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IFHE LEADERSHIP


IFHE executive committee members


The activities and direction of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE) are steered by an executive committee.


LILIANA FONT Architect. Consejo Presional de Arquitectura e Ingeniería, Buenos Aires, Argentina (CPAU); Sociedad Central de Arquitectos (SCA). Liliana is founder partner of AFS


ARQUITECTOS S.C., architectural office which specialises in hospital planning. She is a founder member and past


president of Asociación Argentina de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Hospitalaria (AADAIH) and was president of the AADAIH Latin American Congresses in Buenos Aires in 1993, 1998 and 2006. She has been an IFHE Executive


Committee Member from 1992-1998, 2000- 2002 and 2010-2014; an IFHE Council Member from 1988-2012; and was a member of the IFHE DIGEST Advisory Panel from 2009-2013.


OLE RIST Ole Rist began his working career as an assistant in an entrepreneurial company in Stokmarknes, Norway. He went on to join the Royal Norwegian Air Force and graduated as a radar specialist in 1971. He graduated from Tinius Olsen technical college in 1975. In 1983 he took up the position of


technical manager at a hospital in Stokmarkne. Shortly after the formation of The Forum for Sykehusenes Tekniske Ledelse (FSTL) he became a board member. In 2007 he was engaged by World Health


Organization (WHO) to work out plans for isolation rooms in four hospitals in Tadjikistan. He was also engaged in 2010 by the World Bank to undertake the same procedure in four hospitals in Bhutan.


DOUWE KIESTRA President of the Dutch (NVTG), The Dutch Federation of Technical Facility Managers in Healthcare; Observer of the (IFHE), International Federation of Hospital Engineering; Member of several Branch Committees. CEO of the national All-round


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DARRYL PITCHER IFHE Second Vice President AUSTRALIA


GUNNAR BAEKKEN IFHE General Secretary NORWAY


Installation company Pranger-Rosier. He has many years experience working in the building industry and hospitals.


DARRYL PITCHER CEO for Bethsalem Care and GreenBriars Village, Australia. He has many years experience in hospital engineering in the public and private sectors. He is a past President, Institute of Hospital Engineering, Australia. (IHEA). Previously he oversaw a ‘revamp’ of the IHEA website and The Australian Hospital Engineer journal.


STEVE DRINKROW IFHE Treasurer SOUTH AFRICA


GUNNAR BAEKKEN Gunnar Baekken – Past President of International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE) and a Past Vice President of the Norwegian Association of Biomedical Engineering and a Past President of the Norwegian Association of Hospital Engineering (FSTL). He has also participated in national and international committees concerning Hospital Technology and Facilities management, including the World Health Organisation (WHO). He is currently Director of Non Medical


IFHE DIGEST 2015


LILIANA FONT President ARGENTINA


OLE RIST IFHE Immediate Past President NORWAY


DOUWE KIESTRA IFHE First Vice President THE NETHERLANDS


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