Hartmut Siebertz

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Hartmut Josef Maria Siebertz (born April 24, 1951 in Kirchen / Sieg ) is a German doctor and retired general staff doctor . D. of the army . Most recently he was head of the Bundeswehr Medical Service .


Siebertz studied medicine from 1970 to 1976 at Saarland University and RWTH Aachen University . While still a student, he joined the armed forces as a medical officer candidate . After completing his doctorate and various assignments as a medical assistant at civil hospitals from 1977 to 1978, he was a troop doctor for the 12th Supply Battalion in Bad Mergentheim until 1979 , then a brigade doctor at the 26th Airborne Brigade in Saarlouis until 1980 , before he was a consultant at InSan I from 1980 to 1989 1 and InSan II 1 in the Federal Ministry of Defense (BMVg). From 1989 onwards he was employed in the Army Office , last there until 1998 as a deputy general doctor of the Army , followed by further assignments in the BMVg as head of department and sub-department head (doctor general). In 2003, with the rank of General Staff Doctor, he took over the post of Deputy Chief Medical Officer . From October 1, 2006 to October 31, 2007 he was head of the Bundeswehr Medical Service.

Siebertz retired on November 1, 2007. He is a specialist in general medicine and practices in Bonn - Brüser Berg . He is married and has three daughters.


Siebertz has been awarded the Federal Cross of Merit on ribbon.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ BMVg press and information staff (ed.): Personnel changes in top military positions . Press release. Berlin September 21, 2006 ( PDF ( Memento from October 20, 2006 in the Internet Archive ) [accessed on April 3, 2016]).
  2. ^ Personnel changes in top military positions , BMVg press and information staff, November 8, 2007.
predecessor Office successor
Peter K. Fraps Head of the Bundeswehr Medical Service
Detlev Fröhlich