health service manager

health service manager
an administrator with special training and skills in management who is concerned with running hospitals and other health services. Generally, the basic training for managers is in disciplines other than health; however, doctors, nurses, and others may fill such posts, sometimes combining them with professional appointments. See also National Health Service.

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