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Medical Management - Quality Manager / Deputy Manager Jobs in Chandigarh (Punjab) - National Health Mission (NRHM)

Chandigarh (Punjab)
MBA/PGDM,MD,MDS,MS,PG Diploma
Last Date to Apply: 14-03-2019
Medical Management - Quality Manager / Deputy Manager - Job Details Date of Posting: 05-03-2019

Medical Management (Quality Manager / Deputy Manager)  job vacancies in National Health Mission Punjab

Medical Management and Quality Manager

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  M.B.B.S. Masters' degree in Business Administration/Health Care/Health Administration (2 years duration)/ Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration/ Health Care/Health Administration (2 years duration)/MD/MS shall be an additional advantage

Preferable Experience :  Experience in the Insurance Sector would be of added advantage

Mode of recruitment and place of posting :   On contractual basis at Chandigarh/ Mohali

Age Limit As on 1st January 2019 :  Below 50 years

Medical Management and Quality Deputy Manager

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  M.B.B.S. Masters' degree in Business Administration/Health Care/Health Administration (2 years duration) /Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration/ Health Care/Health Administration (2 years duration) MD/MS shall be an additional advantage

Preferable Experience :  Experience in the Insurance Sector would be of added advantage

Mode of recruitment and place of posting :   On contractual basis at Chandigarh/ Mohali Qualifications

Age Limit As on 1st January 2019 :  Below 45 years 


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About National Health Mission NRHM

National Rural Health Mission was launched in April 2005 by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India for addressing the health needs in the Rural Areas in the country specifically focusing on 18 States having weak public health indicators.