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


Visolyi, Gergely, MD


As a general practitioner, I have had more than 6 years of experience in internal medicine in hospital settings, and have spent several years working as an on-duty GP in adults’ medical service. I believe that internal medicine is one of the most complex medical specialisms. Our main duties, in addition to prescribing optimised medication, include dietary and lifestyle counseling. I try to help my patients and offer them personalized treatment for the widest range of health problems falling within the scope of general internal medicine. My main areas of interest within internal medicine are diabetology (the diagnosis, treatment and care of diabetes and its sequelae) and the diagnosis and treatment of endocrinology conditions, and in particular, thyroid disorders.

Medical specialism

  • Diabetology
  • Endocrinology

Professional experience

  • 2011: RoMed Klinik Rosenheim
    • Intern
  • 2013 – : Department of Angiology, Diabetology and Endocrinology, Bajcsy Zsilinszky Hospital
  • 2014 – 2016: 14th, 17th district deputy general practitioner
    • Duty physician
  • Doktor 24
    • Occupational medicine screening
  • 2019 – : Diabetological outpatient care
  • 2019 – : Buda Health Center

Education and qualifications

  • 2013: Faculty of Medicine – Semmelweis University
  • Medical economist, West Hungarian University
  • 2018: qualifying exam in internal medicine
  • 2018 – : endocrinologist training

Language skills

  • English
  • German

Professional and society membership

  • Hungarian Diabetes Association

Scientific activity

  • Participation in clinical trials
  • 2019 – Government-funded PhD studies, area of research: diabetes in pregnancy

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