary with an unprecedented challenge. Semmelweis University is constantly monitoring the international and domestic coronavirus situation and is taking necessary measures within the university. A Semmelweis Epidemiological Operational Board was set up by the Rector with the participation of the four Hungarian medical universities in order to most efficiently carry out the necessary steps. If you have not found the professional answer to your question, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and our colleagues will get back to you within 24 hours.
Over 350,000 shots of coronavirus vaccine administered by Semmelweis University staff
2021. July 28.
Those who have a scheduled appointment for the vaccination are awaited at the university every day.
Semmelweis University’s coronavirus antibody level study completed
2021. July 19.
Nearly 1,200 people participated in Semmelweis University’s COVID-19 study for the detection of antibody level, which was announced on 15 …
Post-COVID care at the Institute of Genomic Medicine and Rare Disorders
2021. July 19.
The Post-COVID care department of the Institute of Genomic Medicine and Rare Disorders welcomes all patients with mitochondrial diseases.
COVID care at the 1st Department of Surgery and Interventional Gastroenterology
2021. July 14.
As part of our series introducing COVID care, Dr. Attila Szijártó and Dr. Ildikó Kocsis Ruzsvánszkyné will share their experiences.
Staff members of the Szent Rókus Clinical Block receive the Semmelweis Hero award certificate
2021. July 9.
145 employees received the Semmelweis Hero award and porcelain plaque in recognition of their outstanding work in epidemic control.
COVID patient care at three organizational units of Semmelweis University
2021. July 8.
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery; Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Institute of Genomic Medicine and Rare …
COVID patient care at the Departments of Internal Medicine and Hematology-, Urology- and Orthopedics
2021. June 18.
In the article series presenting COVID patient care, Dr. Tamás Masszi, Dr. Péter Nyirády and Dr. György Szőke share their experiences.
Post-COVID capacity in pediatric care expands at Semmelweis University
2021. June 15.
Both Departments of Pediatrics await those pediatric patients who have complaints related to long-COVID.
The number of vaccine shots administered by Semmelweis staff members exceeds 300,000
2021. June 14.
More than 5% of the vaccines administered in Hungary were administered at Semmelweis University.
COVID patient care at the Department of Internal Medicine and Oncology
2021. June 11.
Dr. István Takács, Director and Csilla Kiefer, Head Nurse talk about their experiences about the epidemic and COVID patient care.
Post-COVID care at the Heart and Vascular Center
2021. June 9.
The cardiology and sports cardiology units as well as the immunology clinic participates in post-COVID care at the Heart and Vascular Center.
The Students’ Scientific Association organizes a COVID forum
2021. June 3.
At the online forum, participants could attend presentations on the pandemic situation and about the research related to the coronavirus.
COVID patient care at Szent Rókus Clinical Block – photo reportage
2021. May 27.
The photo reportage series present organizational units of Semmelweis University involved in COVID patient care.
COVID patient care at the 1st Department of Pediatrics
2021. May 25.
At Semmelweis University, the 1st Department of Pediatrics is the designated COVID pediatric care provider.