National Koranyi Institute of TB and Pulmonology

History

The Korányi National Institute of Pulmonology was opened in 1901 and now plays a fundamental role in the delivery of comprehensive medical care to patients with different lung diseases in Budapest and in the central region of Hungary.

Profile   

  • 1500 new lung cancer patients per year
  • 14,000 inpatients per year
  • 500,000 outpatients per year
  • 3 operating theatres
  • 90 medical doctors and more than 160 nurses
  • Post graduate courses

Specialities

Multimodality treatment of thoracic malignancies and respiratory diseases. Thoracic surgery, bronchology, anaesthesiology, sleep medicine, medical oncology, palliative treatment, respiratory rehabilitation, thoracic imaging diagnostics, lung cancer and respiratory research.

Palliative and supportive care

Korányi National Institute of TB and Pulmonology Staff, Budapest, Hungary

The palliative department of the Korányi National Institute of Pulmonology is an independent specialization unit of the hospital with a 24-bed capacity. The head physician of the palliative department is an experienced specialist in pulmonology and oncology, with personal experiences in both palliative and hospice care. Our thoracic oncologists consult patients, who are unsuitable for active treatment, personally with the head of the palliative department. They determine the most favourable form of treatment and care together with the patient and family members.

Korányi National Institute of TB and Pulmonology, Budapest, Hungary

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