Lengvarský, Vladimír

Lengvarský, Vladimír

Minister of Health of the Slovak Republic

Brigadier General Vladimír Lengvarský was born on 18 August 1969 in Levoča. In 1988, he became a professional soldier while studying at Military University. As of January 2020, he holds the rank of the Brigadier General and in the course of his military service, Minister Lengvarský was decorated with numerous military medals. Prior to becoming minister, he served as Director of the Office at the Surgeon General of the Slovak Armed Forces in Ružomberok and as Director of the Central Military Hospital in Ružomberok.


Wednesday 16 June

  • Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: Re-designing Health Care Systems

    How to increase the capacity of healthcare systems? How to finance healthcare innovatively? How has the health crisis catalysed innovation in the health sector? How to make this innovation sustainable, safe, available and affordable for all? How to integrate tech into healthcare solutions to increase their efficacy and provide better and more affordable healthcare?

    • Lengvarský, Vladimír
    • Colombo, Francesca
    • Hanefeld, Johanna
    • Smatana, Martin
    • Grom, Gabriele
    • Wheaton, Sarah


    Grand Hotel River Park