Inpatient care
Intensive therapy
Which kinds of diseases can we provide help for?
Monitoring of patients who have undergone brain- and extensive spinal surgery that require the opening up of the skull, as well as the neuro-intensive treatment of patients needing priority care after having received invasive stroke care. In addition to these, in all other cases when a patient’s condition requires intensive care. 
In our Intensive Therapy Programme our doctors specialising in intensive therapy regard it as their task to monitor and provide support as soon as possible to stabilise the condition of patients in the post-operative period directly after neurosurgical intervention. 
Stroke patients whose condition or planned intervention requires hospitalisation in an intensive care unit are also treated in our programme. 
The special elements of the complex therapy – if necessitated by the patient’s condition – are measuring intracranial pressure, cerebrospinal fluid drainage, inducing artificial coma, continuous 24-hour EEG monitoring, complemented by the invasive monitoring of the circulatory system and permanent mechanical ventilation, for the safe administration of which the most modern equipment is available at our institute. 
At present we have 17 beds for the intensive treatment of our patients, who we keep under 24-hour observation. An anaesthetics-intensive care specialist is continuously available. The work of our experienced doctors is supported by a highly trained healthcare staff. 
In the framework of our Intensive Therapy Programme we place great emphasis on early mobilisation, which - mainly in the case of patients who have already had a stroke – can result in a radical decrease in the occurrence of complications. 
In cases without complications the duration of intensive therapy care is an average of two days, after which patients are generally transferred back to the general neurosurgical wards. Those patients who require longer observation and priority care are treated here as long as they need these types of special care and they are only transferred to an open ward when their condition has been stabilised.
Good advice 
We are well aware that nowadays there is a wide range of treatment to choose from. But your health is not a game. And this applies all the more so to you and your loved ones. We recommend that you only accept help based on high-level professional qualifications, the appropriate licences and a proven track record in medical science.
Become acquainted with our professional team!
Our programme director
Dr. Beáta Róbert anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant, head physician
Our doctors
Dr. Ágnes Kun anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy trainee specialist
Dr. Ilona Kakuk neurologist, anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant, head physician
Dr. József Árpád Kelemen resident
Dr. József Katona resident
Dr. József Sorbán anesthesiologist and intensive care therapist, trainee specialist
Dr. László Tarr anesthesiologist, intensive care therapist, head physician
Dr. Márton Sztermen neurosurgeon, anesthesiologist, intensive care therapist
Our in-house consultants
Dr. Sándor Czirják neurosurgeon, head physician, professor
Our external consultants
Dr. Csilla Hajnal anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant
Dr. Enikő Andrea Pintér anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant
Dr. Eszter Lázár pediatrician, anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant
Dr. István Kolyvek consultant, anesthesiologist and intensive care therapist 
Dr. Klára Kovács anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant
Dr. Kornélia Szász anesthesiologist, intensive care therapy consultant
Dr. Zsolt Ralovich anesthesiologist and intensive care therapist


All those using our outpatient specialised care must first sign in at the desk located on the ground floor of the clinic. Here we record all your details into our computer system. For this we ask you to prepare your identity card, residence card, referral and your social security card. more...


Due to our visiting policies the relatives of our patients are able to visit daily. However, visiting hours are closed during patient care, treatments and examinations. In the interest of quick recovery, we ask that you not visit your relatives during quiet hours, and that when possible only two people visit at a time. more...


According to the principles and the regulations of sequencing due waiting list, the basis is that you can be informed about expected date of intervention by using the identification number/code.
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