Estonia: Ex-hospital manager accused of graft becomes CEO of private health services co

  • 2016-11-29
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - Tonis Allik, former CEO of the North Estonia Medical Centre (PERH) who stands accused of corruption, has been appointed CEO of Estonia's largest private health service provider AS Medicum. "I value very highly the know-how and experience of Tonis Allik and it is with a feeling of confidence that I entrust the helm to him," asserted Jaanus Vool, one of the founders and current CEO of Medicum, who will begin work as the chairman of the supervisory board of Medicum. "Tonis Allik is a very strong addition to our team from whom w...
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