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Krystyna Wysocka

Krystyna Wysocka, Polish rheumatologist, researcher. Recipient The Cross of Gallantry award Polish Home Army, 1944, The Silver Cross of Merit award Polish State Council, 1971, The Order of Merit award Gorzow Vivodeship Council, 1985, The Chivalary Cross of Poland Revival Order Polonia Restituta award Polish State Council, 1985.


  • Wysocka, Krystyna was born on July 30, 1925 in Lvov, Ukraine, Poland. Daughter of Karol Klimczyk and Rosalia (Procner) Klumczyk.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Pomeranian Medical Academy, Szczecin, Poland, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine, Pomeranian Medical Academy, Szczecin, Poland, 1977.


    • Junior assistant in anatomy Pomeranian Medical Academy, Szczecin, 1950-1954. Assistant researcher 1st Department Cardiology, 1956-1961, first degree of internat medicine. 2nd degree internal medicine 3rd Department Internal Medicine, 1962.

      Head rheumatology department County Hospital, 1967-1995. Consultant, 1995-1999.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Second lieutenant The Home Army, 1941-1944. Member Polish Society Rheumatology (president local branch 1979-1988), Polish Internists Society, Polish MDs Society (president local branch 1987-1994), New York Academy of Sciences.



    Theater, fiction, painting, swimming.


    • Married Zbingniew Wysocki, January 30, 1957 (deceased May 20, 1980). Children: Wojciech, Jerzy, Maciej.
    • father: Karol Klimczyk Klumczyk
    • mother: Rosalia (Procner) Klumczyk
    • spouse: Zbingniew Wysocki
    • children: Wojciech Wysocka
    • Jerzy Wysocka
    • Maciej Wysocka
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    Born July 30, 1925
    • 1965
      Pomeranian Medical Academy
    • 1977
      Pomeranian Medical Academy
    • 1950 - 1954
      Junior assistant, in anatomy Pomeranian Medical Academy
      Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland
    • 1962
      2nd degree intern, al medicine 3rd Department Internal Medicine
    • 1967 - 1995
      head, rheumatology department County Hospital
    • 1995 - 1999