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Philippe de Maistre, General Manager of ARS Paca . retired

Philippe de Maistre, General Manager of ARS Paca . retired

During these three years, Philippe de Maistre led the ARS Paca to prepare the health system for several health crises: water contamination with cryptosporidiosis, the occurrence of pneumococcal infection in Marseille, the consequences of health conditions from Storm Alex in the Maritimes Alps, the health crisis of Covid-19. ..

Closely connected to the Agency’s regional roots, he and his team have done in-depth work to respond to all the challenges facing our health system: enhancing access to care and support (deployment of CPTS, increasing the number of multi-health center professionals, formulating a regional strategy on cancer, mental health), supporting health and medical institutions social and health professionals (particularly with the Ségur de health), and dissemination of prevention campaigns (on mosquito control, sexual health, or even the Covid vaccine, “the vaccine has desirable effects”).

The Cabinet will soon appoint a successor to Philippe de Maistre. Deputy Director-General Sebastien De Beaumont will provide the interim period.

back on his journey

Philippe de Maistre began his career as a social service assistant in the children’s department in the Nordic department of Lille. He began his career as a civil servant in 1986 at the Ministry of the Interior when he left Ena. Director of the Office of the Governor of Manche until 1988, then he took over the administration of the office of the Governor of the District and the Province of Guadeloupe between 1988 and 1990, before becoming General Secretary of the Province of Tarn until 1992.

He then joined the office of the Director-General of the Department at the Ministry of the Interior until 1994, and then took over the management of the office of the governor of Val-de-Marne in Creteil until 1996.

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He was then commissioned to create the new Regional Agency for Hospitalization in Alsace, which had been created through social security reform. Two years later, he became Director General of Regional Council Services in Haute-Normandy, then Governor of Mayotte and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.
In 2004, he became head of the management and operation of the railway network as regional director of Réseau ferré de France in Rhône-Alpes and Auvergne. It oversees major infrastructure projects there, such as the Lyon-Tourine line or the Lyon Corridor, in close partnership with SNCF, region and state.

He then held the position of General Manager of Opac du Rhône, then General Manager of Services for the Rhône-Alpes Region, and Governor of Somme, before joining ARS Paca in 2019.