|Monday||9:00 – 14:00|
|Thursday||9:00 – 13:00, 14:00-19:00|
László Csabay, M.D.
I always wanted to be a doctor. As a child, I wanted to be a veterinarian at first but following a sickness I changed direction: I was treated by a GP who had a huge influence on me, so I knew what I was going to be. I loved university, I was thinking about many different career opportunities and I knew for sure that I am not going to be a obstetrician/gynaecologist. However, while doing practice in the fourth year, I had such a good experience I changed my mind.
In 1978, I started to work at the 1st Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Semmelweis University, the same place where I had my practice, I specialised in 1983 and I climbed the career ladder and became an assistant professor. When Professor Zoltán Papp became the head of the department it largely affected my clinical and professional career. As for the mindset and infrastructure, we raised to the European standards. Thus, in 2010, I followed him to Maternity Private Clinic and I have been working there ever since.
There were many memorable moments during my career, the first childbirth I saw in my fourth year is unforgettable. There was one momentous case before specialisation, I had to operate an ovarian cyst which was identified during a fertility test. Shortly after, the patient got pregnant. It was the first pregnancy I followed through and the first delivery I conducted.
I like listening to music very much, classical music mainly, but I also like retro pop music. I am interested in movies and soundtracks too, and – probably owing to my engineer father – I am amazed by technology, engineering, transportation and any kind of machine or vehicle.