Rikshospitalet–Radiumhospitalet

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Rikshospitalet–Radiumhospitalet HF
Type Health trust
Industry Healthcare
Founded 1 January 2005
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Area served Norway
Parent Southern and Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority
Subsidiaries Rikshospitalet
Norwegian Radium Hospital
Website www.rikshospitalet.no

Rikshospitalet–Radiumhospitalet Hospital Trust (Norwegian: Rikshospitalet–Radiumhospitalet HF) was created in 2005 when Rikshospitalet merged with the Norwegian Radium Hospital. The trust belongs to the Southern and Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority.

The board of directors is chaired by Steinar Marthinsen. Among the board members appointed by the Regional Health Authority, the politically appointed are Kristin Ørmen Johnsen, Barbro-Lill Hætta-Jacobsen, Eirik Moen, Sigbjørn Molvik and Maj-Britt Svastuen, and the other are Liv Arum, Randi Flesland and Stig Slørdahl. The employees' representatives are Vibeke Braastad Kristiansen, Mark Baekelandt, Pål Berdahl, Tiril Svensen and Elisabeth Emilsen.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Board of directors - Rikshospitalet HF

Coordinates: 59°56′55″N 10°42′55″E / 59.9486°N 10.7153°E / 59.9486; 10.7153