Elektra Bartha, M.D. graduated from Semmelweis Medical University. She completed her internal residency training in 1981, and attained board certification in Cardiology in 1985. From 1975 to 1987 she worked at Bajcsy- Zsilinszky Hospital’s Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Between 1991 and 1993, she gained experience at the AKH, Universität Wien Kardiochirurgische Klinik in Vienna. Currently, she works at Semmelweis University Hospital’s Cardiology Department. She is available for acute inpatient care, and outpatient echocardiography examinations.
She specializes in Marfan Syndrome, heart attacks, heart rhythm disorders, embolism, heart valve functions and dysfunction, congenital heart disease, heart muscle and pericardial disorders.
She is a member of the Hungarian Internal Medicine Association, Association of Hungarian Cardiologist, European Association of Echocardiography, Hungarian Cardiac Surgeon Association, and she is Secretary of the Hungarian Marfan Foundation.
She speaks English, German, and Greek.
In her free time she plays with her dog, enjoys the outdoors, plays bridge, and reads.