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Health Services Administrator/Hospital Administrator


Minimum Education Requirement:
bachelors degree and have taken GRE or GMAT


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Health Services Administrator/Hospital Administrator

Career Description

Without highly skilled Air Force Health Services and Hospital Administrators, the Air Force healthcare system wouldn't be the world-class organization it is. We look for the brightest administrators to join this team and help lead our health utilization field. Because keeping America's Airmen healthy is a serious job that requires serious people to keep our systems—and ultimately our nation—running smoothly.

To learn more, please visit the Healthcare Professionals site.

Career Tasks

  • Provide a wide array of skills to the health services utilization field encompassing: command, administrative, logistics and education functions supporting the provision of healthcare
  • Plan, program and provide operations related to the following activities: medical facility command, medical facility administration, medical material and services management, medical resource management, patient affairs management, war and emergency planning, aeromedical evacuation, medical recruiting, medical facility repair, codification and construction, biometrics, health systems design, data systems design, medical research administration, health services training and education

Relevant Interests & Skills

You might like this career if you have interests in these areas:

  • Health and Medicine
  • Natural Science
  • Business, Operations and Administration
  • Computers and Computer Science

Becoming a Commissioned Officer

To ease your transition into the Air Force, you'll enter a five-week training regimen designed to educate you on the ways of both the military and military healthcare. You'll participate in physical conditioning five days a week, leadership training and classroom studies.