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How Much Does a Chief Nursing Officer Make Per Year? Average Chief Nursing Officer Price

A Chief Nursing Officer (in short CNO) is an individual who holds the senior nursing position in a medical facility and oversees planning, policy making etc. involved with that facility. A CNO might have to report to the chief executive officer of the facility. A Chief Nursing Officer can make as much as $176,000 per annum on an average. In order to become a CNO, an individual might require a master’s degree as well as up to 15 years of experience in registered nursing.

by Susan White on Fri, 02/11/2011 - 02:50

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