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Minister of health in Germany Philipp Rosler

Dr. Philipp Rosler Federal Minister of Health 16. November 2009

Dr. Philipp Rosler was born on 24th February 1973 in Vietnam/Khanh Hung. In November 1973, he was adopted to Germany and grew up in Hamburg-Harburg and Buckeburg. He has been married to Wiebke Rosler since 2002 and has two daughters.

Personal Background

  • 1992 Joined the German Armed Forces as a trainee medical officer
  • 1993 Studies of medicine at Hanover Medizinische Hochschule
  • 1999 Third State Examination, start of medical specialist training at the Federal Armed Forces Station Hospital in Hamburg
  • 2001 Physician and medical officer
  • 2002 Doctorate in cardiac-thoracic-vascular surgery

Political Background

  • 1992 Joined the FDP Free Democratic Party and its youth section, the Young Liberals, of the Land of Lower Saxony
  • 1996 Land Chairman of the Young Liberals of Lower Saxony, Member of the FDP Executive Committee of Lower Saxony
  • 2000- April 2004 Secretary-General of the FDP of Lower Saxony (voluntary)
  • 2003 Member of the Land Parliament of Lower Saxony Chairman of the FDP group in the Land Parliament of Lower Saxony
  • 2005 Member of the Federal Presidium (managing executive committee) of the FDP
  • 2006 Land Chairman of the FDP of Lower Saxony
  • 18th February 2009 28th October 2009 Minister of Economics, Labour and Transport of Lower Saxony
  • since 28th October 2009 Federal Minister of Health
Philipp Rosler minister of health in Germany

http://www.bmg.bund.de/EN/Ministerium/ministry__node.html?__nnn=true - government (health) Germany

1961-1969: Federal Ministry for Health Matters (Bundesministerium fur Gesundheitswesen):

1. Elisabeth Schwarzhaupt (CDU) (1961-1966)
2. Kate Strobel (SPD) (1966-1969)

1969-1991: Federal Ministry for Youth, Family and Health:

1. Kate Strobel (SPD) (1969-1972)
2. Dr. Katharina Focke (SPD) (1972-1976)
3. Antje Huber (SPD) (1976-1982)
4. Anke Fuchs (SPD) (1982-1982; for about 6 months)
5. Dr. Heiner Gei?ler (CDU) (1982-1985)
6. Prof. Rita Sussmuth (CDU) (1985-1988)
7. Prof. Ursula Lehr (CDU) (1988-1991)

1991-2002: Federal Ministry of Health:

1. Gerda Hasselfeldt (CDU) (1991-1992)
2. Horst Seehofer (CSU) (1992-1998)
3. Andrea Fischer (Bundnis 90/Die Grunen) (1998-2001)
4. Ursula Ulla Schmidt (SPD) (2001-2002)

2002-2005: Federal Ministry of Health and Social Security:

1. Ursula Schmidt (SPD) (2002-2005)

2005-present: Federal Ministry of Health:

1. Ursula Schmidt (SPD) (2005-2009)
2. Philipp Rosler (FDP) (2009-)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Ministry_of_Health_(Germany) - list with photos!

map of Germany

Germany comprises 16 states ( Bundeslander ), which are further subdivided into 439 districts ( Kreise ) and cities ( kreisfreie Stadte ).

State
Capital
Area sq.km
Population
Baden-Wurttemberg Stuttgart 35,752 10,717,000
Bavaria Munich 70,549 12,444,000
Berlin Berlin 892 3,400,000
Brandenburg Potsdam 29,477 2,568,000
Bremen Bremen 404 663,000
Hamburg Hamburg 755 1,735,000
Hesse Wiesbaden 21,115 6,098,000
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Schwerin 23,174 1,720,000
Lower Saxony Hanover 47,618 8,001,000
North Rhine-Westphalia Dusseldorf 34,043 18,075,000
Rhineland-Palatinate Mainz 19,847 4,061,000
Saarland Saarbrucken 2,569 1,056,000
Saxony Dresden 18,416 4,296,000
Saxony-Anhalt Magdeburg 20,445 2,494,000
Schleswig-Holstein Kiel 15,763 2,829,000
Thuringia Erfurt 16,172 2,355,000
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