Dr. Juan Carlos Ramírez Fernández

  • Head of the Urology and Lithiasis Unit at Hospital Ruber Internacional (1997 to present).
  • Head of the Extracorporeal Lithotripsy Unit at the Ruber International Hospital (1985 to 1997).
  • Head of the Urology Service at the Príncipe de Asturias Hospital in Alcalá de Henares in Madrid (1988 to 1990).
  • Head of the Urology Team at INSALUD in Madrid (1977 to 1985).
  • Member of the Kidney Transplant Team of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital in Madrid (1979 to 1985).
  • Chief of Residents of the Urology Chair and Service of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital in Madrid since 1978.
  • Resident Physician of the Urology Chair and Service of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid (1974 to 1978).
  • Director of the International Solidarity Cooperation Office of the Spanish Association of Urology since 2016.
  • Honorary Member of Hadassah Medical Relief Association. INC. (Hadassah Spain). 2006.
  • Honorary Member of the Spanish Association of Urology. 2018.
  • Member of several national and international urological societies.
  • Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Granada. June 1973.
  • Medical specialist in Urology (1976).
  • Doctor in Medicine and Surgery from the Complutense University of Madrid with the qualification “cum laude” with the thesis “Results of urethropexy in the treatment of female urinary incontinence. Adaptation of a new technique» (1993).
  • University expert in Management and use of minimally invasive Technologies in Surgery (2005).
  • Author of multiple scientific articles in national and international urological journals and chapters in books on the specialty.
  • Associate Professor of Health Sciences, Area of Surgery of the Faculty of Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid since 1990.
  • Author of his own technique for the correction of female urinary incontinence: Simplified retropubic colposuspension.
  • University expert in management and use of minimally invasive technologies in surgery. Complutense University of Madrid. 2005.
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