Anette Damgaard to be Vice President of Falck Healthcare in Denmark
Anette Damgaard will resume the new role of Vice President of Falck Healthcare in Denmark on February 1st. She will enter the Nordic management group for “employee healthcare”. Anette Damgaard is 49 years of age and a candidate of law.
Anette Damgaard comes to Falck from a position as director of Mølholm private Hospital in Vejle, Denmark. She has also formerly been director of law and health with PFA and Skandia as well as head of healthcare politics with Danish Chamber of Commerce.
The first major task for Anette Damgaard is to head up the merger of Falck Healthcare in Denmark and Quick Care. The ambition behind the merger is to become an even stronger player within the field of employee healthcare.
EVP of Falck Healthcare, Jan Steenhard, is delighted that Anette Damgaard has chosen to come to Falck.
- Anette has a profile that fits the job and she is a very well respected name in the business. I am certain that we have found just the right leader when it comes to the merger of our two central areas of business in Denmark.
Anette Damgaard is looking forward to starting her new job with Falck.
- Falck is a private provider of healthcare that I deeply respect. That respect was founded through my relationship with Falck, both as a costumer and a competitor. Falck Healthcare contains a lot of potential which I will do my utmost to fulfill.
For further information, please reach out to Falcks press office at: +45 7022 0307.
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For more than a century, Falck has worked with local and national governments to prevent accidents, diseases and emergency situations, to rescue and assist people in emergencies quickly and competently and to rehabilitate people after illness or injury.
Falck operates in 30 countries and has approximately 30,000 employees.