The Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical and Pharmaceutical Centre is a global organization established pursuant to a joint resolution passed by the Faculty of General Medicine and the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Szeged. As the legal successor of the Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University, the Centre successfully coordinates health care related activities in the areas of research and development, clinical and pharmacological examinations, basic and further training in medical disciplines, and patient therapy. With the aim of meeting present requirements and also future challenges in the area of patient care, the Senate of the University of Szeged created the Clinical Centre of the Faculty of General Medicine from the institutions involved in patient care at the Faculty of General Medicine, which started operation on January 01, 2005. In addition to representing the key institution of patient care in Szeged, Hungary's third largest city, the Centre is also a repository of a number of large-scale projects that have been included in the National Development Plan of Hungary for the period between 2007 and 2013, supported by the European Union. Among these projects, the health industry key project to be realized within the Szeged Biopolisz Initiative and the Szeged Health Care Centre a high level project implementing a clinical centre and incorporating a uniform provision of health care in Szeged, deserves special mention.


Szeged, Statue of Sissy


Szeged, Mora Ferenc Museum


Szeged, Klauzál Square


University of Szeged, Dugonics Square


Szeged, Tisza River