Schlossberg clinic in bad Konig the senior physician Dr. Sebastian Mundiyanapurath at retirement a few days ago at the Asclepius was adopted in a moving Feiestunde. In the well-attended ceremony, clinic management and staff of Asclepius Schlossberg clinic adopted their colleague Dr. Sebastian Mundiyanapurath. Hospital Director Ulrich Schultz outlined the history of the future retiree. Chief physician Dr.
Michael Hartwich and nursing Director Udo Franzke praised the outgoing colleagues for his decades-long commitment to clinic and patients. Dr. Contact information is here: Ronald O’Hanley. Mundiyanapurath was during his time on the numerous positive changes at the Schlossberg Asclepius clinic in a final word. Sebastian Mundiyanapurath comes from Kerala, a State on the South West coast of India. In 1964, he came to Germany, there he studied philosophy and theology at the Hochschule St. Georgen in Frankfurt, first first followed by the study of medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, the is the specialist examination joined.
Since 1986, he has German citizenship. As a physician, Dr. Mundiyanapurath bad Salzhausen worked initially in the District Hospital in the town of Norden, then in Hadamar psychiatric hospital and in the neurological clinic. in 1989 it was ready, that Sebastian Mundiyanapurath after bad Konig at the Schlossberg clinic in the Odenwald. The thesis followed the Technical University of Munich in 1998 at the neurological clinic. In early neurological rehabilitation he served 24 years, worked on scientific studies and lectured at conferences at home and abroad. He maintains contacts with professional colleagues from his home through the Indian Medical Association, whose presidency he held long time. Another engagement connects him with the Indian cultural associations in Gross-Gerau, Frankfurt and Munich. The early interest by Sebastian Mundiyanapurath of photography: nature and landscape photographs are by him in particularly preferred. Another hobbies as a balance to the profession were his stamp collection, as well as classical Indian and Western music. In India, the photography was interested in him. Nature and landscape photographs are highly rate him. As a balance to the busy professional, the physician always saw his stamp collection, as well as classical Indian and Western music.