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Your Guide to Government Healthcare Jobs

Your Guide to Government Healthcare Jobs

Health System Administration Series: GS-0670

Positions in this series have full line responsibility for the administrative management of a health care delivery system that may range from a nationwide network including many hospitals to a major subdivision of an individual hospital. The fundamental responsibility of health system administrators is to effectively use all available resources to provide the best possible patient care. This requires an understanding of the critical balance between the administrative and clinical functions in the health care delivery system, and ability to coordinate and control programs and resources to achieve this balance. These positions require the ability to apply the specialized principles and practices of health care management in directing a health care delivery system. They do not require the services of a qualified physician.

Potential Salary
GS-2 (High School Diploma): $19,721 – $24,815
GS-3 (1 Year Full-Time Study Post-High School): $21,517 – $27,979
GS-4 (Associate Degree or 2 Years of Full-Time Study Post-High School): $24,156 – $31,401
GS-5 (Bachelor’s Degree or 4 Years of Full-Time Study Post-High School): $27,026 – $35,135
GS-7 (Bachelor’s Degree + 1 Year Full-Time Graduate Study): $33,477 – $43,521
GS-9 (Master’s Degree or 2 Years Full-Time Graduate Study or Law Degree): $40,949 – $53,234
GS-11 (Ph.D. or Equivalent Doctorate or Advanced Law Degree): $49,544 – $64,403

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