We educate generations of future doctors
From the beginning, the goal of the Carolina Medical Center was to educate future generations of doctors and physiotherapists. Currently, we are the leading orthopedic center in Poland with over 20 years of experience, in which we conduct specialization training and internships in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system and in physiotherapy. Our specialists share their knowledge and experience by participating as speakers in lectures organized by the largest research centers in Poland and in the world. They also act as Scientific Directors in practical (cadaver) courses, sharing their skills and practical knowledge acquired while working in the operating theater.
We are the first private medical facility in Poland, which on July 26, 2002 received the accreditation of the Ministry of Health to conduct specialization training and internships in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system.
Student scientific club at the Carolina Medical Center
The Student Scientific Club at the Carolina Medical Center (SKN) brings together future doctors interested in orthopedics and sports medicine, as well as physiotherapists. The club was established in 2005. Three years later it was registered as one of the Student Scientific Society clubs of the Medical University of Warsaw. Every two weeks there are meetings for which students prepare presentations and share their knowledge. In addition to theoretical meetings, members of the club have the opportunity to train and observe the work of doctors in their offices and in the operating theater. There are also practical classes – plastering workshops, as well as suturing and kinesiotaping courses.
The most active students in a given academic year have the opportunity to participate in a science camp. During the trip, students undergo a two-week internship in orthopedics and traumatology in a selected hospital, gaining valuable experience. It is also a great opportunity to see new places and for team building. The club’s great success was its significant contribution to the establishment of the National Students Society of Orthopedics. It is a pioneering project aimed at bringing together students from all over Poland interested in the subject of orthopedics.
So far, the National Students Society of Orthopedics has received the support of the Polish Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology and the Polish Arthroscopic Society, which allowed its members to participate in all conferences, workshops and events on special terms.
Medical Education Center
Carolina Medical Center cooperates with the LUX MED Group Medical Education Center, providing ideal conditions for training medical staff from Poland and abroad. The Medical Education Center specializes in organizing practical courses and scientific seminars. The main recipients of the educational offer are surgeons, scientists working in the field of medicine, and physiotherapists.
The Medical Education Center has one of the few laboratories in Poland for exercises using cadavers, simulating the conditions in an operating room. The Center works with staff with over 10 years of experience in conducting practical (cadaver) courses, including for future and current orthopedists and physiotherapists. Moreover, it organizes numerous scientific seminars. The discussed topics include: trauma and reconstructive surgery, regenerative medicine, 3D printing in medicine, rheumatology for orthopedists, children’s knee.
Post-Secondary Sports Medicine College
The Post-Secondary Sports Medicine College prepares students for the profession of masseur technician.
Centrum Edukacyjne Medycyny Sportowej Sp. z o. o. [the Sports Medicine Educational Center] is a company established to run the Post-Secondary Sports Medicine College in Warsaw. It was established in February 2012 by Sport Medica S.A and the Institute of Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System. The college is a non-public school with the rights of a public school. It prepares students for the profession of masseur technician (digital symbol 32540) within a two-year teaching cycle (four semesters). The school conducts education in a full-time and weekend system, and the curriculum includes 120 hours of apprenticeships.
Classes are held at the Carolina Medical Center, and are conducted by qualified staff – employees of renowned scientific and training institutions, examiners of Regional Examination Boards, experienced scientists, educators and specialists (Medical University of Warsaw, National Institute of Hygiene, Carolina Medical Center, and others). The students of the study participate in the most important sports events in Warsaw, supporting the athletes and participants of the events with massage.
The study is entered in the school register of the Warsaw Education Office and has the rights of a public school granted by the decision of the President of Warsaw. It has a positive opinion of the Ministry of Health and the Board of Education in Warsaw, which supervises the school. The school implements the curriculum of the Ministry of National Education.
Graduates of the school receive a leaving certificate and write the State Vocational Exam. Successful passing of the exam results in obtaining a Vocational Diploma and an English-language Europass supplement, recognized in EU countries (currently the school has a 100% pass rate for the State exam).
Postgraduate Education Medical Center
The Carolina Medical Center conducts specialization courses endorsed by the Postgraduate Education Medical Center. The courses are intended for doctors who specialize in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system.
The courses are free of charge and take place at the Carolina Medical Center in Warsaw, ul. Pory 78. If you are interested, please fill in the form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.