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Minister for Public Health (Sweden)

Minister for Public Health
Folkhälsominister
Coat of arms of Sweden.svg
Annika Strandhäll 2014-10-29 001.jpg
Incumbent
Annika Strandhäll

since 27 July 2017
Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
Member ofThe Government
SeatStockholm, Sweden
AppointerThe Prime Minister
Term lengthNo fixed term
serves at the pleasure of the Prime Minister
Formation21 October 2002
First holderMorgan Johansson
Website[1]

List of officeholders

No. Portrait Minister
(Born–Died)
Other portfolios Tenure Political party Cabinet
Took office Left office Duration
1 Morgan Johansson i GAPF-manifestation 2014.jpg Morgan Johansson
(born 1970)
21 October 2002 6 October 2006 3 years, 350 days Social Democrats Persson
2 Maria Larsson.jpg Maria Larsson
(born 1956)
Minister for the Elderly 6 October 2006 5 October 2010 3 years, 364 days Christian Democrats Reinfeldt
3 Göran Hägglund 12 Sept 2014.jpg Göran Hägglund
(born 1959)
Minister for Social Affairs 6 October 2010 3 October 2014 3 years, 362 days Christian Democrats
4 Gabriel Wikström 2014-11-05 001.jpg Gabriel Wikström
(born 1970)
Minister for Healthcare
Minister for Sports
3 October 2014 27 July 2017 2 years, 297 days Social Democrats Löfven I
Annika Strandhäll 2014.jpg Annika Strandhäll
(acting)
Minister for Social Security 5 May 2017 27 July 2017 83 days Social Democrats
5 Annika Strandhäll 2014-10-29 001.jpg Annika Strandhäll
(born 1975)
Minister for Social Affairs 27 July 2017 21 January 2019 1 year, 178 days Social Democrats
6 Socialdemokrat.Lena Hallengren 1c301 5973.jpg Lena Hallengren
(born 1973)
Minister for Health and Social Affairs 21 January 2019 Incumbent 210 days Social Democrats Löfven II