Tomica Milosavljević

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Tomica Milosavljević
Томица Милосављевић
Minister of Health
In office
15 May 2007 – 21 February 2011
Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica
Mirko Cvetković
Preceded by Slobodan Lalović (acting)
Succeeded by Rasim Ljajić (acting)
In office
3 March 2004 – 9 November 2006
Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica
Preceded by Dragomir Marisavljević (acting)
Succeeded by Nevena Karanović (acting)
In office
19 June 2002 – 28 August 2003
Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić
Zoran Živković
Preceded by Uroš Jovanović (acting)
Succeeded by Dragomir Marisavljević (acting)
Personal details
Born (1955-12-24) 24 December 1955 (age 61)
Kruševac, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Serbian
Children 3
Alma mater University of Belgrade
Occupation Politician

Tomica Milosavljević, Prof Dr sci (Serbian Cyrillic: Томица Милосављевић [tômit͡sa milosǎːʋʎeʋit͡ɕ]; born 24 December 1955) is a Serbian doctor and politician. He served as Minister of Health in the Government of Serbia in three terms with the total span of seven years (2002–03, 2004–06, 2007–11). He is also employed as a full professor at the University of Belgrade and works in the Clinical Centre of Serbia in Belgrade.


He finished elementary and high school in Paraćin, as the winner of Vuk diploma. He graduated from the Belgrade Medical School in 1979, where he also finished his master's degree studies in 1983 and PhD in 1988. He is a specialist of internal medicine with sub specialization of gastroenterology. Milosavljević finished professional postgraduate specialization in Munich (Klinikum rechts der Isar), Amsterdam (Academic Medical Center) and London (St. Mark's Hospital).

Medical and political career[edit]

He is one of the founders of once prominent Serbian political party G17 Plus, and was vice president until 2010, and Chairman of G17 plus board of the City of Belgrade, until 2009.

He was appointed as Minister of Health in the Government of Serbia for three times. In 2002 he was elected for the first time, re-elected on 3 March 2004, and once again re-elected on 15 May 2007.

From 2005 to 2008 he served as a member of the Standing Committee for Europe, and from 2009 to 2012 member of the Executive Board of WHO in Geneva. In September 2007 he was the 57th President Session of WHO Europe held in Belgrade, President of the European Conference on Palliative Care, held in Belgrade, in 2005, 2007, Vice-President of the European Conference on Migration and Health held in Bratislava - Slovakia, 2008th The Vice President of the European Conference (World Health Organization) on health systems in Tallinn, Estonia .

Since 2008 member of the Board of Eagen (European Association for Gastroenterology, Endoscopy and nutrition) - re-elected period to 2019, from 2015th, as a representative of EAGEN is a member of the General Assembly of the UEG (United European Gastroenterology). Between 1998 and 2002 he was president of the Yugoslav Association of Digestive Endoscopy, 2004-2008. Chairman of the Yugoslav coloproctology society from 2009 to 2013. President of the Serbian Association of Gastroenterology. In 2008, he was vice president of the World Congress of the International Association of Surgeons, Gastroenterologists and Oncologists (IASGO) in Beijing, China. In 2009 he was president of the European Bridgining Meeting in Gastroenterology held in Belgrade. He organized and was co-director of "Postgraduate Course Eagen" in Belgrade 2007, 2009 and 2011, as well as in Milocer, Montenegro 2013.

During his ministerial mandate the Agency for Medicines, Serbia was established and legally regulated and established the Chamber of employees in the health care system (medical, dental, pharmaceutical, biochemical, sister), Agency for Accreditation of Health Institutions, as well as the Chamber of health institutions, established in accordance with the law, Health Council of Serbia, introduced a law regulating protection of patients' rights. He has published about 300 papers, book chapters and monographs, papers in national and international journals, of which 3o cited in SCI, with over 100 citations in the foreign professional and scientific literature. The lecturer was invited to several universities abroad (Florence, Cluj, Magdeburg) as well as at meetings of international importance under the auspices of the UEG (United European Gastroenterology ), accredited by the European Board of Gastroenterology.

Personal life[edit]

He is married and has three children.



  • T.Milosavljević and I.Jovanovic. Helicobacter pylori CD - Rom edition, DanDesign in cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, in 1999.
  • T.Milosavljević . Helicobacter pylori in clinical practice. Time books, Belgrade, 1996.
  • T. Milosavljevic, Mr. D.Jovanovic, V.Petrović. Helicobacter pylori, 100 questions and answers. Hemofarm Vrsac, 2000th *T.Milosavljević, M.Krstić. Diseases of the digestive system and liver in primary care. Pillars of Culture, Belgrade, 2007a.

Chapters in books[edit]

  • Milosavljevic T. Primary sclerosing cholangitis. In: Teodorović J et al.: Gastroenterology, the third part of the Children newspapers Belgrade, 1991:477 - eighth
  • T.Milosavljević. Jaundice (216-222) of portal hypertension (227-230) postcholecystotomy syndrome (261-262) Obstructive jaundice (264-268) cholangitis (270-271) cholangiocarcinoma (272-274) In : O.Popović . Gastroenterology 100 lessons - a manual for physicians. Savinac, Belgrade, in 1995.
  • T.Milosavljević. Endoscopic intervention methods in biliary diseases. In : R. Čolović Surgery of the biliary system, the Institute for textbooks and teaching aids, Belgrade, 1998:369-384.
  • T. Milosavljević: Endoscopic diagnostic methods (67-82) Endoscopic interventions in pancreatic disease (287-298), in Colović R. Pancreatic Surgery, Institute for Textbooks and Teaching Aids, Belgrade, in 1998.
  • T.Milosavljević. Primary sclerosing cholangitis. In Kostic K, Grbic R: Bile acids in liver and biliary channels. Medical Academy of Serbian Medical Society and the Medical Faculty, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 1999 :101 - 110th
  • T.Milosavljevic, and Jovanovic. Endoscopic diagnosis of diseases associated with increased secretion of HCl (95 -100). In : Nagorno A: Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract associated with increased secretion of hydrochloric acid, Prosveta Nis, Nis, 2005.
  • T Milosavljevic, and Jovanovic. Endoscopic therapy of diseases associated with increased secretion of HCl (183-192). In : Nagorno A: Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract associated with increased secretion of hydrochloric acid, Prosveta Nis, Nis, 2005.
  • Sokic Milutinovic A, Wex T, Todorovic V, Bjelovic M, Milosavljevic T, Malfertheiner P. Influence of Helicobacter pylori infection on gastrin / somatostatin link. Are there any differences related to the disease outcome. In: BA Levine (Editor): Neuropeptide Research Trends. Nova Science Publishers, 2007 : 65-96.


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Political offices
Preceded by
Uroš Jovanović (acting)
Dragomir Marisavljević (acting)
Slobodan Lalović (acting)
Minister of Health of Serbia
Succeeded by
Dragomir Marisavljević (acting)
Nevena Karanović (acting)
Rasim Ljajić (acting)