Pomeranian Medical University of Szczecin
|Pomeranian Medical University of Szczecin|
|motto||Salus aegroti suprema lex|
|place||Szczecin , Poland|
|Students||approx. 5,200 (2020)|
|Employee||approx. 700 (2007)|
The Pomeranian Medical University ( Pol. : Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie ; lat. : Universitas Medica Pomeraniensis Sedinae ) is a Founded in 1948, Medical University in the Polish city of Szczecin ( Szczecin ) with four faculties and 5,200 students. The rector of the institution is Bogusław Machaliński .
- Faculty of Human Medicine:
- Study of human medicine in Polish, English and German
- Dental Faculty:
- Studied dentistry, oral and maxillofacial medicine in Polish and English
- Training of dental hygienists
- Medical, Biotechnology and Laboratory Medicine Faculty:
- Faculty of Health Sciences:
- Training of health and nursing staff , medical-technical assistants (MTA), paramedics , obstetricians , physiotherapists and cosmetologists .
Cooperation with the German private sector
In 2013, PUM agreed a new medical study program with the Asklepios clinics . It follows the German standards for medicine, dentistry, pharmacy , nursing and obstetrics . The program comprises three years of pre-clinical training , as well as two years of clinical courses and one year of practical clinical work at the Asklepios clinics in Schwedt and Pasewalk. Every year 35 places are accepted for the English and German language medical studies .
- Hamburger Ärzteblatt 09/2013, p. 10
- Home - Medical studies at the Pomeranian Medical University in Stettin. Retrieved March 28, 2020 .
- Thaddäus Zajaczkowski : The Tuberculosis Hospital in Hohenkrug, Stettin, Department of Genitourinary Tuberculosis . Annales Academiae Medicae Stetinensis 58 (2012), pp. 66-76 (with a Polish summary).