University Hospital Center Dr Dragiša Mišović

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University Hospital Center
Dr. Dragiša Mišović-Dedinje

Kliničko-bolnički centar
Dr Dragiša Mišović-Dedinje
Geography
Location Heroja Milana Tepića 1, Belgrade, Serbia
Organisation
Care system Publicly funded health care
Hospital type Clinical
Affiliated university University of Belgrade
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds 500+
History
Founded 1930
Links
Website Home Page
Lists Hospitals in Serbia

University Hospital Center Dr Dragiša Mišović (sometimes Clinical Hospital Center Dr Dragiša Mišović–Dedinje; Serbian: Клиничко-болнички центар Др Драгиша Мишовић-Дедиње, Kliničko–bolnički centar Dr Dragiša Mišović–Dedinje) is a health facility of secondary level in Belgrade, that performs specialist health care in its hospitals and clinics. This medical institution is based on modern principles of health care.[1] It is teaching facility of University of Belgrade School of Medicine.[1] It was established in 1930.

This Institution is named by Dragiša Mišović, pre–WWII communist and doctor.

On 24 October 2009 a great fire accident occurred in central building of the Hospital Center,[1][2][3] which interrupted a lot future operating of the center. Regardless, the main services are still active in emerged circumstances.[1]

History[edit]

History of Dr Dragiša Mišović Complex begins with 1920s. Former Society of Young Women Doctors gained a place near Dedinje from Georg Weifert.[1] In 1930, by architectural design of Živan Nikolić, was built an object designed for Belgrade mistress' rest (today's Children Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases and Tuberculosis).

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Vizija i misija.DragisaMisovic.bg.ac.rs KBC Dr Dragiša Mišović.
  2. ^ Janjatovic, Petar (24 October 2009). Od vatre spaseno svih 300 pacijenata. Novosti. Retrieved 29 August 2011. 
  3. ^ D, S (25 October 2009). Drama na Dedinju: Veliki požar u KBC ‘Dragiša Mišović’. Press. Retrieved 29 August 2011. 

Coordinates: 44°49′N 20°27′E / 44.82°N 20.45°E / 44.82; 20.45