Krispin Hajkowicz : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
Krispin Hajkowicz appointed as Chief Health Officer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Salary and Wikipedia
|Birthdate ( Age)||Not Known|
|Place of Birth||Queensland Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Name Not Known|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Profession||Chief Health Officer|
|Net Worth||$1 Million ( Estimated )|
|Last Update||October 2021|
Krispin Hajkowicz is the Director of Infectious Diseases and Currently he appointed as Chief Health Officer Krispin Hajkowicz at the announcement of his appointment in Brisbane.
Incoming Queensland Chief Health Officer Krispin Hajkowicz has been hailed as the “perfect person” to help steer the state through the next stage of the pandemic, where hospitals are set to see a surge in cases.
Early Life and Family
Krispin Hajkowicz was Born in Australia.Currently he has no share the information about his family and esrly Life.
Krispin Hajkowicz Wife, Is Krispin Hajkowicz Married
Krispin Hajkowicz is a Married Man he has not reveal his wife name Not.The cuuple have three children together.Krispin Hajkowicz lives in Queensland Australia currently with his family.
Krispin Hajkowicz Net Worth
Dr Hajkowicz is the Associate Director of Infectious Diseases at the Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queenslan has an estimated Net Worth around $ 1Million in 2021.
Krispin Hajkowicz is the Director of Infectious Diseases at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and founded the Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program – a Queensland Government program to ensure the optimal use of antibiotics in rural hospitals. He has published widely in the international infectious diseases literature and was the invited international speaker at the 2015 Indian Infectious Diseases Society conference where he saw the disastrous consequences of widespread emergence of the antimicrobial resistance in Asia
As Chief Health Officer
Dr Young said Dr Hajkowicz was the right choice to take over from her because he knew the health system intimately.“He is the perfect person to take over at this point in the pandemic,” she said.“I’ve been going to him for the last two years for advice. He has been the lead in the treatment and management of COVID cases.”
Queensland authorities including Dr Young maintained it was not a case of if but when the virus broke out in the state, although a burst of recent incursions have apparently been contained.
On Tuesday she said the state was transitioning from a suppression to a management strategy.“We’re coming out of the phase of the pandemic which was all about stopping the virus coming into Queensland ... but now we’re getting to the point where we won’t be able to maintain that,” she said.
Dr Hajkowicz said he was confident in the health system’s ability to manage extra COVID cases, due to the hardworking people staffing it.“COVID has tested hospital systems around the world, and it will test our system as well, but we have fantastic people and I’m confident our hospitals will cope,” he said.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk paid tribute to Dr Young’s efforts over the past 600 days as well as her many years of service before that.The Premier said hospitals would be able to withstand a COVID wave, but said the size of that wave depended on more people getting vaccinated.
“We have all of the processes in place, we are working incredibly hard, but this is the golden moment in time to get vaccinated,” Ms Palaszczuk said.“What we are seeing in NSW and Victoria is the people ending up in the ICU are mostly those people who aren’t vaccinated.
“So we need to get as many people in Queensland vaccinated as possible and that will ease the pressure on hospitals when the outbreak does come.”