The Toulouse University Hospital Center (CHU) will change director. Marc Penaud, head of Toulouse Hospitals since July 2018, will leave this post by the end of 2021. Including the three interim directors, the Toulouse University Hospital will have seen 7 directors at his head since 2012.
The Toulouse University Hospital Center (CHU) confirms the departure of its managing director, Marc Penaud, by the end of 2021.
Marc Penaud took over as head of Toulouse Hospitals in July 2018, after the departure of Raymond Le Moign, who had been appointed Chief of Staff to Agnès Buzyn, Minister of Solidarity and Health. A six-month interim had been provided by Anne Ferrer, deputy director general of the Toulouse University Hospital, before her arrival.
Marc Penaud, a graduate of the Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux, of the School of Advanced Studies in Public Health, holder of a master’s degree specializing in technological management and innovation from the Grenoble School of Management, had started his career as Deputy Director of the University Hospitals of Strasbourg (HUS), from 1996 to 2003. He then successively held the positions of Director of Finance and Information System at the Cannes Hospital Center (CH), Director of the Projects Department of Strasbourg University Hospitals, medical affairs and research then as director of the finance, information and quality system until 2009, still in Strasbourg. From 2009 to 2016, he was deputy director general of the CHU de Grenoble, where he devoted himself in particular to the development of innovative projects before becoming director general of the Groupement hospitalier régional (GHR) of Mulhouse and South-Alsace in January 2016. To his Having arrived in Toulouse, he was also a member of the bureau of the National Research Coordination Committee (CNCR) and a member of the bureau of the national conference of hospital directors.
To the General Inspectorate of Social Affairs
According to our information, Marc Penaud will take the head of IGAS, the general inspectorate of social affairs.
The Toulouse University Hospital should therefore welcome a new general manager at the start of 2022. Its fifth since 2012, not to mention the three interim general managers who have officiated. These successive changes had been pointed out by the Regional Chamber of Accounts of Occitanie in its report of October 2020, indicating that “the successive changes of direction were at the origin of managerial and sometimes strategic breaks. These successive departures, interspersed with The sometimes long interim periods did not help accelerate the change management.
The Toulouse University Hospital, ranked best hospital in France by Le Point magazine’s ranking, employs nearly 16,000 people. In 2019, it hosted more than 287,000s and over 900,000 consultations.