|Minister of Health|
14 March 2011 - 27 July 2012
|Slavica ?uki? Dejanovi?|
|Minister of Defence|
21 October 2005 - 15 May 2007
|Born||9 November 1954|
Tegovi?te, SFR Yugoslavia
|Alma mater||PhD University of Ni?|
|Allegiance||Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia|
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Serbia and Montenegro
|Branch/service||Yugoslav People's Army|
Military of Yugoslavia
Military of Serbia and Montenegro
|Years of service||1980-2005|
Zoran Stankovi? (Serbian Cyrillic: , pronounced [z?ran st?:?ko?it?]; born 9 November 1954) is a Serbian major-general and politician. He served as the Minister of Defence in the Government of Serbia and the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro and Minister of Health in the Government of Serbia. His affiliation is independent.
Zoran Stankovi? was born in the village of Tegovi?te, Vladi?in Han, Yugoslavia. He graduated from the Medicine Faculty at the University of Ni?. He finished his Postgraduate Medicine studies at Military Medical Academy in 1997.
He worked as a coroner doctor and became the head manager of Military Medical Academy in 2002. He held this position until 2005 when he was elected to replace Prvoslav Davini? as the new Defense Minister.
| Head of the Military Medical Academy
January 2002 – April 2005
| Minister of Defence of Serbia and Montenegro
Minister of Defence of Serbia
2005 – 2007
| Minister of Health of Serbia
2011 – 2012
Slavica ?uki? Dejanovi?