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MESZK (Chamber of Hungarian Health Care Professionals)

MESZK (Chamber of Hungarian Health Care Professionals)


Observer members


Dr. Zoltán Balogh

President : Dr. Zoltán Balogh



Budapest 1087
Könyves Kálmán krt. 76.

Edit Király
general vice-president 

Katalin Papp Dr.

The Chamber of Hungarian Health Care Professionals (MESZK) was established in 2004 pursuant to an Act of Parliament. The Chamber represents more than 90 000 paramedical personnel. The CHHCP has 85 local and 20 regional chapters and 20 professional branches.

MESZK was established to provide professional and ethical support for the individual paramedical fields as they evolve into professions in their own right, to independently address the issues affecting the paramedical professions, to determine and represent the professional, economic and social interests of paramedical professionals, and to contribute, commensurately with its role and weight in society, to the development of health policy and to raising the standards of healthcare provided to the population.

MESZK regularly participated, as an invited guest, in professional committees overseen directly by the Minister of Health, and in the work of collegiate boards operating in the various professional fields. Exercising its right of consultation, it has drawn up detailed recommendations regarding several draft laws and statutory amendments for the relevant government ministry.

The belonging is compulsory to every health care professional since 2011 to the MESZK.