The AP-HP terminated the functions of Christian Perronne, head of the infectious and tropical diseases department at the Raymond Poincaré hospital in Garches. She also files a complaint with the Order of Physicians.

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The AP-HP terminates the functions of Professor Perronne

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End of the game for Christian Perronne? The Director General of the Public Assistance of Paris Hospitals (AP-HP), Martin Hirsch, announces in a press release dated December 17 that the post of head of the infectious and tropical diseases department held by Professor Christian Perronne will be terminated. The AP-HP also lodged a complaint with the Departmental Council of the Order of Physicians.

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“Words unworthy of (his) function”

This decision follows “about“polemics held”for several months, in a context of health crisis“by Professor Perronne. These remarks were”considered unworthy of the function he exercises“denounces the AP-HP.

The press release also recalls that the ethics college had been referred and “underlined it in a notice which had been given to the interested party who did not take it into account“.

Attacks against a colleague

His most recent words had led the president of the conference of the deans of Ile-de-France to initiate the process of withdrawal of accreditation for the training of interns.“further specifies the press release.

Finally, a complaint was lodged with the departmental council of the order of physicians because of attacks “ad hominem uttered publicly by Professor Perronne against a colleague “, recalls the AP-HP.

More recently, it is his intervention in the conspiratorial documentary Hold up which had earned him many criticisms from medical and scientific society and which had seriously questioned his credibility. He says in particular that covid patients are a financial boon for hospitals and general practitioners.

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