Zaragoza, Jan 22 (EFE). - The Governing Council of Aragon today approved the proposal of the Minister of Health, Welfare and Family, Ricardo Oliván, to appoint Maria Angeles Alcutén as new Managing Director Aragon Health Service (Health ).
Maria Angeles Alcutén (Daroca - Zaragoza) has been appointed by the Government of Aragon Health new managing director to replace Thomas Tenza, who was dismissed after being indicted for an alleged breach of trust as a health service manager in Castilla and Leon.
Alcutén a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Zaragoza, is graduate in Statistical Methods in Health Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Master in Health Economics and Health Management at the University Pompeu Faba (Barcelona) and Master of Senior Management in Health Institutions by IESE Madrid, announced today the Minister of the Presidency,Roberto Bermudez de Castro.
The new manager also has teaching experience in both primary and specialized care.
Alcutén, career officer in the Medical Corps of Inspectors, has been practicing for seven years in the Medical Inspection of Alcaniz (Teruel) from 1991-1998.
During that period he developed as head of the Inspection in Alcaniz and Temporary Disability provincial coordinator in the Provincial Health Institute of Teruel.
From 1998 to 2002 he was the managing director of the Hospital of Alcaniz and the years 2002 and 2003 he was Deputy Director of Development and Quality Care in the Cantabrian Health Service currently is Medical Inspector in the Provincial Health Service, Social Welfare and Family of the province of Zaragoza.
It has also developed, among other responsibilities, functions Muface Medical Adviser at the provincial level from September 2004-2012.
From the October 15, 2012 to the present has been the Temporary Disability provincial coordinator and the director of the team that is conducting audits of all public hospitalscommunity of Aragon.
The counselor Alcutén Oliván considered as the ideal person for this position and knowing that will continue the strategic line and 400 captured in the 2012-2015 health measures. EFE