Department Head: Prof. Ewa Małecka – Tendera, MD. Ph.D.

Head Nurse: Małgorzata Wolska, MA

Secretary’s office of the Department (32) 207 16 54

email: endo_sk6@sum.edu.pl

Number of beds: 50 (Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes: 30; Department of Pediatrics: 20)

Floor: 5

 

Department Head:

Prof. Ewa Małecka – Tendera, MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics, endocrinology and diabetes with over 40 years of professional experience. In the years 2005 – 2009 she was President of the Polish Society of Pediatric Endocrinology, President of the Pediatric Section of the Polish Society of Endocrinology and Polish Association for the Study of Obesity. Member of the National Coordination Team for Growth Hormone Application. Member of the Working Committee for Turner’s Syndrome and Childhood Obesity of the European Society for Pediatric Endocrinology.

Head Nurse: Małgorzata Wolska, MA

Coordinating nurse: Roksana Wałdoch, MA

 

Department team:

Prof. Przemysława Jarosz – Chobot – specialist in pediatrics and diabetology; Silesian Provincial Consultant for Diabetology; Member of the General Board of the Polish Diabetological Association and of the Pediatric Section of the Polish Diabetological Association, Member of the Group of European Union Experts, Member of the Group of Experts of the Ministry of Health; Member of the National Group of Experts of the Polish Diabetological Association and global recommendations for diabetes treatment of ISPAD (International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes) and IDF (International Diabetes Federation); clinician with over 30 years of professional experience in pediatrics and diabetology.

Aneta Gawlik MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; specialist registrar in diabetology, clinician with 17 years of professional experience; she deals inter alia with the issue of gender differentiation and diagnosing and treatment of girls with Turner’s syndrome; Member of the Working Committee for Turner’s Syndrome of the European Society for Pediatric Endocrinology.

Grażyna Deja MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; clinician with 18 years of professional experience; her clinical–research interests are focused on rare forms of diabetes and application of new technologies in diabetes treatment and monitoring.

Barbara Kalina-Faska MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; clinician with over 20 years of professional experience; Member of the National Coordination Team for Growth Hormone Application; in the years 2005 – 2009 Secretary of the Polish Society for Pediatric Endocrinology. Currently she is supervising the Therapeutic Health Programme of the National Health Fund in Pediatric Endocrinology. She treats children suffering from Prader-Willi syndrome, trisomy 21, growth impairment (including growth impairment in children born with low birth weight), thyroid dysfunctions; she performs ultrasound examinations of the thyroid gland and testicles (certificate of the Polish Society of Ultrasonography)

Aleksandra Januszek – Trzciąkowska MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; clinician with over 25 years of professional experience; her particular interests in the scope of clinical work are focused on puberty disorders, in particular precocious puberty, endocrinological monitoring of patients in intensive therapy departments and endocrinological problems of newborn infants; she performs ultrasound examinations of the thyroid gland and testicles.

Paweł Matusik MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; clinician with 16 years of professional experience; his particular professional interests include issues related to obesity, metabolic complications and calcium and phosphate metabolic disorders; he performs ultrasound examinations of the thyroid gland and testicles

Maria Kalina MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics, specialist registrar in clinical genetics; clinician with 15 years of professional experience; she deals inter alia with endocrinological monitoring of children suffering from onco-hematological diseases and with growth disorders in children suffering from dysmorphic syndrome.

Agnieszka Zachurzok MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics, specialist registrar in endocrinology; clinician with 11 years of professional experience; her particular professional interests include issues related to menstrual disorders and hyperandrogenism in girls and obesity.

Elżbieta Berdej – Szczot MD – specialist in pediatrics and clinical immunology; clinician with over 20 years of professional experience; Member of the Polish Working Committee for Primary Immunodeficiency Disorder; she is responsible for diagnosing and treating children suffering from immune system disorders, Kawasaki disease and water-electrolyte imbalance.

Małgorzata Firek-Pędras, MD. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and endocrinology; clinician with over 25 years of professional experience;

  1. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and diabetology; clinician with nearly 20 years of professional experience; her clinical interests are focused on treatment of diabetes with intensive insulin therapy method, using insulin pens and personal insulin pumps. Taking into consideration her general pediatric practice she deals with the diagnosis of chronic feverishness.

Mariola Minkina-Pędras

  1. Ph.D. – specialist in pediatrics and diabetology; clinician with nearly 20 years of professional experience; her particular interests in the scope of diabetology are related to the treatment of patients with the application of personal insulin pumps and continuous monitoring of subcutaneous glucose.

Oliwia Szylaj, MA – clinical and forensic psychologist, conducting post-graduate studies in psychotraumatology; she provides emotional support to children and their families in crisis situations caused by the disease; together with the patients she looks for ways to cope with the difficulties involved in the treatment process.

Katarzyna Lubnau – secretary

Urszula Leśnik – medical statistician