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Innere Medizin und Gastroenterologie und Hepatologie (Austria)

  • Generic name of profession

    Doctor of Medicine
    harmonised training required here:
    Specialist medical training (Article 25 of Directive 2005/36/EC)
  • Identification

    Name of regulated profession:
    Innere Medizin und Gastroenterologie und Hepatologie
    Generic category in Annex V: Gastroenterology (EN)
    All regions
  • Legal information

    Legal basis for regulation

    EU Law :
    DIRECTIVE 2005/36/EC
    National legislation:

    Ärtzegesetz 1998, BGBl. I Nr. 169/1998
    Ärztinnen-/Ärzte-Ausbildungsordnung 2015, BGBl. II Nr. 147/2015

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    Type of regulation :
    Reserves of activities and protected title


    Recognition under:
    DIRECTIVE 2005/36/EC
    Additional information :
    Recognition under Directive 2005/36/EC:
    Doctor in basic and specialised medicine both listed in Annex V
    Qualification level:
    Prior check of qualifications for a temporary and/or occasional provision of services:
    Prior check of qualifications only for individual professionals not benefiting from automatic recognition:
  • Activities

    Description of activities:

    Die gesamte Innere Medizin, die Prävention, Diagnostik, Behandlung und Nachbehandlung aller Erkrankungen des Gastrointestinaltrakts, der Leber und des Pankreas einschließlich der diagnostischen und therapeutischen gastrointestinalen Verfahren.


    Entire internal medicine, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of all diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas, including diagnostic and therapeutic gastrointestinal procedures.

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