Health Care Administrator Salary in Queens-Long Island City, New York

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Average Salary for Health Care Administrator in Queens-Long Island City, New York

The average salary of a(n) Health Care Administrator in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $442,650.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Health Care Administrator in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $212.81.

The average bonus of a(n) Health Care Administrator in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $127,705.00.

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Directs administration of hospital facility within authority of governing board. Administers fiscal operations, such as budget planning, accounting, and establishing rates for health care services. Heads and coordinates activities of medical, nursing, and administrative staffs and services. Directs hiring and training of personnel. Negotiates for improvement of and additions to buildings and equipment. Develops policies and procedures for various establishment activities. May represent establishment at community meetings and promote programs through various news media. May develop or expand programs or services for scientific research, preventive medicine, medical and vocational rehabilitation, and community health and welfare promotion. Less

Directs administration of hospital facility within authority of governing board. Administers fiscal operations, such as budget planning, accounting, and establishing rates for health care services. Heads and coordinates activities of medical, nursing, and administrative staffs and services. Directs hiring and... More

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