The Buda Health Center is one of the leading private institutions of Budapest offering its patients personalized comprehensive health care.

Magyar

Tátrai, Erika, MD Ph.D.

Medical specialism

  • OCT examination in conditions of the macula (e.g. age-related macular degeneration, epiretinal membrane, circulatory diseases) and in diseases of the visual pathway (e.g. glaucoma, optic neuritis, optic nerve damage)
  • Treatment of inflammatory eye diseases
  • Diagnosis and follow-up of cataracts
  • Diagnosis and follow-up of glaucoma (with papilla OCT and visual field test)
  • Screening for and follow-up of diabetic complications affecting the eye
  • Refractive surgery

Professional experience

  • 2011 – 2020: Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of General Medicine, Semmelweis University
    • 2011 – 2016: Resident physician
    • 2016 – 2020: Specialist physician
  • 2015: Stockholms Ögonklinik, Stockholm
  • 2015: St. Eriks Eye Hospital, Stockholm
  • 2017 – 2020: Szent Margit Clinic
    • Specialist physician
  • 2017 – : Private practice
  • 2020 – : Buda Health Center

Education and qualifications

  • 2008: Faculty of Medicine – Semmelweis University
  • 2012: Ph.D.: „Examination of pathological changes to the retina structure by segmenting OCT images”
  • 2013: International Council of Ophthalmology – Foundation Assessment
  • 2013: International Council of Ophthalmology – Theoretical Optics & Refraction
  • 2014: International Council of Ophthalmology – Basic Science
  • 2016: International Council of Ophthalmology – Clinical Science
  • 2016: qualifying exam in ophthalmology

Language skills

  • English
  • Swedish

Scientific activity

  • International courses
    • 2010: European University Professors of Ophthalmology Course (Retina), Athens, Greece
    • 2011: LECOP Glaucoma Course, Prague, Czech Republic
    • 2011: European University Professors of Ophthalmology Course (Uveitis and Glaucoma), Geneva, Switzerland
    • 2013: European University Professors of Ophthalmology Course (Cornea, Conjunctiva and Refractive Surgery), Copenhagen, Denmark
    • 2016: LOEC Paediatric and Neuro-ophthalmology Course, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Awards received and grants won
    • 2009: HARVO travel grant
    • 2010: EVER travel grant
    • 2011: Friends of SE Group, ‘Dr. Dezső Balázs and Julianna Walter’ competition, 2nd place
    • 2011: Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, ‘March 15’ competition, 1st place
    • 2011: Alcon Hungária Kft. ‘Spes Futuri 2010’ competition, 1st place
    • 2011: EFNS Travel Grant
    • 2012: Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, ‘March 15’ competition, 2nd place
    • 2012: Award granted by the Foundation for Scientific Ophthalmology
  • Activities as reviewer
    • Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science
    • Experimental Eye Research
    • Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    • Computers in Biology and Medicine


    • Should You like to make an appointment with our collegue for private consultation, please dial the number +36-1-489-5200, where our dispatchers will answer your call between 8am and 8pm every weekday!



Patient safety protocol

We consider the safety of our patients and our professionals to be of the utmost importance, therefore, in accordance with the current regulations in force, we implement several protective measures against COVID-19 in our Institute, which you can read about in detail HERE. A negative PCR test is required for oral and other body cavity examinations or interventions if the patient had a positive PCR test in the last 3 weeks prior to the test.

The high level of interest in coronavirus testing has proportionally increased the workload of our telephone customer service. In order to improve our service, we provide a dedicated telephone line for corona virus test appointments: +36 1 999-1727
At the above telephone number - on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. - our colleagues only book appointments for coronavirus testing.

To download the on-site pre-screening questionnaire, please click HERE!

In order to provide mandatory information to the National eHealth Infrastructure (EESZT) in accordance with legal regulations, the basic condition for starting care for all Hungarian citizens is to provide the number of the social security identification card ("TAJ kártya") and to provide credible proof of your personal data. In the case of foreign nationals who do not have a TAJ, the number of the foreign travel document will be recorded.