Dr. Máté-Horváth Nóra

Dr. Máté-Horváth Nóra

Anesthesiologist and intensive care specialist, psychosomatic doctor, candidate psychotherapist

„I have wanted to be a doctor since my childhood because I have always been interested in how the human body works.

After graduating from university, I began my career as an anesthesiologist and intensive care physician. Anesthesiology and intensive care are still one of the most beautiful and complex branches of medicine for me that require a lot of background knowledge and quick decision-making skill.

Nevertheless, I believe we cannot talk about physical health without mental health. I think that medical science and our modern society have recently paid undeservedly little attention to spiritual processes and their impact on all areas of bodily functions. However, in order to apply a holistic approach and to achieve complete health, physical, mental and social health must be equally taken into consideration.”


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Professional career:

  • I graduated from Semmelweis University in 2011 as a general practitioner. I passed my anesthesiology and intensive care exam in 2016.
  • From 2011 to 2021, I worked at Semmelweis University as well as in private care as an anesthesiologist.
  • After 2017, I gradually turned to psychology and psychosomatics, and my psychotherapy studies are still ongoing within the framework of the European Psychotherapist Training in Tündérhegy.
  • As another sphere of my professional interest, I graduated from the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2015-2017 as a doctor-economist and to this day I have participated in the work of the Hungarian Medical Chamber. I am the editor-in-chief of their bimonthly journal, as well as I am the chairman of one of the ethics committees in Budapest.