The National Center for Spinal Disorders is located in the 12th District of Budapest, Hungary, on Királyhágó Street. It is the only hospital in Hungary that covers virtually the entire diagnostic and treatment spectrum of spinal disorders from diagnosis and non-surgical and surgical treatments through to rehabilitation. It is financed by the National Health Insurance Fund.
The National Center for Spinal Disorders was part of the Orthopedic Clinic Department of Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Semmelweis University of Budapest until 1995 when it was incorporated first into the Central Army Hospital and then into the Hungarian National Health Center. It subsequently became independent in 2005 under the direction of Peter Paul Varga, MD, its current director general, with charter members, Maria Ferenc, MD, rheumatologist, Gabor Jakab, MD, orthopedic surgeon, and Istvan Toth, MD, neurosurgeon. It is operated by the Buda Health Center, Ltd.
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