MUDr. Jiří Fencl

Specialization: General Surgery Proctology

Clinics: Prague 5 – Waltrovka

Language skills: Czech English


Curriculum Vitae

At his practice, he specializes in proctology and on laparoscopic surgery.

Education:

  • 1985–1992 –  First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, General Medicine
  • 1995 – 1st attestation in the field of General Surgery
  • 2005 – Specialized competence in the field of General Surgery

Experience:

  • 1992–1995 – Surgery Department of the Thomayer Hospital (FTN), support doctor
  • 1995–1996 – Orcain s.r.o. private medical facility, outpatient surgeon
  • 1995–2001 – Neratovice City Hospital, support doctor
  • 1996–2008 – Medi-centrum Skalka s.r.o. private medical facility, deputy lead doctor of the surgical practice
  • 1996–2004 – ASČR Prague West emergency service, rapid response doctor
  • 2001–2012 – Palas Athéna s.r.o. private medical facility, manager and lead doctor of the ward and patient rooms
  • 2012– ongoing – Clinicum a.s. private medical facility, lead doctor of the Center for one-day surgery and gynecology

Membership in professional societies:

  • Czech Surgical Society
  • Czech Hernia Society – member of EHS (European Hernia Society)
  • Coloproctological Section of Czech Surgical Society (ČCHS)

Articles and news

News

Information on appointments at partner clinics now in the app

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Carefree mammogram. Now at the Waltrovka Mammography Centre

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Do you have a sedentary job? Protect your posture and health with some simple exercises

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Melanoma can arise even from inconspicuous moles. It can be detected with a preventive examination

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Gynaecological surgery at Canadian Medical: A combination of quality and convenience

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Gynecological infections are common- almost every woman experiences it some point in her life

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All women should visit their gynaecologist at least once a year for a preventive check-up

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Acute laryngitis – causes, symptoms, and treatment

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Tick-borne encephalitis: it doesn’t end with the bite

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