Kitti graduated in 2008 from the Faculty of General Medicine of the University of Szeged. In 2011, adding to her medical diploma, she gained a doctorate in traditional Chinese medicine at the National Institute of Complementary Medical Methodology. She later successfully completed a specialised examination in anaesthesiology and intensive therapy at Semmelweis University Faculty of Medicine.
Initially, Kitti trained as a resident at the SOTE Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy Clinic, before spending her probationary years as a specialist registrar at the Central Department of Intensive Care of Szent János Hospital in the Municipality of Budapest. Since 2014, she also works as a consultant at the Department of Intensive Care of Kátai Gábor Hospital in Karcag.
A regular speaker at conferences, she lectured at the Congress on Pulmonology and Anaesthesiology in Bikal in 2011, and has also participated in professional events in the Netherlands, Milan and Prague.
Open to holistic cures, Kitti believes that combining Western remedies with the advantages of naturally effective mechanisms in biological therapies represents a great opportunity in the service of health. She speaks English and German.