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Apr 20,2023

Hospital Management


When studying Hospital Management, many of you may only know that after graduation, you will work in a hospital but cannot imagine what specific job you will do. Currently, people are paying more and more attention to their own health and the government has policies to encourage the development of the health sector. This creates conditions for investors to be bolder in investing in hospital construction, etc. However, human resources for Hospital Management are still very scarce.


Hospital management is a term that refers to the management and operation of hospital resources such as regulations, policies, hospital regimes, laws on medical examination and treatment, insurance, economic medical expertise, human resources, financial resources, infrastructure, medical equipment, management technology, etc., all of which help the hospital achieve sustainable and optimal growth.



The training objective of the Hospital Management industry is to train staff with clear moral and political qualities; to understand and work effectively in the field of hospital management. Specifically:

• Knowing how to build and organize business establishments, medical and pharmacy management systems, and hospitals.

• Having in-depth qualifications in the management of medical facilities, hospitals, companies, and enterprises.

• Having a broad and basic understanding, adapting to the diverse requirements of the job.

• Having methodology, analytical ability, and management skills.

• Having the ability to approach and solve problems in the organization and systematic work at medical facilities, hospitals, companies, and enterprises.



Graduates of Hospital Management at DNC can take on a number of jobs, such as:

Operating public and private medical facilities and hospitals with roles such as CEO, Deputy Director, or Head of a Functional Department.

They can also work in medical or non-medical fields, such as managing equipment, people, materials, projects, and cooperation programs of hospitals, medical centers, and facilities;

They can be self-employed in medical and non-medical institutions.

They can also be executive managers and in charge of economic and administrative tasks in business, manufacturing, research, or educational institutions.

Additionally, they can organize and run conferences, negotiate with partners, do operational planning and unit development, apply information technology in hospital administration and management, assist the Board of Directors of hospitals in the operating stage, manage staff, manage records, and work in administrative departments of hospitals, as well as manage and operate medical service businesses.


- Students graduating from Hospital Management at the DNC will receive a Bachelor's degree in Hospital Management.

- The training duration is 4 years (8 semesters).

- They have the ability to pursue postgraduate studies to obtain a Master's or Doctorate in a relevant major.