Dagmar Gavornikova



Since 2008: ProCare ProSanus Health Care center, Bratislava, director. Responsible for 100+ professional employees providing care for more than 12 000 registered patient. Health Care center has rapidly improved quality of care and has reached excellent figures and belongs to the most demanded points of care in Slovakia, among the managerial position consecutively active as gynecologist in the clinic;

2007-2008: ProCare Inc. Slovakia – Medical Manager. Responsibility for medical supervision within new private network of health care clinics;

1994- Gynecologists in ambulatory  – of ProCare ProSanus Health Care center Bratislava;

1993-2007: B. Braun Medical Non Hospital Care – OPM / Hospital Industry / OEM Sales manager;

1989-1993: Head of Department Gynecology and Obstetrics  at Hospital in Tunisia, as a medical help for organization, who cooperated with “Doctors without borders”. Working there also for the International organization Planning family

1980-1989: Regional hospital  Galanta, Slovakia,  department of gynecology & obstetric.


Academic Background:

1992: Advanced professional certification:  Gynecology & Obstetrics;

1985: Professional certification: Gynecology & Obstetrics;

1974-1980: Medical doctor degree at Faculty of medicine Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia;

1970-1974: High school, Bratislava, specialized for math and nature sciences.


Courses and Trainings:

2012: Advanced course for creating and maintaining archetypes and semantic interoperability of medical information systems, Ocean Informatics, UK;1980-2012: participation on workshop and conferences (local and international) aimed to share new surgery techniques and concepts, tools, methods, drugs prescription and therapy in different medical areas, mainly gynecology.

1994-2001:courses of sales Training and technique;

1996: Trainings regarding financial management and HR management;

2000: Special workshops and trainings, focused to improve the diplomacy protocol, negotiation and assertivity;

2004: Consultancy and workshops targeted to new form of economic analysis, regarding the business intelligence  and score carding for efficient health care management.