Central Norway Regional Health Authority

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Helse Midt-Norge RHF
Type Regional health authority
Industry Healthcare
Founded 2002
Headquarters Stjørdal, Norway
Area served Central Norway
Key people Trond Michael Andersen (CEO)
Marthe Styve Holte (Chairman)
Revenue Increase NOK 10.3 billion (2006)
Operating income NOK -917 million (2006)
Employees (2007)
Parent Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services
Subsidiaries Nordmøre and Romsdal Hospital Trust
Nord-Trøndelag Hospital Trust
St. Olav's Hospital Trust
Sunnmøre Hospital Trust
Central Norway Drug and Alcohol Treatment Trust
Central Norway Pharmaceutical Trust
Website www.helse-midt.no

Central Norway Regional Health Authority (Norwegian: Helse Midt-Norge RHF) is a state-owned regional health authority responsible for operating the hospitals in the counties of Nord-Trøndelag, Sør-Trøndelag and Møre og Romsdal in Norway. Based in Stjørdal, the authority operates five health trusts that operate nine hospitals. It is led by chairman Kolbjørn Almlid (Centre Party) and CEO Jan Eirik Thoresen.

All real estate related to the hospitals is managed by Helsebygg Midt-Norge, a division of the authority. Other central agencies include Helse Midt-Norge IT that operates the information technology systems as well as Midt-Norsk Helsenett that operates the healthcare information network in Central Norway. St. Olav's Hospital cooperates with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology to provide medical education in Trondheim.

Subsidiaries[edit]

Defunct subsidiaries: