Italian Minister of Health

The Minister of Health (Italian: Ministro della Salute) in Italy is one of the positions in the Italian government.

Minister of Health
Ministro della Salute
Ministry of Health (Italy) seal.svg
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Incumbent
Roberto Speranza

since 5 September 2019
Ministry of Health
Member ofCouncil of Ministers
Reports toThe Prime Minister
SeatRome
AppointerThe President
Term lengthNo fixed term
Formation14 August 1958; 62 years ago (1958-08-14)
First holderVincenzo Monaldi
Websitewww.salute.gov.it

The current head of the Ministry of Health is Roberto Speranza, appointed on 5 September 2019 by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.[1]

List of Italian Ministers of HealthEdit

Parties

Coalitions:

N. Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of office Party Government Ref.
Took office Left office Time in office
Minister of Health
1   Vincenzo Monaldi
(1899–1969)
14 August 1958 15 February 1959 185 days Christian Democracy Fanfani II [2]
2   Camillo Giardina
(1907–1985)
15 February 1959 21 February 1962 3 years, 6 days Christian Democracy Segni II
Tambroni
Fanfani III
[3][4]
[5]
3   Angelo Raffaele Jervolino
(1890–1985)
21 February 1962 4 December 1963 1 year, 286 days Christian Democracy Fanfani IV
Leone I
[6]
[7]
4   Giacomo Mancini
(1916–2002)
4 December 1963 22 July 1964 231 days Italian Socialist Party Moro I [8]
5   Luigi Mariotti
(1912–2004)
22 July 1964 24 June 1968 3 years, 338 days Italian Socialist Party Moro II·III [9][10]
6   Ennio Zelioli-Lanzini
(1899–1976)
24 June 1968 12 December 1968 171 days Christian Democracy Leone II [11]
7   Camillo Ripamonti
(1919–1997)
12 December 1968 23 March 1970 1 year, 101 days Christian Democracy Rumor I [12]
[13]
Rumor II
(5)   Luigi Mariotti
(1912–2004)
27 March 1970 17 February 1972 1 year, 327 days Italian Socialist Party Rumor III
Colombo
[14][15]
8   Athos Valsecchi
(1919–1985)
17 February 1972 26 June 1972 130 days Christian Democracy Andreotti I [16]
9   Remo Gaspari
(1921–2011)
26 July 1972 7 July 1973 346 days Christian Democracy Andreotti II [17]
10   Luigi Gui
(1914–2010)
7 July 1973 14 March 1974 250 days Christian Democracy Rumor IV [18]
11   Vittorino Colombo
(1925–1996)
14 March 1974 23 November 1974 254 days Christian Democracy Rumor V [19]
12   Antonio Pietro Gullotti
(1922–1989)
23 November 1974 12 February 1976 1 year, 81 days Christian Democracy Moro IV [20]
13   Luciano Dal Falco
(1925–1992)
12 February 1976 11 March 1978 2 years, 27 days Christian Democracy Moro V
Andreotti III
[21][22]
14   Tina Anselmi
(1927–2016)
11 March 1978 4 August 1979 1 year, 146 days Christian Democracy Andreotti IV·V [23][24]
15   Renato Altissimo
(1940–2015)
4 August 1979 4 April 1980 244 days Italian Liberal Party Cossiga I [25]
16   Aldo Aniasi
(1921–2005)
4 April 1980 28 June 1981 1 year, 85 days Italian Socialist Party Cossiga II
Forlani
[26][27]
(15)   Renato Altissimo
(1940–2015)
28 June 1981 4 August 1983 2 years, 37 days Italian Liberal Party Spadolini I·II [28][29]
[30]
Fanfani V
17   Costante Degan
(1930–1988)
4 August 1983 1 August 1986 2 years, 362 days Christian Democracy Craxi I [31]
18   Carlo Donat-Cattin
(1919–1989)
1 August 1986 22 July 1989 2 years, 355 days Christian Democracy Craxi II [32][33]
[34][35]
Fanfani VI
Goria
De Mita
19   Francesco De Lorenzo
(1938– )
22 July 1989 21 February 1993 3 years, 214 days Italian Liberal Party Andreotti VI·VII
Amato I
[36][37]
[38]
20   Raffaele Costa
(1936– )
21 February 1993 28 April 1993 66 days Italian Liberal Party Amato I [39]
21   Maria Pia Garavaglia
(1946– )
28 April 1993 10 May 1994 1 year, 12 days Christian Democracy Ciampi [40]
(20)   Raffaele Costa
(1936– )
10 May 1994 17 January 1995 252 days Forza Italia Berlusconi I [41]
21   Elio Guzzanti
(1920–2014)
17 January 1995 17 May 1996 1 year, 121 days Independent Dini [42]
22   Rosy Bindi
(1951– )
17 May 1996 25 April 2000 3 years, 344 days Italian People's Party Prodi I
D'Alema I·II
[43][44]
[45]
23   Umberto Veronesi
(1925–2016)
25 April 2000 11 June 2001 1 year, 47 days Independent Amato II [46]
24   Girolamo Sirchia
(1933– )
11 June 2001 23 April 2005 3 years, 316 days Independent Berlusconi II [47]
25   Francesco Storace
(1959– )
23 April 2005 10 March 2006 321 days National Alliance Berlusconi III [48]
26   Silvio Berlusconi
(1936– )
Acting
11 March 2006 17 May 2006 67 days Forza Italia [49]
27   Livia Turco
(1955– )
17 May 2006 8 May 2008 1 year, 357 days Democrats of the Left /
Democratic Party
Prodi II [50]
Minister of Labour, Health and Social Affairs
28   Maurizio Sacconi
(1950– )
8 May 2008 15 December 2009 1 year, 221 days The People of Freedom Berlusconi IV [51]
Minister of Health
29   Ferruccio Fazio
(1944– )
15 December 2009 16 November 2011 1 year, 336 days Independent Berlusconi IV [52]
30   Renato Balduzzi
(1954– )
16 November 2011 28 April 2013 1 year, 163 days Independent Monti [53]
31   Beatrice Lorenzin
(1971– )
28 April 2013 1 June 2018 5 years, 34 days The People of Freedom /
New Centre-Right /
Popular Alternative
Letta [54][55]
[56]
Renzi
Gentiloni
32   Giulia Grillo
(1975– )
1 June 2018 5 September 2019 1 year, 96 days Five Star Movement Conte I [57]
33   Roberto Speranza
(1979– )
5 September 2019 Incumbent 1 year, 12 days Article One Conte II [58]

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

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