The Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare is a network initiated and led by TEM. TEM has a solid experience from sustainable healthcare in a variety of contexts, a unique competence and extended network in the area. We work with private and public healthcare establishment, business clusters, suppliers and international NGOs. TEM is a foundation and function as a non-for-profit NGO. Read more here: www.tem.se
TEM launched the Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare as a platform to structure and develop the knowledge base and the work experience that we have been building up for more than a decade.
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The people working with NCSH
Daniel Eriksson, Founder/Project manager
Daniel has been working with sustainable healthcare (SHC) for almost 15 years and is very experienced in the area. He has participated in numerous projects and is working with SHC all over the world. He has got a strong international and national network. He started as an environmental coordinator at Malmö University Hospital for 5 years. Currently he is working with projects like the Swedish innovation cluster for energy efficient healthcare, Nordic procurement network, export activities etc. He is a well-known trainer and has trained thousands of nurses, doctors and other staff members in SHC and has done speeches for high ranked politicians and WHO. He has been leading Swedish export projects with CleanTech export. He has done hundreds of environmental audits at hospitals and other healthcare facilities (ISO 14001 and environmental legislations). He has been a board member in HCWH Europe for 3 years and participating in WHO: s global task force for Sustainable Healthcare. He took the initiative and led the EU project Green Healthcare Öresund that got silver in Best Regional Championship award in Europe. He has worked with several CleanTech and Life Science companies helping them understand and take benefit from Sustainable Healthcare. He wrote the Swedish innovation agenda for Sustainable Healthcare. He took the initiative for THE Nordic conference on sustainable healthcare 2017 in Stockholm with 250 participants and initiated and led the conference CleanMed Europe in Malmö 2012 with 350 participants from 29 countries.
Linnea Turnstedt, Sustainability expert
Linnea has been working with NCSH since the start of the network/cluster. She is and has been involved in projects like the Nordic conference on sustainable healthcare, Nordic healthcare textile procurement project, Nordic procurement network and the innovation cluster for energy efficient healthcare. She is also working with member recruitment, seminars, communication, study visits and GreenTech visits.
Linnea has a Bachelor degree in sustainability from Lund University.
Marie Pettersson, Managment systems and CSR in Healthcare
Marie is a certified audit leader according to ISO 19 011 and has specialized in healthcare. She has conducted hundreds of audits (ISO 14 001, OHSAS, legal audits and Med Tech regulations) in hospitals and other healthcare organisations as well as in CleanTech and Life Science industries. She has trained hundreds of hospital staff members in ISO 14 001, GRI for healthcare, CSR in healthcare and management training in sustainable healthcare. She has also trained numerous internal auditors in different hospitals. She has worked with numerous projects as CleanMed Europe in Malmö and the Swedish national innovation agenda for sustainable healthcare. Marie also have a PhD in Ecology.
Anna Yelistratova, Communications and CSR in Healthcare
Anna is specialized in CSR and communication. Her focus is, among other things, on how the healthcare industry and hospitals can benefit from working with the whole wide range of Sustainability issues - from supply chains to diversity in the work environment. Anna is also an expert in sustainability reporting - GRI, United Nations Global Compact etc, as well as responsible investor communication - Dow Jones Sustainability Index, CDP etc. Anna is an experienced instructor with a background as a university teacher, and a speaker on a range of sustainability-related issues (she gave a speech during a Nordic Council of Ministers conference in St Petersburg on the subject Gender in Healthcare). Anna is a native speaker of Russian and Belarusian. Besides being fluent in English and Swedish, she speaks Polish and French. Anna's academic background from communications, languages and sustainability, combined with her professional experience from CSR in healthcare and other industries, give her a special understanding of both the Eastern European and Scandinavian markets.
TEM's office is located in Malmö - Sweden, but the NCSH spans the entire Nordic region.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to learn more about the center!
Nordic Center for Sustainble Healthcare
211 38 Malmö
Our office is located in Malmö, but the NCSH spans Northern Europe and Scandinavia.
Сontact us if you want to learn more about the NCSH:
Nordic Center for
211 38 Malmö
Tel: +46 (0)40-606 55 80