Entry from British & World English dictionary
The person in charge of nursing services in a hospital.
- Risk and medical allowances for senior nursing officers are negligible amounts.
- Beverley was a major in 1994 and was appointed the senior nursing officer of the Medical Coy during the first rotation.
- He also watched as senior nursing officer Lorraine Hughes-Smith was lifted by electric chair into a bath, designed for the disabled.
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