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Administers, oversees, develops, organizes, directs and
evaluates programs, services, and activities related to Continuing Medical Education
(CME) and Library. Supervises and
evaluates library and CME staff. Maintains accreditation standards for CME and library.
A master's degree in library sciences or healthcare
administration degree is preferred.
have the medical library and supervisory experience and skills.
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