HCA Executive Residency
DEADLINE TO REGISTER, 9/23 9:00AM CST!!
September 23rd at 9:00am CST. Once we have received your registration, a calendar invitation will be sent for the WEBEX.
The presentation will consist of the following agenda:
• HCA Mission and Who we are
• Administrative Fellowship Program
– Resident Shared Experiences
• Application Process
• Canidate Questions
Please make sure your application is complete with the following within 72 hours of receiving the application:
• Current Resume
• Letters of Recommendation
(1) Professional; (2) Academic
• Personal Statement (1 to 1 ½ pages (500-600 words) describing why you want to pursue a career in healthcare, and specifically, with HCA Healthcare)
• Current Unofficial Transcript
Current timeline for ERP application and interviews
Ochsner Health Administrative Fellowship
Ochsner’s Administrative Fellowship program, driven by our strong commitment to our teaching mission, has allowed our health system to grow and develop generations of talented leaders in the healthcare industry. We understand the value of the mentoring experience and prioritize developing talented individuals to assist in reaching their career goals.
Our program is designed to help guide top graduate students into operations management positions through intensive training that combines system-wide exposure to the major functional areas within Ochsner with classroom learning, executive shadowing, one-on-one mentoring, a wide range of intensive project work, and a multitude of professional development modules.
The Administrative Fellowship Program consists of seven (6) unique programs. Each concentration offers rotations through various functions of the discipline over a 12-24 month period. The length of the fellowship is dependent on the complexity of the learning. Feel free to apply to multiple concentrations, however please consider which will assist in your career path.
To speak with a current Administrative Fellow, please reach out to the concentration email address below:
• Operations – AdminFellow@ochsner.org
• Human Resources – HRFellowship@Ochsner.org
• Supply – Chain SupplyChainFellowship@ochsner.org
• Finance – FinanceAdminFellow@ochsner.org
• Nursing NursingFellow@ochsner.org • IS Digital ISDigitalFellowship@Ochsner.org
University Hospitals Administrative Fellowship
One-Year Fellowship Offers In-Depth Experience in Health Care Administration
The University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital/UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital Administrative Fellowship is a one-year, project-based program that targets Master’s candidates and recent Master’s level graduates in health care administration, business administration, public health and nursing administration. The program provides future health care executives with opportunities to gain an in-depth understanding of corporate, hospital and clinical-based health care operations within a complex academic health system. Fellows gain hands-on experience by taking part in an array of projects across the health system and have opportunities to nurture their professional growth by participating in a variety of leadership activities.
There are many advantages to participating in the Administrative Fellowship program, but most importantly, the fellowship provides:
• A direct reporting relationship to members of the senior leadership team who will work with the fellows to develop both fellowship and career goals
• Opportunities to observe executive leadership at the highest level of the organization
• Opportunities for developing and enhancing leadership and project management skills
The Administrative Fellowship at UH Cleveland Medical Center comprises the following:
• Orientation: During the first month of the program, the fellows participate in informational interviews with members of the senior leadership teams at UH Cleveland Medical Center, UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital.
• Committee Meeting Rotations: The fellows rotate among key committees to gain a broad background and understanding of University Hospitals. By observing leaders, the fellows gain an awareness of various decision-making processes and challenges facing today’s executives.
• Clinical Rotations: The fellows have the opportunity to rotate through various clinical departments within UH Cleveland Medical Center, UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital. The clinical rotations are intended to give fellows exposure to working with physicians, nurses and other clinical staff, as well as an opportunity to observe front-line procedures and patient care.
• Senior Leadership Meetings: The fellows meet routinely with the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Medical Officer of UH Cleveland Medical Center and Vice President of Operations for Women’s and Children’s Services to discuss fellowship progress, professional development opportunities and current health care issues. The fellows also attend quarterly and regular system leadership meetings.
• Lunch and Learns: The fellows meet with a wide variety of executive leaders across the system, routinely over lunch. This gives the fellows the opportunity to learn from the leaders’ experience as well as broaden their exposure to different areas of the UH system.
Emory Healthcare (EHC) Administrative Fellowship
The Emory Healthcare (EHC) Administrative Fellowship Program is a two-year, full-time paid position that provides future healthcare executives with opportunities to gain an in-depth understanding of hospital and clinic-based healthcare operations in an academic medical center environment. Fellows take part in hands-on, operationally and financially focused projects and participate in various leadership activities that nurture professional growth. Furthermore, fellows are exposed to high-level strategic planning and other health system functions, including marketing, human resources, and information technology.
All Administrative Fellowship application materials listed will only be accepted as PDFs by 11:59pm EST on Sunday, September 27, 2020
Please visit our website for more information: https://www.emoryhealthcare.org/careers/administrative-fellowship.html
Childrens Mercy Kansas City Administrative Fellowship
The Administrative Fellowship is designed for postgraduate individuals interested in an administrative career in pediatric health care. Fellows receive hands-on experience in both clinical and non-clinical areas of Children’s Mercy Kansas City. This is provided through a combination of project work, rotations, observations, and shadowing experiences. The fellowship aims to provide the fellow with hands-on administrative experience in a wide variety of administrative discipline, expose the fellow to executive leadership at all levels within the organization, provide the fellow with projects that are aligned with both the fellow’s interests and career goals and the interests and needs of Children’s Mercy, and prepare the fellow for a leadership career in a pediatric health care facility.
The opportunities at Children’s Mercy allow the fellow to have an extensive learning experience within a multihospital, multicultural, and research-based organization.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE FELLOWSHIP
• Graduate degree from a master’s-level program at an accredited college or university, preferably from
a health care administration program. Past candidates have possessed an MBA, MHSA, MPA, MPH or
a joint master’s degree.
• A strong interest in and knowledge about pediatric health care.
• A combined ability to work within a multidisciplinary team and desire for professional growth.
For more information, visit childrensmercy.org/administrative-fellowship/or email
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
TJUH Administrative Fellowship
The TJUH Administrative Fellowship is a 12-month program focusing on project-based work in a variety of areas within clinical operations, strategy & growth, finance, and service excellence. Each fellow has the ability to contribute to Jefferson’s operational and strategic priorities on a hospital and enterprise level. This exposure will allow the fellow to explore the complexities of our healthcare environment, ranging from an urban, academic medical institution, community based hospital, ambulatory care center, and university physician practices. In the last year, Jefferson Health has grown to become the largest health system in the Philadelphia market. Given the immense amount of opportunities this provides, the fellows will gain hands-on education and training at a nationally recognized institution.
Application materials 1-4 should be submitted in one PDF file via e-mail to email@example.com.
All materials are due by Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 5:00 PM EST.
1. Current Resume
2. Personal Statement
Please address the following in a one-page, single spaced personal statement:
• What stimulated your interest in healthcare management?
• What are your career goals and how will the Jefferson Administrative Fellowship help you achieve these goals?
1. Two Letters of Recommendation addressed to “The Fellowship Selection Committee,” should be submitted with the application to firstname.lastname@example.org. (One academic reference and one work/volunteer reference preferred).
2. Official Graduate School Transcript
Note: One PDF file is preferred for application submission. However, we understand there may be policies and restrictions that can make this difficult. If necessary, recommendation letters and transcripts can be sent in separately to the same email: email@example.com. Please be sure to state the applicant’s full name in the case of separate email submissions.
All applications must be received by Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 5:00 PM EST. First round selections will identify individuals for phone interviews in early October. Finalists will be invited to a second-round interview in mid-to-late October. The selected Fellow(s) will be announced by the end of October and will be expected to arrive on campus early July.
Please visit our website for more information: https://www.jefferson.edu/physicians/residency-and-fellowship-programs/admin-fellowship.html
Baylor College of Medicine Administrative Fellowship
The Administrative Fellowship Program at Baylor College of Medicine strives to cultivate new talent in healthcare management through observation, exchange and hands-on experience. The administrative fellow will have the opportunity to observe, interact and work with the College’s senior administrative and clinical leadership. The program provides the fellow with practical experience and leadership development through direct exposure and active participation in projects and high-level management activities throughout the organization. Fellows will be encouraged to set goals that will allow them to grow as healthcare professionals. They will work with their preceptor throughout the year to create an experience that will help the fellow translate their learning into skills that can be used throughout their career.
We are hosting four informational webinars on the following dates:
• Wednesday, August 26th at 6PM CST
• Tuesday, September 1st at 11AM CST
• Thursday, September 10th at 2PM CST
• Wednesday, September 16th 5PM CST
For more information CLICK HERE
Hartford HealthCare Administrative Fellowship
Hartford HealthCare’s (HHC) postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for recent master’s prepared graduates from an accredited program in Health Administration (MHA), Public Health (MPH) and Business Administration (MBA) or equivalent to develop their leadership potential through project management, structured learning, and key relationships with Senior Leaders. The 12 month program is coordinated under the direction of HHC’s President & Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Flaks.
During their tenure of this project based fellowship, fellows are expected to lead large system projects within their functional area and be an active participant in smaller scale projects and initiatives. These projects will allow the fellow to develop their verbal, written and interpersonal skills, analytic ability and will provide the opportunity to implement theory into practice. Preceptors will do their best to select projects that meet the needs and interests of the fellow and ultimately, the needs of the organization.
The goals of the fellowship program are to:
• Identify candidates for management and future leadership positions within HHC
• Provide experiences that will develop skills and leadership potential
• Provide “hands-on” experience that will allow fellows to apply theory into practice
• Provide coaching and mentoring opportunities to develop skills of fellows
At the conclusion of the fellowship program, fellows will be equipped to be agile, future healthcare system leaders.
The application deadline is Thursday October 1st. For more information about the Hartford HealthCare Fellowship and application materials please visit, https://hartfordhealth.org/adminfellowship or contact Quian Callender, at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Hanover Regional Medical Center Administrative Fellowship
Engage as a member of the senior leadership team to include attending regularly scheduled meetings with senior management and directing a number of special projects. Projects are selected by the resident, under the direction of both the preceptor and other member of senior management. The Administrative Fellow will have additional educational opportunities through attendance at national and local conferences and seminars.
1. Participate in rotations with hospital departments and other network units to gain an understanding of the overall operations of the network.
2. Attend all committee and full board meetings of the New Hanover Health Network Board of Trustees.
3. Take part in weekly leadership meetings with all senior level vice presidents and the CEO.
4. Participate actively in the budget process.
5. Involved with facilitating and/or leading assigned projects across the network.
6. Demonstrates Standards of Performance (Ownership, Teamwork, Communication, Compassion) that support patient satisfaction and principles of service excellence.
7. Performs other duties as assigned.
• Education: Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration, or any related field from an accredited university.
• Experience: Some practical experience in health care. Official undergraduate transcripts.
• Two letters of recommendation from Professional and Academic Resume and Cover letter
• Essay (500 words)
1. Why would you like a career in healthcare?
2. Why would you like to join NHRMC?
If you have any questions regarding the Administrative Fellowships, please contact Human Resource at Student.Programs@nhrmc.org
Application Deadline: September 18th, 2020
Alameda Health System Administrative Fellowship Program 2020.
This unique opportunity is intended to strengthen the pipeline for early careerists and underrepresented minorities in healthcare leadership roles and provide the fellow exposure to the working of a public health system. The Alameda Health System’s eighteen-month Administrative Fellowship Program will offer challenging, hands-on administrative experiences to early careerists.
Supported by the System’s executive leadership the program provides fellows an array of educational opportunities over the eighteen-month experience.
The Fellow’s role is an active, participatory one. The Fellow attends all appropriate meetings and is involved in committee work. The feature that most distinguishes this program is the level of hands-on experience. The Fellow is able to play a role of genuine importance both in Alameda Health System’s day-to-day administrative operations, and in the overall planning of its future. The opportunities are unlimited.
The individuals who complete an administrative fellowship at Alameda Health System are in a unique position to gain entry into the field of healthcare administration and begin a dynamic career by taking advantage of their experience. All of these duties require the use of tact and strict confidentiality in the handling of sensitive information, independent judgment, discretion, and flexibility. The Fellow must be able to quickly learn new concepts and be extremely detail oriented. The Fellow will be a representative of AHS and should exemplify the core values.
1. The fellow is sponsored by the Health System CEO and the executive preceptor will be the VP of Strategy.
2. The fellow will be provided opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within a safety net health system, and exposure to business planning projects that fulfill organizational needs while satisfying the fellow’s interests and goals.
3. The program provides fellows with exposure to operations through a series of structured rotations during the first six months across Alameda Health System, including acute, post-acute, behavioral and ambulatory operations, population health, strategy, finance, and other areas across the healthcare system.
4. Once that is completed, the fellow will work for the remainder of the fellowship, under the direction of the VP of Strategy to complete one or two strategic projects, as defined by the executive preceptor and aligned with the fellow’s interest and serves organizational needs. The fellowship will begin in July 2020.
5. These opportunities are geared towards developing fellows to providing opportunities as they arise to assume managerial positions within or outside the system, at the conclusion of the program.
AHS places a high priority on building a culture that values diversity in how we work with each other, how we deliver care, how we partner with our community and how we do business. Diversity is a moral, social and business imperative for us. We believe that if we do the right thing for our employees, our patients and our communities, then we are doing the right thing for our business.
Required Education: Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) or Healthcare Administration (MHA), from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying.
Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship 2021-2023
The Duke University Health System administrative fellowship programs are 2-year programs designed for masters-prepared individuals to gain exposure to executive levels of healthcare management. The Duke University Health System will offer three programs for 2021-2023: the Duke University Hospital Administrative Fellowship, the Duke Primary Care Administrative Fellowship, and the Duke Revenue Cycle & Financial Management Administrative Fellowship.
In the first year, the fellowship features a hybrid of leadership shadowing opportunities, rotations, and a variety of project work. In the second year, fellows identify a specific area of focus for continued project work.
To learn more about the programs, please register for one of our upcoming webinars:
• Tuesday – August 11, 2020 – 3:00pm-4:00pm EDT
• Wednesday – September 2, 2020 – 1:00-2:00pm EDT
The application for the 2021-2023 fellowship cycle will open July 13, 2020 and close September 14, 2020 at 8:00am EDT. First round interviews will be conducted in September and second round interviews will be scheduled in October. To apply or learn more about application requirements, please visit the Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship website at: https://adminfellowship.duhs.duke.edu/
For other inquiries, please contact us at the email addresses below and a current fellow will reach out to you as soon as possible:
Duke University Hospital: email@example.com
Duke Primary Care: firstname.lastname@example.org
Duke Revenue Cycle & Financial Management: email@example.com
2021-2022 Spectrum Health Administrative Fellowship
For prospective applicants we will be hosting informational webinars to share more information with you about the great opportunity to engage in a fellowship experience at our nationally recognized, integrated health system, headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Our fellowship offers an outstanding year-long project based leadership development program. The Fellowship also provides the unique opportunity to receive direct mentorship from our CEO and President Ms. Tina Freese-Decker, who herself started at Spectrum Health as an Administrative Fellow!
The brochure attached provides additional details about the 2021-2022 fellowship program and application process. Interested candidates are also encouraged to attend one of our upcoming webinars:
During the webinars we will cover:
• Who is Spectrum Health and what do we strive for?
• The Fellowship at a glance (including deadlines and examples of past and current projects)
• Mentorship and other professional development opportunities
• Life in Grand Rapids/West Michigan
Q&A with myself and past fellows
To RSVP for one of our webinars, please fill out the form linked below. The webinar dates are as follows:
• Friday, August 7th, 2020 at 1 p.m. EST.
• Friday, August 21st, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST
• Friday August 28th, 2020 at 1 p.m. EST.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center Hospital & Clinics Administrative Fellowship Program 2021-2023
The VUMC Hospital & Clinics Administrative Fellowship Program is a two-year, rotation and core-competency based program that provides comprehensive training and development for individuals seeking a leadership career in health system administration. Fellows are provided with an in- depth understanding of Academic Medical Center operations through exposure to various clinical and administrative areas. In addition to gaining robust contextual and functional knowledge, fellows take part in multiple hands-on learning experiences through immersions in various Patient Care Centers or Core Service Departments to gain competency in the skill sets, processes, and tools required of modern health system administration. In the last months of the program, fellows are able to demonstrate their training and development through placement on the administrative team of a Patient Care Center or Core Service Department. Within this team, fellows work with increasing autonomy and responsibility to produce various deliverables, or lead various teams, before completing the program. The primary goal of the program is to develop participants through measurable demonstration of healthcare operations, knowledge, and skill-set competency, in order to successfully assume leadership roles in health system administration.
|Months 1-6||Months 7-12||Months 13-24|
|Phase 1: See One||Phase 2: Do One||Phase 3: Lead One|
|Contextual and Functional Knowledge of Operating Units||Competency in Critical Skillsets, Processes, and Tools of Health System Administration||Autonomy and Responsibility on Administrative Team|
|25 Rotations||Up to 16 Core Competencies||Independent Practice within Specific Area|
Please submit the materials listed below through VUMC’s listed Career Portal by Thursday, September 4, 2020:
• Current resume as a Word or PDF document.
• Three signed recommendation letters (one from a faculty member from your graduate level academic discipline, one from professional/work experience, and one additional).
• Unofficial Graduate School Transcript(s).
• Essay responses to the following prompts (500 words limit for each prompt-1500 words total):
1) Pick 3 words to describe yourself and explain why you chose them.
2) What are the 3-4 things that every health system CEO should have on his or her agenda?
3) What is the most common mistake (pick one) healthcare leaders make? How could this mistake be avoided?
*Please do not submit a cover letter.
Additional directions to guide you through our career portal are listed on our fellowship application website at https://www.vumc.org/afp/39310. All application materials must be submitted by September 4, 2020.
Should you have any questions about the fellowship, please email VUMCAdminFellowship@vumc.org.
Kaiser Permanente Southern California Administrative Fellowship
The Administrative Fellowship program is designed to:
-Identify and foster promising candidates for management and future leadership positions within Kaiser Permanente.
-Provide Administrative Fellows with an educational, interactive, and enriching experience that will contribute to their professional development, as well as to their understanding of Kaiser Permanente.
-Create opportunities for Administrative Fellows to enhance skills in project development, strategic implementation, and operations management.
The Administrative Fellowship program allows for learning opportunities through its rotation structure at both the professional and personal level. Most fellows will experience a balance of project and operational work, with an emphasis on health care operations. Learning opportunities include:
-Hospital and Outpatient Operations
-Strategic and Market Planning
-Financial and Analytical Performance
Southern California offers a 24-month fellowship that includes three 8-month rotations: two at a medical center (choice of inpatient or outpatient setting) and one at the regional offices. Fellows are placed in their first rotation by the organization, but fellows will then choose their location for the second and third rotations. Southern California is also actively seeking candidates with a military or nursing background.
As a fellow, you will receive a competitive salary and benefits package, and accrue both vacation and sick leave. In addition, your dependents are eligible for full medical and dental benefits. Opportunities to attend internal and external educational conferences are available to current fellows.
Where to apply?
You should apply to the fellowship directly on the fellowship website: https://adminfellowship.kp.org/program/
All graduate degrees conferred between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021, are eligible to apply for Kaiser Permanente’s Administrative Fellowship programs. Degrees from accredited programs are preferred. Check with your graduate school’s registrar if you are unsure about your degree conferral date.
The application opens August 1st and closes September 13th at 5:00pm PST.
There are six components to the application: 1) online application 2) resume 3) personal statement 4) essay 5) two letters of recommendation (one professional and one academic) 6) unofficial transcript. In the online application, you will submit all materials (items 2-6) in ONE (1) PDF document. The prompts for the personal statement and essay will be available when the application opens.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email our fellowship email account: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program
The UPMC Administrative Fellowships are two-year programs for graduate level students with a passion for health care management. UPMC, a world-renowned health care provider and insurer, is inventing new models of accountable, cost-effective, patient-centered care.
Fellows will spend their first year rotating with executive level leadership, participating in and leading various projects, meetings, and initiatives through a variety of core functional rotations. The second year is flexible and allows the Fellow to spend time working in an area of interest and/or organizational need gaining valuable leadership experience.
The UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program offers several unique tracks designed to give Administrative Fellows a unique perspective on health care. The UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program will be accepting applications for the following tracks for the 2021–2023 program year:
• UPMC Health Services Division Presbyterian Shadyside
• UPMC Health Services Division Altoona
• UPMC Health Services Division Susquehanna
• UPMC Insurance Services Division
The UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program is a proud member of National Council on Administrative Fellowships and participates in centralized application process through the NAFCAS portal and uniform timeline of events.
• June 15, 2020: Application opens
• October 1, 2020: Application closes
• November 12, 2020: Uniform offer date
• The UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program does not participate in NAFCAS cycle 2 process
• Personal Statement (two-page limit):
• Resume or curriculum vitae
• Official or unofficial undergraduate transcript
• Official or unofficial graduate transcript
• Three letters of recommendation (one professional, one from graduate program director or graduate school professor, and one from an individual of the applicant’s choosing)
For more information about UPMC and the UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program, please visit: https://www.upmc.com/careers/admin-fellowship
For questions, please email us at: email@example.com
To connect with us, please find us on linked in at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12267895/
MD Anderson Administrative Fellowship
The MD Anderson Administrative Fellowship offers an opportunity to learn about the organizational structure, philosophy, values, and mission of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The 18-month fellowship is an operations based program that focuses on nurturing independence and learning through measurement and evaluation of progress toward educational objectives. The primary intent of the program is to offer early careerists an opportunity to translate academic theory into practice and further develop their leadership styles in a large, academic specialty non-profit hospital.
The MD Anderson Cancer Center Administrative Fellowship provides:
• Knowledge of organizational dynamics gained from working with senior leadership throughout the Institution
• An opportunity for inexperienced managers to obtain an applied foundation in financial management, ambulatory care management, research administration, human resources administration, facility, and strategic planning
• An understanding of the common values shared by all health care professionals at MD Anderson
• Competitive advantage in key healthcare competencies needed by tomorrow’s executives.
The Office of the President administers the program with support from the MD Anderson Leadership Institute, and strong connections to the clinical operations, finance and research enterprise.
• Translate and apply financial, economic, market and performance information and models to expand, improve and optimize organizational performance.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the healthcare system and environment in which health services are provided
• Effectively manage relationships, influence individuals and groups, and communicate to take action in the pursuit of organizational goals.
• Develop and define a vision, take initiative, provide direction, manage change, and participate in the planning, development, communication and monitoring required to establish and achieve organizational goals.
• The online application will open June 15, 2020 and close at 11:59 p.m. CDT on September 19, 2020. All of the following application material must be submit to DISCOVER System Online Application:
– Personal Statement indicating interest in pursuing an Administrative Fellowship at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, including both short- and long-term goals. The statement of interest should be no longer than one page, single spaced, 12-point font.
– Three letters of recommendation (at least one academic and one professional). There will be a prompt in the online application to send recommendation requests directly to your references.
– Official graduate school transcripts to be self-uploaded into DISCOVER System Online Application (from all graduate institutions attended).
To Apply URL:
• Name: Chastity Boudreaux
• Email: MDAadminfellow@mdanderson.org
• Phone: 713-792-1845
St. Louis Children’s Hospital Administrative Fellowship Program
The St. Louis Children’s Hospital Administrative Fellowship Program is seeking diverse candidates for their 2021-2023 Administrative Fellowship. Details regarding the fellowship experience (application timeline, FAQs, contact information, etc.) can be found here or at https://www.stlouischildrens.org/employment/administrative-fellowship.
**As a note, the fellowship is not a member of the National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF).**
If you have any specific questions regarding the application process, or the fellowship experience, please feel free to contact the program at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is offering a one-year postgraduate
Administrative Fellowship Program for students graduating in or prior to the 2020-2021 school year.
The postgraduate fellowship program is designed to specifically offer a focus on pediatric healthcare issues.
The objectives of the fellowship include
The one year administrative fellowship is a project-based program which allows the fellow the opportunity to gain exposure to all facets of the organization. The administrative fellow works closely with the senior leadership teams on projects that address operational and strategic initiatives. The project-based structure allows the fellow to tailor the experience to their interests while supporting the mission of Lurie Children’s.
Along with the knowledge gained through working on projects throughout the fellowship year, the fellow will also attend leadership and board meetings in order to gain a firm understanding of the strategic goals and vision for Lurie Children’s. The fellow is also encouraged to supplement their experience with additional meetings, shadowing and other activities across the hospital.
Important Dates Informational Webinars for Administrative Fellowship: Friday, August 21 at 12 p.m. CST, Thursday, September 3 at 12 p.m. CST and Friday, September 18 at 11 a.m. CST. Please email email@example.com to request the webinar link for the date you choose to attend. Application Due: Thursday, October 1, 2020 Interview Process: Mid to Late October, 2020 Selection Date: Early to Mid-November, 2020 Start Date: June 2021
For more information contact Nicole Vershaw | Administrative Fellow | 312-227-4339| firstname.lastname@example.org | luriechildrens.org/adminfellowship
The University of West Florida’s (UWF) online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program
The University of West Florida’s (UWF) online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program strives to develop engaged, healthcare professionals who use evidence-based strategies and applied skills to improve operations, quality of care, affordability and access. Our MHA program includes instruction in administration, finance, health economics, human resources, systems operation, quality improvement and organizational behavior and embraces qualities essential to future healthcare careers. The program is 100% online to accommodate busy professionals. Healthcare administrators are in demand to lead healthcare entities that focus on patient-centered care, while managing rising healthcare costs. At UWF, we provide students with the skills to engage in ongoing changes in health systems. Demographic pressures, advances in medicine and technology, and increased health regulations have led to a rapid increase in the demand for this field. Healthcare administrators typically work in hospitals, outpatient clinics, private practices, rehabilitation centers, long-term care facilities, and mental health organizations.
The first step is to submit an application for graduate admission (plus a $30 application fee) and be accepted for admission into the University of West Florida. The next steps are:
• Submit official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions previously attended
• Submit GRE or MAT scores*
• Submit a letter of intent describing your work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree, including
how the degree relates to your career goals
• Submit three recommendation forms
• Submit a résumé
*The test requirement may be waived if one of these conditions is met:
• The applicant has a 3.5 GPA or higher
• The applicant has a 3.0 GPA and three years of relevant work experience in a healthcare organization that
would normally require a bachelor’s degree
• The applicant holds a terminal degree (Ph.D., J.D., Ed.D. etc.) or an advanced professional degree (M.S.,
M.A. etc.) from an accredited program
Have questions about this program or the admissions process? Contact our graduate admissions team
Lurie Children’s Administrative Internship Summer 2020
The Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is offering a paid Administrative Internship for the summer of 2020.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago provides superior pediatric care in a setting that offers the latest benefits and innovations in medical technology, research and family-friendly design. As the largest freestanding pediatric provider in the region with a 135-year legacy of excellence, Lurie Children’s is an academic pediatric healthcare leader committed to providing unsurpassed healthcare for children and educating future healthcare leaders.
In the Administrative Internship, you will be responsible for completing a variety of projects that support hospital-wide operations as well as individual departments and divisions. This role will report to a preceptor/mentor within the organization to guide potential projects and foster an enriching educational experience. The Administrative Intern will be asked to attend a variety of leadership meetings to gain a better understanding of the organization and will be asked to provide a brief presentation at the end of their internship to highlight their achievements.
Application materials include:
of Lurie Children’s and (b) specific goals to achieve from the summer internship experience
Candidates must have completed the first year of their Master’s Degree in healthcare administration, business administration or a related field to qualify.
Application Window: December 13 – December 31
For more information and to apply, visit us at luriechildrens.org/jobs Job Title: Summer Administrative Intern
Washington University School of Medicine’s Executive Management Fellowship deadline approaching soon!
The Executive Management Fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is an extension of our belief that only through the thoughtful leadership of a diverse group of bright and talented individuals can creative solutions be found to some of the challenges at the forefront of the health care frontier.
The fellowship is a two-year program designed to provide participants with a thorough exposure to the operation and governance of a nationally ranked, research-based medical school and academic medical center. Through the mentorship of senior leaders of the school, fellows engage in executive-level discussions and participatory decision-making on complex issues that shape and influence the operation and governance of the school in all aspects of its mission, including its research, education and patient care delivery enterprises.
Please see the attached brochure or follow the link to apply and learn more about the fellowship program: https://medicine.wustl.edu/executive-management-fellowship/
For additional questions please contact our fellows, Nygel Williams and Amanda Wilkins email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Executive Management Fellows
Nygel Williams · Amanda Wilkins · Sobia Shahab (2016) · Kashwayne Williams (2014) · Andwele Jolly (2012)
Johns Hopkins Medicine Administrative Fellowship
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Administrative Fellowship program is an integrated program that offers learning experiences in both the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS) and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (SOM). The program is a 24 month, rotation based program that trains young professionals and helps them develop leadership skills and qualities.
Online Application: https://nafcas.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login
Children’s Mercy Kansas City Administrative Fellowship
The Children’s Mercy Kansas City Administrative Fellowship is designed for postgraduate individuals interested in an administrative career in pediatric health care. Fellows receive hands-on experience in both clinical and non-clinical areas of Children’s Mercy Kansas City. This is provided through a combination of project work, rotations, observations, and shadowing experiences. The fellowship aims to provide the fellow with hands-on administrative experience in a wide variety of administrative discipline, expose the fellow to executive leadership at all levels within the organization, provide the fellow with projects that are aligned with both the fellow’s interests and career goals and the interests and needs of Children’s Mercy, and prepare the fellow for a leadership career in a pediatric health care facility.
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