Dr Dabek began his professional career in 1980 in the Obstetric and Woman’s Health Institute in Lublin, Poland, where he completed his training and gained a PhD title.
In 1990 he went to Africa. For the first two years he worked in two hospitals in Northern Zambia as a Gynaecology and Obstetrics consultant, then moved to Botswana, where he worked as a specialist in Marina Referral Hospital in Gabron. Also in Gabron, as a Team Leader of “Safemotherhood” (a programme sponsored by UNICEF), he trained doctors and nurses in perinatal complications.
In 1996 he returned to Poland. He worked for the family medicine department at Medical Academy in Lublin as well as for the Fertility Clinic. He also gained professional experience in Caithness General Hospital, Scotland and Blackpool Victoria Hospital, England.
He lived in Spain between 2008 and 2012. He organised and managed the Surgical Gynaecology Department in La Real Fundaccion Hospital de la Reina in Ponferrada, the Province of Castilla Leon (which was founded in 1942 by Catholic kings to aid pilgrims walking to Santiago de Compostela).
Since January 2015 he has been working in UK hospitals.
He is a member of The Royal College and Collegio de Medicos de Espana.