Martin van Rijn
Chairman, Reinier Haga Group
Martin van Rijn is the Chairman of the Executive Board of the Reinier Haga Group. This hospital group consists of the Haga Hospital (The Hague),
Reinier de Graaf (Delft and Voorburg) and the LangeLand Hospital (Zoetermeer).
In addition, Van Rijn is chairman of the supervisory board of the knowledge and network organization Platform31, chairman of the supervisory board of the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM), chairman of the board of the Forum for Urban Renewal, member of the advisory board of the foundation National Indies monument 1945-1962 and chairman of the board of Stichting Transmurale Zorg The Hague and surroundings. He was from 2012-2017 State Secretary for Health, Welfare and Sport in the Rutte II cabinet. Martin van Rijn has a degree from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The Reinier Haga Group is the largest non-academic hospital group in the Netherlands. It is active in an area of more than 750,000 people. The group consists of three hospitals with more than 7,500 employees, 550 medical specialists and 200 medical assistants in training.
The turnover is almost 800 million euros. The Reinier Haga Group was created in 2013 from the administrative merger between the Haga Hospital and the Reinier de Graaf Group. LangeLand Hospital joined in June 2015. The administrative merger started from the conviction that in the turbulent healthcare
market the combination of these hospitals reinforces each other, with respect for each other's differences.