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Our Vision

“We are a knowledge based network organization symbolizing the 21st century paradigm inthe healthcare industry.”

what HLMDI stands for

Happiness and maintenance of the relative state of well-being Learning translated into the most important measurable asset of development Management and Total Leadership for achieving synergy Development in an Optimized and Sustainable Manner Inspired and Inspiring attitude

About us

We believe in a responsive economy and healthcare system We live with the future, and enact the future   We believe in ourselves as the leaders of change We are a part of the global healthcare system and we stand for common values


Address: Health Leaders Association, Pécs, 7633, Építők str. 4/a. Mobil: (0036) 70 9462399

Our Mission

We see our role as leaders of socio-economic transition towards a knowledge based healthcareindustry, in line with WHO’s understanding, an industry which is “effective” in promoting therelative state of people’s socio-psychological, socio-economic and physical well-being.

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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 21:03

Nov 4 :Zsofia Pasztor-HLMDI member at TEDx



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This year's TEDxSnoIsleLibraries has featured a new way to interact.
During the event (and until November 13) all can join TED online to comment and ask questions using  mobile devices or computers through the interactive software platform.

Zsofia Pasztor

Farmer Frog Executive Director


Zsofia Pasztor’s passions are children and the environment. She is the founder of Farmer Frog.An award-winning landscape designer, permaculturist, horticulturist, and arborist, Zsofia teaches restoration horticulture, urban agriculture, and low impact development (LID) at Edmonds Community College. She also teaches sustainable site management internationally through several non-profit organizations. Zsofia was born and raised in Hungary. She and her husband, Zsolt Pasztor, left Hungary in 1987 and spent almost two years in a United Nations refugee camp before the United States brought them to Denver. They moved to Washington State in 1990 with four children. Zsofia has observed that when people grow food together, they improve their sense of community as well as their health. Across generations, everyone can participate in food production. Zsofia is concerned about children who may face preventable, lifestyle- and diet-related diseases

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