Chief Medical Officer (Ireland)
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The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) (Irish: an Príomh-Oifigeach Míochaine) for Ireland is the most senior government advisor on health related matters. It is a government post as the lead medical expert in the Department of Health.
List of post holders
- Dr. Tony Holohan, 2008–present
- Dr Jim Kiely, 1997–2008
- Chief Medical Officer (United Kingdom)
- Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
- Medical Officer for Health
- Department of Health and Children appoints new Chief Medical Officer. Department of Health, posted 5 December 2008. Accessed 16 January 2012.
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