Prim.dr.sci. Mila Jakovljević,
She was born in Zagreb. In 1972, she graduated from the School of Medicine in Zagreb.
In 1980 she completed her specialisation in internal medicine at the Department for Heart and Blood Vessel Diseases, Zagreb University Hospital Centre.
She subsequently completed a programme in cardiology and clinical pharmacology in 1980.
In 1979, she defended her master’s thesis, and in 1982 gained a doctorate in medical sciences at the University of Zagreb covering topics from the field of cardiology. In 1992, she acquired the title of primarius.
She continued cardiology training in Stockholm, Uppsala and Pisa. She was the first person in Croatia to introduce and conduct the stress echocardiography method (1992) and has published 56 scientific and academic papers, primarily in the field of cardiology.
By 2001, she had been working as an internist cardiologist specialist and chief of the Polyclinic Section at the Department for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases and Rehabilitation in Zagreb.
In 2002, she founded the Saint Nicholas Polyclinic for Cardiovascular Diseases and Prevention on Korčula.
She is a member of the Croatian Association of Physicians, the Croatian Cardiologic Association, European Cardiologic Association, European Association of Cardiac Decompensation (HFA), European Association for Echocardiography (EAE), and the New York Academy of Sciences.
She holds the Homeland Appreciation Memorial.
Ana Fabris, MD, specialist in internal medicine
She was born in Split, and completed primary and secondary school on Korčula.
In 2001, she graduated from the School of Medicine, University of Zagreb.
She undertook her trainee position at the Dubrovnik General Hospital,Korčula Medical Centre and the Vela Luka Medical Centre (2002 – 2004).
She worked in family medicine surgery and at the Emergency Medical Ward of the Korčula Medical Centre.
In 2006, she was employed at the Sveti Nikola Polyclinic for Cardiovascular Diseases on Korčula.
She specialised in internal medicine at the Split University Hospital Centre and at the Sisters of Mercy Clinical Hospital in Zagreb, where in 2010 she passed her specialist exam.
She continued her training in abdominal ultrasound diagnostics at the Split University Hospital Centre, in coloured Doppler imaging in examining extra-cranial cerebral circulation at the Sisters of Mercy Clinical Hospital in Zagreb, in Doppler ultrasound diagnostics of blood vessel diseases at the Dubrava Clinical Hospital in Zagreb, and ultrasound cardiac echocardiography at the Sisters of Mercy Clinical Hospital in Zagreb.
She has participated actively and passively at a number of cardiology congresses and is a member of the Croatian Association of Physicians.
Mare Silić, bacc. med. tech
Mare Silić was born on Korčula, where she completed primary school. She completed secondary and higher medical school in Split.
Her trainee position was performed at the Korčula Medical Centre and at the Split University Hospital Centre.
In 2015, she was employed at the Mother Marija Petković Home of the Elderly and Infirm.
In 2016, she began working at the Saint Nicholas Polyclinic for Cardiovascular Diseases on Korčula.