MUDr. Petr Žáček, MBA
Head of physicians
Faculty of Pediatrics, Charles University, Prague
- 1st degree attestation in Pediatrics 1989
- 2nd degree attestation in Pediatrics 1993
- MBA – AHCM Čelákovice 2010
- Professional qualification in Pediatrics
- Professional qualification as a General Practitioner for Children and Adolescents
- Lead doctor – senior consultant of a medical facility
- 1.9.1985 - 30.9.1986 (out of which 1.10.1985 - 30.9.1986 constituted basic military service) - OLÚ TRN Nová Ves pod Pleší, Department of Surgery - secondary doctor
- 6.10.1986 - 15.2.1987 - University Pediatric Hospital and Polyclinic, Černopolní 9 - Brno, Orthopedic practice - secondary doctor
- 1.3.1987 - 31.10.1989 – Thomayer University Hospital, Vídeňská 800, Prague 4 - Krč, Pediatric Department - secondary doctor
- 1.11.1989 - 31.7.1993 - Bulovka University Hospital, Budínova 2 - Prague 8, Pediatric Department - secondary doctor
- 1.7.1993 – 30.4.2010 – Homolka Hospital, Roentgenova 2 - Prague 5, Department of Pediatrics- independent doctor and eventually the lead doctor
- 1.1.2010 – 30.9.2016 - Program H plus s.r.o. - Lead doctor of the Pediatric Department
Membership in professional organizations:
- Association of General Practitioners for Children and Adolescents (SPLDD ČR)
- Czech Pediatric Society of J. E. Purkyně
Small children are especially vulnerable to various illnesses throughout the autumn and winter months. Parents sometimes feel that as soon as their child recovers from an illness, another one follows. So it continues with a runny nose until spring … Parents then often ask pediatricians whether something like that is “normal”, i.e. that their child is “almost constantly ill”. What is and isn’t considered normal and when to pay increased attention is all described in our article below.
On the evening of the World Hearing Day (3rd of March), representatives of the Ministry of Health, along with experts from the field, joined to support a new approach in the prevention of hearing loss and other hearing impairments in children. Based on their recommendations, a professional examination of the child’s auditory system by an ENT specialist will now be a part of the 5 year-old preventative examination. The child should be referred to the ENT specialist by their paediatrician during their preventative 5-year check-up, or ultimately, the parent may request an ENT appointment on behalf of their child. This eliminates the possible risk that the child won’t thrive at school, simply because they can’t understand their teacher.
09. 04. 2019 Everything you need to know about chickenpox
What is the difference between chickenpox and smallpox? What is the diseases incubation time? How is it transmitted, how does it manifest, how does it heal? Canadian Medical’s pediatrician, Dr. Petr Žáček, answers your questions.
13. 02. 2020 Head Lice: how to get rid of them
Have you noticed lice in your own or your child’s hair? Don’t worry, their presence isn’t an indication of poor hair hygiene. However, they do spread quickly so you need to treat them as soon as you spot them. The good news is that treating lice no longer involves having to shave all of your hair off.