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Malvin Visnyei, M.D.

Ophthalmology, Pediatric, Pediatric Ophthalmology

Dr. Malvin Visnyei has been working in private healthcare since 1993, at first working part time, and currently as a full time job, in private medicine. She puts great emphasis on preventive care and screening tests in the case of adults as well as children. For adults she performs full eye examinations, including eyeground diagnostics, and the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease. She considers the ophthalmological screening of children aged 0 to 6 particularly important, including the diagnosis and treatment of refractive errors and the worsening of eyesight caused by a squint. She is committed to high quality patient care, strictly based on the rules of evidence-based medicine.

Studies

1987 specialist exam, ophthalmology

1983 degree in medicine, Semmelweis University of Medicine (Budapest)

Previous work experience

April 2014- dr. Rose Private Hospital, ophthalmologist

2013 -2019 Budapest District II. Health Centre, ophthalmology

2010-2013 TEVA Hungária Kft., oncology, medical sales representative

2006-2010 Ratiopharm Kft., oncology, Key Account Manager

2003-2006 Bristol-Myers Squibb, oncology, Key Account Manager

2001-2003 Janssen-Cilag, oncology, medical sales representative                                                                        

1993-2001 Pharmacia & Upjohn Kft., medical sales representative

1992-1993 Heim Pál Hospital, ophthalmologist, pediatric ophthalmologist

1987-1992 Semmelweis University of Medicine, 1st Department of Ophthalmology, assistant lecturer

1983- 1987 Semmelweis University of Medicine, 1st Department of Ophthalmology, doctor

Memberships

Hungarian Society of Ophthalmologists

Hungarian Society of Pediatric  Ophthalmologists and Strabology

Hungarian Society of Contactology

Hungarian Society of Ophthalmologists – Glaucoma Section

Hungarian Society of Ophthalmologists – Section of Ophthalmological Plastic Surgery

Spoken languages

English: basic user