This study has been conducted to evaluate the relationship between clinical leadership skills and COVID-19 phobias of hospital manager clinicians and nurses working at a pandemic hospital in the COVID-19 pandemic. This descriptive study has been conducted with the participation of 100 executive physicians and nurses. The data of the study have been collected by using the Clinical Leadership Scale and COVID-19 Phobia Scale (C19P-S). The results of the analysis have shown the clinical leadership levels of the participants to be high and their COVID-19 phobias to be low. However, it has been concluded that the participants' clinical leadership and COVID-19 phobia differed significantly according to some descriptive characteristics, but there was no significant difference according to the status of being diagnosed with COVID-19, diagnoses of one of the teammates, and having contact with the diagnosed patient. In addition, the results have shown that there was no significant relationship between clinical leadership and COVID-19 phobia. Despite the psychological effects that can be seen in healthcare professionals during the epidemic process, it is very important for healthcare professionals to demonstrate their leadership qualities under all circumstances in terms of managing the process.