Daniel Kunzi is the new CFO of Schön Klinik
On 1st March 2020, Daniel Kunzi will take up the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Schön Klinik SE Group. As planned, he will succeed Sascha Röber, who has been in the position temporarily since September 2019. Together with Chief Operating Officer (COO) Christopher Schoen and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Mate Ivančić, Daniel Kunzi will be the third member of the leadership team for the largest family-owned hospital network in Germany.
“We are delighted to appoint Daniel Kunzi as the CFO, bringing his international expertise to the organisation. At the same time, we would like to thank Sascha Röber, for his continued support and dedicated focus during this interim period,“ says Dr Mate Ivančić. Röber will resume his position as Head of Financial Management for Schoen Clinic Group.
Kunzi has had several years of specialist and managerial responsibility within international retail groups. He has been a member of Lidl's Board of Directors and an Administration Officer for Kaufland. “I am very much looking forward to joining Schoen Clinic Group. The continued evolution of medicine, together with the changing health care needs brings many opportunities to the industry, which I am delighted to be a part of and drive on behalf of Schoen Clinic Group. My focus is to ensure we continue to deliver high-quality, first-class treatment for patients and the continued success for the group.“
About SCHOEN CLINIC
The largest family-run hospital group in Germany treats all patients, regardless of whether they are covered by statutory or private insurance. Since it was founded by the Schoen family in 1985, the company has focused on quality and excellence through specialisation. Its medical specialities are mental health, orthopaedics, neurology, surgery and internal medicine. At 26 locations in Bavaria, Hamburg, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia, Schleswig-Holstein and Great Britain, 10,600 employees treat around 300,000 patients each year. Schoen Clinic has been measuring treatment results for many years and derives relevant improvements for its patients from this on a regular basis.