Bachelor of Hospital Management

What do hospital Mangers do:- 

On the business end, Hospital mangers establish policies and frameworks, manage human resources, allocate budgets and other financial resources, submit reports, and maintain and manage IT systems and databases. This includes engaging and following up with, and drawing up contracts for vendors, suppliers, contractors, and insurance companies. 

On a medical front, managers of all levels coordinate with doctors, physicians, nurses, surgeons, health information technicians, pharmacists, and other professionals to ensure patient quality care, treatment, and rehabilitation. Managers draw up schedules and address specific needs for the entire staff with the overall focus being patient care. 

Work environment  

Healthcare Managers can be found in a variety of settings within a hospital ranging from human resources to specialized clinical areas to general oversight. Hospital management systems require different levels of mangers. 

Essentially, all hospital healthcare managers are involved in working with physicians, making policy decision, overseeing patient care, budgeting and accounting, and marketing among other relevant hospital activities necessary to ensure the organization function smoothly and successfully. 

Course on offer  

Bachelor of hospital management (B.H.M.) 

Course Duration: 4 years + 6 months internships in a hospital 

Eligibility:  a passed in 10+2 or equivalent examinations from recognized board   is eligible of any stream with English as one of the main subjects. 





Career and Duties Opportunity: 


  1. Improve efficiency and quality in delivering healthcare services. 
  1. Leadership and health project manager in any national and international health organization. 
  1. Create work schedules as a planner and designer in any hospital and health care consultancy. 
  1. Mange the finances of the facility, such as patient fees and billing. 
  1. Prepare and monitor budgets and spending to ensure departments operate within funding limits 
  1. Keep and organize records of the facility’s services, such as the number of inpatient beds used. 
  1. Communicate with members of the medical staff and department heads.