Moizs Mariann MD PhD specialist of internal medicine, finance manager of economics, expert of health management.
Graduated summa cum laude as Medical Doctor at Medical University of Pécs, Faculty of General Medicine, in 1988. Accomplished Professional examination of internal medicine in 1993. Completed Finance Manager of Economics postgraduate studies at University of Pécs, Faculty of Economy in 2000, and Health Management studies at Corvinus University of Budapest in 2009. Received PhD degree in 2015 at University of Debrecen, Doctoral School of Health Sciences (doctoral thesis: The Status and New Possibilities of Lung Cancer Screening in Hungary with the Application of Low-Dose CT Imaging).
From 1988 worked as physician, later chief-physician at Baranya County Hospital’s Internal Medicine Department. In 1999-2006 was appointed Executive Medical Director, later Medical Director of the Hospital.
From 1 July 2006 to 30 Nov 2012 as Strategic Deputy Director General at Moritz Kaposi General Hospital, her main job was to plan and co-ordinate implementation, professional and financing management of the institution’s mid- and long-term strategy, development. Programme-manager of EU major project ‘Pole’, with its budget of 53 million € in total.
Her scientific activity is detectable among numerous articles, published in Hungarian and foreign language, presentations, held both in national and international conferences, professional sessions and attended professional international visits.
Practising educational activity as lecturer, consultant and opponent at higher education establishments at national level.
Besides leadership and institution-development activities, member and board member of several national professional organisations, e.g. board member of Motility Session of Hungarian Gastroenterological Society (1995-1996), member of College of Preventive Medicine and Public Health (2009-2011), member of Council of Preventive Medicine, Public Health and Hospital Hygiene (2019-2020) and board member of Hungarian Association of Public Health Training and Research Institutions (from 2020).
Numerous prizes and awards are the proof of her professional appreciation, e.g. Semmelweis Ignác Prize (2017), Plaque of the University of Kaposvár (2015), Batthyány-Strattmann László Prize (2011), ’For the Citizens of Somogy County’ Prize (2011), Golden Cross of the Republic of Hungary (2009), Pro Sanitate Prize (2008).