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Current ACHE Directory of Fellowships Listings


  	City of Hope
Organization and Address: 	City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Stephen Miller, Administrative Fellow
Phone: (626) 256-4673
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(2)

City of Hope is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate coursework from a CAHME and/or AUPHA accredited MHA, MPH or MBA program prior to the start of the applied fellowship year. Candidates must hold and be able to maintain U.S. legal residency throughout the fellowship year and exhibit the following qualities: an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; excellent communication skills (both written and oral); have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: 	One year

City of Hope’s Administrative Fellowship Program represents a unique opportunity for qualified candidates interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. Because City of Hope provides advanced clinical care and conducts innovative research in a relatively small setting, the fellows are able to work directly with the highest level of executives and become well prepared for careers in academic medicine and research.

The Administrative Fellowship Program is a one-year program beginning in July.  It is designed to cultivate executive leaders in the health care field through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellows and City of Hope senior management. Specifically, the fellows work with the Senior Vice President of Operations (the preceptor for the fellowship), the Manager of Hospital Operations, and other members of the hospital executive team responsible for the many departments at City of Hope.

Under the guidance of the preceptor, the fellows gain experience in and are exposed to a variety of departments throughout the medical center, research enterprise, development wing, and medical foundation.  Activities and projects focus on a wide array of current issues in health care administration.

For more information and specifics regarding recruitment steps and the fellowship, please refer to our website. The website will be updated with specific 2015 application timeline/deadlines in July.


If you have any questions, or would like to discuss the program, feel free to reach out to us:

Katelyn Kaiser

Administrative Fellow



Stephen Miller

Administrative Fellow



Preston White

Manager, Hospital Operations

626.256.4673 x64699

Application deadline: September 2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016
  	VA San Diego Healthcare System
Organization and Address: 	VA San Diego Healthcare System
3350 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92161
Attn: Sarah Bass, Health Systems Specialist
Phone: (858) 642-3201
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(1)


Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME, EPH< AUPHA, AACSB, ACBSP, or NASPAA accredited MHA< MHSA, MPH, MBA, or MPA program.  MBA and PMA candidates must have completed at least two healthcare administration courses to qualify.  Applicant should have a special interest in public service and delivering healthcare to Veterans.

To Apply:

Applicants must apply through USAJOBS.GOV and must submit all required information through that portal. 

For additional information, please contact Michael Stobie at or Sarah Bass at
Term: 	1 Year

The Administrative Fellowship is a one-year, rotation based program that exposes the candidate to several critical components of hospital administration.  Rotations include exposure to multiple clinical and administrative services, involvement with executive level meetings and participation in highly visible projects.  The Fellowship aims to develop core management competencies and expose the candidate to a wide range of hospital operations.  A permanent position may be offered after successful completion of the Fellowship.

The VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) is a highly affiliated, complex, tertiary care facility located in San Diego, California.  VASDHS provides varying degrees of care to Veterans in the Southern California, Southern Nevada and Western Arizona.  

Application deadline: Position will be posted at in Janu
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: Summer 2015
 District of Columbia
  	American Hospital Management Company
Organization and Address: 	American Hospital Management Company
1776 I ST NW
Washington, DC 20006
Attn: Alexis Lauren, Director of Human Resources
Phone: (202) 957-8464
Title and Number of Positions: 	American International Healthcare Administration Fellowship Program(2)



The American Hospital Management Company, a Washington, DC based company managing an international system of medical centers, around the world, seeks motivated and dynamic candidates with an interest in international healthcare.  Applicants must have completed a recognized undergraduate degree program or equivalent, and must have exceptional communication, collaborative and organizational skills. Multilanguage skills are preferred but not required. 

Term: 	12 Months

Program Description:


The AHMC International Healthcare Administration Fellowship Program is designed to provide the Fellow with the education and practical experience necessary to successfully establish a career in international healthcare management and administration. Through real-time, hands-on operational experiences in established international healthcare institutions, the Fellow will learn the skills needed to manage and operate these complex and unique medical centers. This practical experience, learning side-by-side with seasoned international healthcare administrators, allows the AHMC Fellow to have the opportunity to see these skills being applied in real-time operations. The program is based on a “hands on” approach with the Fellow an integral part of the hospital’s executive team, and active in the organization’s business cycle. Both the practical and the didactic components expose the Fellow to new, evidence-based practices.


The fellowship begins with a two-month rotation through several key departments. The rotations are a vital component of the fellowship in that they:


    Help the fellows familiarize themselves with the international healthcare environment;
    Are necessary for successful project outcomes;
    Allow the organization to familiarize itself with the fellows;
    Allow the fellows to identify areas within the organization where they would like to spend extended time through project work or further rotations


Fellows shadow executive leadership and rotate through administrative and clinical areas, spending time with ancillary and clinical support services. These initial rotations provide a good overview and a base of knowledge of hospital operations and governance.


After initial rotations, the preceptor and fellow determine the appropriate concentration and project portfolio tailored to the strengths and areas of improvement for each individual fellow.  Executive mentors are then matched with fellows based on selected concentrations. This partnership ensures that fellows strengthen and work on necessary skill sets through periodic review of goal achievement.


Once concentration areas are selected, a second—more specific—rotation occurs in the area of interest to the fellow. Unlike the broad-based rotations, tours through these areas are focused on operational mechanics and analysis within departments and areas of interest. 


Application deadline: Rolling Basis
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: Negotiable
  	Jackson Healthcare c/o Tyler & Company
Organization and Address: 	Jackson Healthcare c/o Tyler & Company
400 Northridge Road
Atlanta, GA 30350
Attn: Katie Mazzuckelli, Vice President of Operations, Tyler & Company
Phone: (770) 396-3939
Fax:(770) 396-6693
Email: kmazzuckelli@tylerandco.con
Title and Number of Positions: 	Jackson Healthcare Post-Graduate Fellowship in Entrepreneurial Healthcare(1)


Jackson Healthcare seeks Fellow candidates who are currently enrolled in a master’s program in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

    Hospital administration/health services administration/public administration;
    Business administration; or
    Public health.

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is mandatory.  Enrollment in a CAHME or AACSB-accredited program is a plus.  And, candidates must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship.

Application Materials

Please send the following materials no later than October 1, 2015:

    Cover letter;
    Statement of interest explaining qualifications, including why you are interested in entrepreneurial healthcare and any experience in entrepreneurship and/or sales;
    One-page explanation of how entrepreneurial healthcare impacts patient care;
    A current resume;
    Copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts;
    Letter of recommendation from the academic program director; and
    At least two professional references whom we can call (names and contact information.


    Application deadline:                October 1, 2015
    Selection process:                    

              Phone interviews:    August and September, 2015

              Skype interviews      October 2015

              On site interviews (Atlanta):  November 2015

   Selection:                Late November 2015

   Start date:               June/July 2016


Term: 	One year

The purpose of the fellowship is to attract a highly qualified, new masters-prepared graduate to Jackson Healthcare (JH) in order to provide opportunities for practical education and possible employment for the new graduate as well as to provide additional high level support for business-related projects.  The fellowship is designed to attract a top notch graduate who might not be interested in a traditional provider career and see him/herself as having an entrepreneurial bent.

The Jackson Healthcare Post Graduate Fellowship in Entrepreneurial Healthcare is under the preceptorship of J. Larry Tyler, Chairman and CEO, Tyler & Company.  The Fellow will work with three or more Jackson Healthcare entities over the course of the one-year term.  At this point, the following three organizations are participating:

Tyler & Company (

Jackson Healthcare (

Jackson & Coker (


Senior executives in each organization will lead the Fellow through each JH rotation, and training will be provided to facilitate the work within that entity.  The Fellow will be exposed to a broad range of issues within each entity and tasked to work on significant projects. 


Compensation and Benefits:  The Fellow will receive a highly competitive salary and be eligible for the Jackson Healthcare benefits package.  


Application deadline: 10/01/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: June or July 2016
  	American College of Healthcare Executives
Organization and Address: 	American College of Healthcare Executives
1 N. Franklin St.
Chicago, IL 60606-3424
Attn: Human Resources,
Title and Number of Positions: 	Stuart A. Wesbury, Jr. Postgraduate Fellowship(1)

You are eligible to apply for ACHE's fellowship if you have earned, within one year of the beginning of the fellowship, a graduate degree in healthcare or association management from a college or university that is accredited by the regional accrediting association in the United States approved by the U.S. Department of Education or that holds membership in the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. Must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship. To apply send a short state of interest (maximum of 500 words), current curriculum vitae (resume), official undergraduate and graduate transcripts and letters of recommendation from the applicant's university program director as well as two professional colleagues.
Term: 	1 year

The fellowship is a flexible program, tailored to meet the needs of both the fellow and the association. The program will provide in-depth exposure to a broad range of association management issues, one-on-one interaction with senior-level executives, and rotation through all major ACHE divisions. The program will also allow the fellow to assume responsibility for selected administrative tasks and to explore an issue of particular importance to ACHE or its affiliates. The fellow will report to ACHE's president/CEO and executive vice president/COO.

Each year, applications will be accepted October 1 and must be postmarked no later than December 1.

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Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: May/June of each year
  	Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital
Organization and Address: 	Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital
5000 South Fifth Avenue
Hines, IL 60141-3030
Attn: Jane Moen, Staff Assistant to the Director
Phone: (708) 202-8387
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(1)

Applicant must be a US Citizen and a current student or a recent graduate of a Masters in Health Administration program or equivalent from an ACEHSA, CAHME, or CEPH accredited pogram. Applicants should possess strong communication, critical thinking, and technical skills. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission, vision, and core values of the facility.
Term: 	1 Year

The program provides diverse experiences involving rotations throughout all the major functions/services of the hospital, special program assignments, membership on management teams, and special projects in areas of interest. Fellow will be assigned the Hospital Director as a preceptor and will participate in leadership, strategic planning, resource management, performance improvement activities and other projects throughout the hospital.

Application deadline: Unknown at Present
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: Summer 2014
  	Willis-Knighton Health System
Organization and Address: 	Willis-Knighton Health System
2600 Greenwood Road
Shreveport, LA 71106
Attn: Charles Daigle, COO
Phone: (318) 212-4000
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Residency and Administrative Internship(1)

Term: 	Residency-1 year; Internship-Summer

- Departmental Relations: Health System

- Special Projects: Corporate/Departmental

- Attendance of Board, Executive Committee Meetings, etc.

Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: 2012
  	Johns Hopkins Medicine
Organization and Address: 	Johns Hopkins Medicine
c/o Marilyn Stephens
Baltimore, MD 21287
Attn: Bradley Hoath,
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Residency(1)

A. Education

Requires a minimum of a Master’s Degree or 3/4th of the graduate degree completed at time of application (preferably in Health Administration, Business Administration or related field). 


B. Knowledge

Knowledge of basic health care provider operations preferred.

Knowledge of current healthcare related issues preferred.

Knowledge of international healthcare preferred.


C. Skills

Requires critical thinking and systems-perspective analytical abilities with the flexibility to understand micro level details

Requires the ability to work independently and with minimal supervision on projects/tasks assigned.

Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and interface with diverse levels of staff and business-related associates.

Requires strong analytical ability to gather, interpret and research data from various sources.

Requires proficient PC skills and ability to use various software applications (word processing, spreadsheet, presentations, database management, etc.)


D. Required Licensure, Certification, Etc.:

Completion of a Lean Sigma training program; to be completed during residency term.


E. Work Experience

1-2 years of work experience in business or relevant field is required.  International healthcare experience preferred.


F. Machine, Tools, Equipment

Personal computers, printers, projectors, fax machines, scanners, copiers, telephone systems, other general office and communication equipment.
Term: 	18 months

The Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI) Administrative Residency is an 18-month paid training program that fosters the development of outstanding individuals committed to careers in healthcare with a strong interest in international business. Under the mentorship and guidance of the program director and executive leaders, the Administrative Resident will have the opportunity to explore areas of interest through project-oriented work within JHI and in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine affiliates. Furthermore, Residents are exposed to high-level strategic planning and other functions, including marketing, finance and information technology.


The program consists of 3 rotations: International Patient Services, Global Services and Executive Leadership. Organizational leaders will serve as preceptors for resident projects, administering the development of specific skills and areas of expertise to the Resident. Additionally, due to JHI’s strong international presence, the Resident will have the opportunity to travel as projects require and/or conduct a rotation overseas as one of JHI’s affiliates.


Sponsored by the COO, the Resident reports to the Business and Project Management Office. Each Resident will serve as a project manager or provide project support on approximately 3-5 projects at any given time. At the end of the Residency, the Resident will have completed roughly 15 projects across the organization and established a performance record and portfolio. Administrative Residents are encouraged to apply for available positions at JHI and throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine following completion of the program.

Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2015
  	Massachusetts General Hospital
Organization and Address: 	Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114
Attn: Alicia Woo, Senior HR Assistant
Phone: (617) 726-2214
Fax:(617) 726-6989
Title and Number of Positions: 	MGH Administrative Fellowship(1)


Mass General seeks diverse candidates from strong masters-level-accredited programs. Qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program are Masters-prepared individuals who have completed the degree requirements in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

    Public health
    Business Administration
    Health services administration
    Hospital administration

Candidates may have working experience through areas such as:


Candidates are typically self-starters, knowledgeable of past and current health industry perspectives, team players and excellent communicators.


To apply:

Interested applicants should submit the following information by October 5, 2015:

    Current resume
    Written statement of interest outlining career objectives
    Official Transcript of Completed Graduate Courses
    A letter of recommendation from each of the following*:
        Graduate Program Director
        Faculty Member
        Internship/Fellowship Preceptor 

Applicants will be notified in October if they have been selected to come to Boston for an interview in November. The new class of fellows will begin work on or around July 1, 2016.

Please submit applications to:

Administrative Fellowship Program Director
c/o Alicia Woo
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street – Bulfinch 360
Boston, MA 02114

* In all cases, an applicant must submit three professional letters of reference. In the event that the applicant did not have an internship/fellowship experience during their graduate school program, a letter from a recent or current employer in the healthcare setting may serve as a substitute for the preceptor letter. In the event that the Graduate School Program Director serves also as a faculty member, the Graduate School Program Director should write a letter of reference in that capacity, and a separate letter of reference should be obtained from a different professor or faculty member to fulfill the Faculty Member reference letter requirement.
Term: 	Two years

The Administrative Fellowship Program has been designed to provide:

    A knowledge of organizational dynamics, gained from working with managers at various levels of the health care organization
    An opportunity for the inexperienced manager to obtain an applied foundation in financial management, practice management, process engineering, human resources administration, and facility and strategic planning
    An appreciation for the common values shared by all health care professionals at Mass General and Partners HealthCare
    A progressive experience directed towards preparing fellows for administrative leadership positions in academic medical centers.

Fellowship Structure
The fellowship is a structured two-year program comprised of seven core rotations ranging in length from one to six months. Typically, the program starts in July each year. During the two years, the fellow becomes exposed to various aspects of hospital administration. Core rotations include:

    Patient Care Services (6 months)
    Finance (6 months)
    Hospital and Ambulatory Care Operations (3 months)
    Human Resources (3 months)
    Patient Advocacy (1 month)
    Public Affairs/President (2 months)
    Network Development and Practice Management, MGPO (3 months)

Each rotation is collaboratively developed by senior vice presidents, executive preceptors and the administrative fellow. During each rotation, the fellow participates in fundamental projects that support ongoing department initiatives and aid the fellow in developing core competencies. The responsibilities and assignments are primarily project oriented.

The fellow is also exposed to senior-level decision-making processes and participates in team decision making to learn about the interdependent nature of hospital departments.

With guidance from fellowship directors, fellows are also encouraged to seek exposure to activities outside of their core rotations. A broad network of individuals also provide continuous support to the fellow. During each rotation, he or she is assigned a senior level preceptor who provides feedback and direction for working projects. In addition, the fellowship directors are readily available to assist in the fellow’s professional development at any time during the program.

Mass General also offers a strong network of former fellows who meet regularly to discuss current issues in health care such as journal clubs, networking events, fellows night. Fellows' experiences also confirm the level of support from the hospital administration and the friendly, collegial working environment.



Application deadline: 10/05/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016
  	Henry Ford Health System
Organization and Address: 	Henry Ford Health System
2799 W. Grand Boulevard, K11
Detroit, MI 48202
Attn: Madelyn Van Tassel, Administrative Fellowship Program Coordinator
Phone: (313) 916-6183
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(2)

The goal of the HFHS Administrative Fellowship Program is to attract, develop, and retain a diverse pool of administrative leadership talent in an effort to create a pipeline of future organizational leaders. Therefore, we are seeking energetic learners with high leadership potential who display an ability to think strategically, build relationships, and innovate our approach to healthcare delivery. Applicants must have a MHA, MPH, MBA or equivalent degree, preferably from an accredited graduate program.
Term: 	One Year

The Administrative Fellowship at Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) provides an unmatched opportunity to develop leadership and management skills within the complexities of a highly-integrated health system, create and implement solutions to pressing operational, strategic, and community-based challenges, and build a powerful professional network with HFHS's nationally and internationally respected physician and administrative leaders.

Henry Ford offers two system-wide administrative fellowships that are one year in duration. Each fellow is assigned to a preceptor in one of the System's business units (such as Henry Ford Hospital, Henry Ford Medical Group, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, or Health Alliance Plan). While the fellows are strongly encouraged to explore other areas of the health system through project work, informal mentoring, retreats, meetings, and other learning opportunities, this structure provides a home base for each fellow and the opportunity to develop a close mentor/preceptor relationship with the business unit's leader.

The Program is self-directed and project based with no formal rotations. Fellows are quickly invited to participate in numerous meaningful and challenging projects, which facilitate personal learning and also contribute to the major operational and/or strategic goals of the organization.

Henry Ford Health System’s Administrative Fellowship is a member of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership’s (NCHL) National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) and supports the Fellowship Code of Good Practice.

Interested applicants can learn more about HFHS and our Fellowship Program, including all the application instructions, at our website:

Application deadline: 10/07/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016
  	Albert Lea Medical Center-Mayo Health System
Organization and Address: 	Albert Lea Medical Center-Mayo Health System
404 West Fountain Street
Albert Lea, MN 56007
Attn: Stephen C. Waldhoff, FACHE, Chief Administrative Officer
Phone: (507) 373-2384
Title and Number of Positions: 	Education With Industry - United States Air Force(1)
Qualifications: 	MHA, HDA or PhD. Also a member of the United States Air Force Medical Service
Term: 	10 months
Description/Structure: 	The Education with Industry program is a post-graduate fellow experience for members of the United States Air Force. The program provides clinical operation experience in a community healthcare setting.
Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: Negotiable
  	Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Organization and Address: 	Barnes-Jewish Hospital
One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza
Saint Louis, MO 63110-1003
Attn: Kaci Dannatt and Jyotsna Somaraju, David A. Gee Administrative Fellows
Phone: (314) 747-0709
Email: OR
Title and Number of Positions: 	David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship(2)

Qualified applicants must have completed a Masters degree (MBA, MHA, MHSA) or equivalent course work prior to the start of the fellowship in June/July 2015. Preferred applicants hold a Masters degree from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation Healthcare Management Education (CAHME); however, candidates from non-CAHME accredited programs will also be considered.


To apply please prepare and include the following documents:

    Cover letter
    Current resume or curriculum vitae
    One to two page personal statement addressing the following:
        Decision to pursue an administrative fellowship at an academic medical center
        Interest in the David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship
        Fellowship and career objectives
        Challenge(s) facing academic medicine
    Three letters of recommendation, including one from the applicant’s program director and one from a past or present employer
    Official undergraduate and graduate school transcripts


Application materials should be mailed in a single packet to:

Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Attn: Kaci Dannatt and Jyotsna Somaraju, David A. Gee Administrative Fellows

Mailstop 90-71-300

One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza

St. Louis, MO  63110


Applications Recieved: September 17, 2014

First Round Interviews: Late September/Early October 2014

On-Site Interviews: Early October 2014

Selection Announcement Date: Mid/Late October 2014

Start Date: June/July 2015
Term: 	Two Years


Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center is the largest hospital in Missouri and the largest private employer in the St. Louis region.  Barnes-Jewish Hospital was the first adult hospital in Missouri to be certified as a "Magnet Hospital" by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).  Magnet designation is the highest honor awarded for hospital nursing by the ANCC. 

For 21 years running, Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center has ranked among the best hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report. In the “2013-14 Best Hospitals” issue, the hospital ranked #15 and was recognized in 15 of a possible 16 medical specialties.


The David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship is a two-year program that provides unique exposure to the operation and governance of Barnes-Jewish Hospital, affiliated with the Washington University School of Medicine. 

Administrative fellows actively participate as members of the hospital executive leadership team through attendance at high level meetings including Board of Directors, Medical Executive Committee, Operations Council, and Executive Council meetings. Additionally, the fellows meet regularly with the hospital President and the Vice President of Surgical Services, the David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship preceptor.

During the first year, fellows rotate through various departments, including the following:

    President’s Office
    Goldfarb School of Nursing
    Patient Safety & Quality
    Patient Care Services
    Perioperative Services
    Ancillary Services
    Human Resources
    BJC Medical Group
    Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
    Joint Office of Strategic Planning
    Elective Area of Focus

The first year includes participation in specific projects that are linked to the strategic goals of the hospital. These rotations and projects are designed for the fellows to gain knowledge and experience in hospital operations in an academic medical center.

The second year of the fellowship is designed for the administrative fellows to gain experience within a specific area of Barnes- Jewish Hospital or the BJC Health System depending on the fellows’ interests and the needs of the organization.

For more information, please visit

Application deadline: Recieved by September 17, 2014
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: June/July 2015
  	Center for Health Care Quality, University of Missouri Health System
Organization and Address: 	Center for Health Care Quality, University of Missouri Health System
CE505 CS&E Bldg., DC375.00
Columbia, MO 65212
Attn: Koby Clements, Deputy Director of Operations
Phone: (573) 882-8905
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellow(1)

Required Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative, scientific subject (health informatics, industrial engineering), or management related field (MHA, MBA) with a B average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better.
    Strong skills using Microsoft products such as Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word, and Visio and the ability to grasp internal information systems.

Successful candidate must have:

    Interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively with teams of people.
    Exhibit strong leadership skills and analytical abilities to organize and summarize data to yield actionable information through strong written and verbal communication.
    An ability to effectively balance multiple projects, tasks, and responsibilities.
    A high level of professionalism.

Preferred Qualifications:

    Master’s degree in a quantitative, scientific subject (health informatics, industrial engineering), or management related field (MHA, MBA) with a B average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better from an accredited program.
    1 – 3 years of relevant or Administrative Internship experience.
    Experience working with quality and process improvement teams within a health care setting.
    Strong skills using databases and related reporting tools (SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Cognos, Cerner PowerInsight (SAP Business Objects)).
    Experience building data and information dashboards, particularly using SAP Dashboards/Xcelsius.
    Cost/benefit analysis experience.

Application Deadline: March 1, 2015

Application Details and Requirements:

To apply for this position:

1.  Select the link for Job opportunities for prospective employees at

2.  Find the Administrative Fellow position (Job ID # 15629) in the list of job postings. The Department will be listed as Health Mgmt & Informatics.

3.  Open the position.

4.  Click on the Apply Now button and follow the application instructions.

Please be prepared to upload the following:

    Personal essay of no more than 500 words that describes:
        how your passion for healthcare administration developed, and
        why the University of Missouri Health Care is a perfect fit for you.
    Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts
    Resume or Curriculum Vitae

In addition to the above, 3 Letters of Recommendation (maximum of 1 from academic program faculty) should be sent to: Koby Clements at

For more information about this position, please contact Mr. Koby Clements, Project Director, Center for Health Care Quality at 573-884-5738 or
Term: 	1 Year

The CHCQ/OCE Administrative Fellowship position is a non-permanent, one year training experience providing opportunity for the fellow to be immersed in the use of improvement tools and techniques, facilitation and coaching, and data analytics within UMHS.  The Fellow will work with an emphasis in QI/PI and in doing so will be exposed to a wide variety of settings within the health system including inpatient and outpatient clinical departments, scheduling, billing, ancillary departments, support services, and administration allowing them to test both interests and skills in a variety of disciplines.

Specific Roles and Responsibilities

This position will serve under the direction of Dr. Douglas Wakefield, CHCQ’s Director, and Dr. Kristin Hahn-Cover, Chief Quality Officer and OCE’s Director, and report directly CHCQ’s Deputy Director of Operations, Mr. Koby Clements.

CHCQ provides a wide range of patient care quality, safety, and value improvement support services to departments, teams, and individuals throughout UMHS. These services encompass a wide range of education, facilitation, technical assistance, consultative, and data analytic activities. CHCQ’s work is organized around three major areas: Technical Consultation/ Assistance; Education Innovation and Improvement; and Research.   The Fellow will also participate in CHCQ educational programs such as UMHS Innovation and Improvement Sharing Days, as well as the Performance Improvement Leadership Development Program (PI-LDP) and Clinical Leaders’ Quality Improvement Program (CL-QIP) programs. 

OCE also provides a wide range of PI/QI reporting and support within MUHC in the areas of clinical improvement, infection control, and internal and external quality metrics reporting.  The Fellow will spend part of her/his time working with OCE  staff in developing analytic skills related to issues such as external reporting requirements and report preparation, root cause analyses, and adverse event reporting.   

Professional Development

While the successful candidate must have in place the required qualifications, training will be provided to the successful candidate to perform job duties and provide professional growth opportunities.

Development opportunities include:

    Training and application of PI/QI knowledge and tools
    Team leadership, facilitation, and coaching skills
    Exposure and interaction with a variety of areas within the health system through PI/QI projects
    Opportunities to attend executive-level meetings and be exposed to long-term strategic planning.
    Development of healthcare data analytics skills to support clinical, support service and administrative improvement initiatives
    Exposure to internal and external clinical quality reporting practices and measures
    Exposure to trends and innovations in healthcare service delivery and finance
    Advanced technical skills and knowledge of the health care system

This position is eligible for University benefits. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental and vision plans, retirement, and educational fee discounts. For additional information on University benefits, please visit the Faculty & Staff Benefits website at

Equal Employment Opportunity

The University of Missouri is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that is fully committed to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. For more information, call the Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resource Services/Affirmative Action officer at 573-882-4256.

To request ADA accommodations, please call Human Resource Services at 573-882-7976. TTY users, please call through Relay Missouri, 1-800-RELAY (735-2966) or en Español at 1-800-520-7309.

Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: 06/01/2015
  	Washington University School of Medicine
Organization and Address: 	Washington University School of Medicine
4480 Clayton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-1093
Attn: Richard Stanton, Associate Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance
Phone: (314) 362-4922
Title and Number of Positions: 	Executive Management Fellowship(1)

The Executive Management Fellowship is open to graduates from accredited MHA, MBA, MPH or other health care- or research-related professional programs approved by the dean.

The ideal candidate for the fellowship has completed a graduate course of study in business, public health or health care administration in preparation for a career in health care administration. Individuals from other educational back­grounds who are interested in exploring the field of medical school administration are also encouraged to apply.

Program participants must comply with all university and medical school policies.

All applicants must comply with required Washington University School of Medicine policies regarding background check/drug screening/inoculations.

To build a diverse workforce Washington University encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

Application and Supporting Documentation

Submission of the following application materials is strongly encouraged on or before September 30, 2015.

• Current resume of work, professional and academic achievement

• Two letters of recommendation from academic sponsors

• Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts for all schools attended

• Personal statement, no longer than two pages in length

Your personal statement should address the reasons for your interest in the fellowship program and how the experience relates to your personal career goals.

Please submit all application materials to:

Richard J. Stanton

Associate Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance

Washington University School of Medicine

Campus Box 8003 660 S. Euclid Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63110-1093

Incomplete applications and those received after September 30, 2015, may not be considered.
Important Dates

Application deadline: Application materials are strongly encouraged by September 30, 2015.


Phone interviews: September and October

On-site interviews: Will be granted to a select group of candidates within the first two weeks in November

Final candidate selection: Anticipated on or before November 20, 2015

Fellowship start date: On or about June 20, 2016
Term: 	2 years

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, founded in 1891, has a rich history of success in research, education and patient care.  Many medical firsts and 17 Nobel Laureates are associated with the School of Medicine. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the school among the top six medical schools in the United States.

Washington University School of Medicine, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center are part of Washington University Medical Center, an urban academic medical center occupying 164 acres over 17 city blocks in the Central West End.  The medical center generates an annual economic impact of nearly $4.9 billion for the St. Louis area, according to an economic model maintained by the St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association.


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.

Academic medical centers play an important role in the improvement of the health care delivery system. Essential to their collective mission is effective leadership that fosters and embraces innovation, efficiency, safety, quality and cultural competency.

The Executive Management 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.

The experience also allows the fellow to develop an appreciation for the factors influencing the quality, access to, efficiency and competency of the health care delivery system, and to gain an in-depth understanding of the intricate working relationship between the School of Medicine and its affiliated academic medical center.

The fellow acts as a member of the dean’s senior management team for the School of Medicine and participates in relevant faculty and leadership forums and other executive level meetings in which the dean and other members of senior leadership routinely participate.

The selected fellow is an active participant in administrative processes including but not limited to:

    strategic planning
    capital planning
    other key administrative
    processes and functions

The fellow also engages in management activities and projects pertaining to strategic partnerships with the School of Medicine’s hospital partners and affiliated health care system.

The fellow will report to the executive vice chancellor for medical affairs and dean of the School of Medicine. Richard J. Stanton, associate vice chancellor for administration and finance, will serve as a mentor and provide frequent feedback and interaction.

Perhaps most importantly, this experience offers the selected individual the opportunity to explore his or her interest in the field of health care administration and to potentially prepare for a leadership role in a medical school or academic medical center.


For more information, please visit .

Application deadline: 09/30/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: June 20, 2016
 New Jersey
  	CarePoint Health System
Organization and Address: 	CarePoint Health System
10 Exchange Place - 16th Floor
Jersey City, NJ 10004
Attn: Chris McNeill, Executive Assistant to EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Kirat Kharode, JD, FACHE
Title and Number of Positions: 	Executive-In-Training/ Administrative Fellowship(2)

    MBA, MHA, or Master's Equivalent
    Health Care Experience, in particular with a services orientation, is a viewed as a material plus
    Leadership, maturity, and ability to problem solve
    Graduate Degree from top institution with a track record of academic success
    Strong analytical skills and strategic mindset
    Devotion to accuracy and detail
    Willingness to learn
    Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
    Advanced use of Mcrosoft Office products including MS Excel and PowerPoint

Term: 	12-24 Months/ Negotiable


CarePoint Health 

CarePoint Health, based in Hudson County, NJ (easily commutable from New York Metro area) is a fully integrated healthcase system in New Jersey that focuses on medical treatment through coordinated medicine through the efforts of several business units. Our organization includes a large for-profit hospital system, a network of more than 1000 physicians, an ambulance company, a health insurance plan, a foundation, a research institute, new emerging ancillary service lines, and a school of nursing. We are at the leading edge of transformation in the healthcare system and take pride in having a very entrepreneurial culture.

Position Overview

CarePoint Health is seeking the best and brightest to join its first Administrative Fellowship/ Executive-In-Training program. Compensation package will be extremely lucrative relative to other Fellowship programs in the NY/ NJ metro in order to attract the very best talent. While the program is new to CarePoint, CarePoint Health Management have spent their entire careers mentoring early careerists and look forward to grooming the next generation of talent.

Under the supervision of Executive Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer, Kirat Kharode, JD, FACHE, the Administrative Fellows will be an integral part of CarePoint Health Management Associates and be involved in a variety of strategic and operations projects.

Administrative Fellows will spend their first few months rotating through various business units in order to understand the CarePoint Health culture. Simulatenously, they will be asked to support the CarePoint 2020 Innovation and Decision Support Unit on various analyses. After rotations are completed, the Fellows will be assigned various project management tasks. Ultimately the goal of the Administrative Fellowship is to welcome individuals who have successfully completed the fellowship into the CarePoint Health management team.

Application Process:

1) Provide a 1 page cover letter/ introduction explaining why you'd be the best fit for CarePoint's Administrative Fellowship Program. PLEASE INDICATE WHEN YOU WOULD LIKE TO BEGIN WORKING AS AN ADMINISTRATIVE FELLOW SHOULD YOU BE SELECTED.

2) Share a detailed business case (using both PowerPoint AND Excel) that you've developed independently, from either school or work experience, which demonstrates your business acumen and ability to use PowerPoint and Excel exceptionally.

3) Provide graduate school transcript


Candidates looking to begin Fellowship in July 2015, must apply by May 1, 2015.  Applications will otherwise be accepted on a rolling basis.


Application deadline: Rolling - Candidates Looking to Start in July Must
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: Negotiable
 New York
  	NYU Langone Medical Center
Organization and Address: 	NYU Langone Medical Center
550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016-6402
Attn: Christina DiStefano, Administrative Fellow
Phone: (646) 501-9940
Fax:(212) 263-8460
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(2)

MHA/MHSA/MPH/MPA or equivalent from accredited graduate program with focus in health care administration
Term: 	1-2 years

The Administrative Fellowship offers on-the-job training in the skills and responsibilities required of an administrator in a major academic medical center. The Fellow is placed at the very center of the organization's major administrative programs, in contact with the people, ideas, and initiatives essential to the day-to-day operations and strategic direction of the organization. NYU Langone Medical Center is one of the nation’s premier healthcare resources; the institution's threefold mission is to provide the highest quality patient care, medical education, and biomedical research.

Required application materials include: Current Resume; Official graduate school transcript; One-page Statement of Objectives; Three sealed letters of recommendation--at least one from a current/former employer and at least one from a graduate school professor

For more information, please visit:

Application deadline: 09/23/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016
 North Carolina
  	Duke University Health System
Organization and Address: 	Duke University Health System
DUMC 3545
Durham, NC 27710-0001
Attn: Theresa Richmond,
Phone: (919) 681-6624
Fax:(919) 681-8921
Title and Number of Positions: 	Revenue Cycle & Financial Management Fellow(1)

This fellowship is open to individuals with an MHA, MPH, MBA, or equivalent degree from a U.S. accredited (CAHME, CEPH, AUPH, AACSB) graduate program.

Interested candidates should submit an application, current resume, personal statement (limit response to one page), official graduate school transcripts (no photocopies), one faculty recommendation letter, one additional recommendation letter (from an employer, faculty member, or other professional), and one essay (limit response to one page). The application, essay questions, and additional information can be found online at:
Term: 	Two years

The Duke Revenue Cycle and Financial Management Fellowship Program is housed within the Patient Revenue Management Organization (PRMO) which is the centralized billing and collections office for all of Duke University Health System (DUHS). Formed in 2001, the PRMO focuses on streamlining the revenue cycle through enhanced management of scheduling, registration, billing, collections, cash management, and customer service.

The Revenue Cycle and Financial Management Fellowship is a two year experience that provides an in-depth look at the revenue cycle’s impact across an entire health system. During the first year, fellows gain in-depth exposure to the Health System through shadowing opportunities and meaningful project work that pairs project management concepts with strategic planning initiatives. All projects and educational opportunities are based on learning and developing competencies critical to the success of health care administrators: revenue cycle operation, service access, training/support services, coding/revenue management, charge capture, payment posting, information technology, contract coordination, strategic planning, performance management, budgeting/financial analysis, reimbursement, balanced scorecard framework, managed care contracting, and internal controls/policy development.

In the second year, while working closely with senior management, fellows focus on specific areas of interest to develop in-depth knowledge and skills. During this time, fellows are encouraged to focus on specific departments/service lines and engage in projects and learning opportunities that will prepare the fellow for a post-fellowship job in their areas of interest.

For questions, comments, concerns, or information, please join the 2015-2017 Duke Revenue Cycle & Financial Management LinkedIn Group:

Application deadline: Postmarked by September 26, 2014
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2015
  	Cleveland Clinic
Organization and Address: 	Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44195
Attn: Gina M. Cronin, Program Director
Phone: (216) 444-3960
Fax:(216) 445-4457
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship Program(6)

Qualified applicants will have a Masters degree (MHA, MHSA or MBA) or equivalent course work completed from a U.S. based university. Preferred applicants have a Masters degree completed from a Commission on Accredidation of Health Management Education (CAHME) accredited program; however, non-CAHME programs will be accepted for review.
Term: 	One year, with opportunity for perm. employment

The Cleveland Clinic Administrative Fellowship offers outstanding opportunities for fellows in a variety of operational, clinical, strategic growth and international arenas.  Under the mentorship and guidance of the program director and other executive leaders, the fellows gain excellent career experiences in leading-edge areas of management.


This project-based fellowship is geared towards the highly-motivated graduate with some practical experience in healthcare. Cleveland Clinic selects up to six administrative fellows annually.  


A single packet of the following materials should be sent: cover letter, resume, graduate letters of recommendation (one academic, one professional), official graduate and unofficial undergraduate transcripts and two essays (see website for essay questions).  Cleveland Clinic is also an active member of the National Council of Administrative Fellowships.


For additional information please refer to our website for specifics:



Application deadline: 10/05/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: 07/01/2016
  	Lehigh Valley Health Network
Organization and Address: 	Lehigh Valley Health Network
17th & Chew St. P.O. Box 7017
Allentown, PA 18105
Attn: Julie Vardaro, Administrative Fellow
Phone: (610) 969-4244
Fax:(610) 969-2891
Title and Number of Positions: 	Lehigh Valley Health Network Administrative Fellowship(1)

Qualified applicants will have a MHA, MPH, MBA, or equivalent from an accredited graduate program. Applicant should be a motivated, self-starter, interested in furthering his or her career in healthcare administration through a hands-on learning experience.
Term: 	12 months

About Lehigh Valley Health Network

Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) has been a community-based health care resource for over a century. LVHN is also a progressive teaching institution, serving as clinical campus for the University of South Florida. Our not-for-profit mission is to heal, comfort and care for the people of our community by providing advanced and compassionate health care of superior quality and value, supported by education and clinical research. We continue to add new facilities, services and programs to a regional footprint that includes (as of April 2015):

    Three full-service hospitals:
        Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest in Salisbury Township, which includes two additional clinical campuses:
            Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street in Allentown
            Center for Orthopedic Medicine–Tilghman in Allentown
        Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg in Bethlehem
        Lehigh Valley Hospital-Hazleton in Luzerne County
    Children’s Hospital at Lehigh Valley Hospital, the only Children’s Hospital in the Lehigh Valley, including inpatient and ambulatory care, a Children’s ER, more than 30 pediatric specialists and numerous child-specific services such as rehab and burn care
    Community health centers offering doctors' offices and lab and imaging services at convenient locations in Bangor, Bath, Bethlehem Township, Emmaus, Hamburg, Hazleton, Kutztown, Macungie, Moselem Springs, Trexlertown and Upper Bucks (in partnership with Grand View Hospital)
    More than 1,340 primary care and specialty physicians – including more than 630 employed by the health network
    Pharmacy services at three of our hospital campuses
    Imaging services to obtain accurate diagnoses with the latest high-tech diagnostic equipment
    Home health and hospice services
    CareWorks retail health clinics in Allentown and Schnecksville
    Community clinics, including 40 primary and specialty clinics to care for people who are uninsured or underinsured
    Health Network Laboratories, providing laboratory tests from the most critical medical applications to simple pre-employment drug screenings
    Valley Preferred, linking employers and individuals with quality health coverage

The care and services we provide annually receive national recognition through awards and accreditation from organizations such as U.S. News & World Report, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) and many others.

About the Program

The David Joseph Administrative Fellowship is a 12 month program that is designed to provide an opportunity to learn through structured rotations and project work as well as through an interim leadership role. During the program, fellows gain an in-depth understanding of hospital operations. Additionally, fellows are exposed to senior management meetings, committees and other system-wide functions according to their interests and developmental needs.

Fellowship objectives:

    Develop strong leaders for Lehigh Valley Health Network and the health care industry
    Expose individuals to LVHN’s philosophy, mission, vision and operation
    Provide the opportunity to obtain coaching, learning and mentoring from senior-level executives
    Provide the opportunity to define and shape personal and career goals
    Provide the opportunity to develop management skills through interim roles in areas such as: inpatient unit, clinical practice, or specialized service

Rotations and Project Management Experience:

The first 9 months of the fellowship will be dedicated to a set of planned rotations that will provide exposure to, and project work in, 6 different divisions of the health network. The rotation divisions have been thoughtfully selected to ensure optimal value to post-graduate professionals who have a specific interest in hospital operations. The project work in each rotation will be selected based on the needs of the organization and the skill-development needs of the fellow.

Interim Leadership Experience:

The final 3 months of the program is intended to provide at least one opportunity to serve in an interim leadership role. The interim role will be selected from the roles available with special attention to the fellow’s interests and skill set. The interim leadership experience provides an opportunity to gain experience directly pertaining to your goals and desired career path.

Disclaimer: Employment will require travel to any of the health system campuses, or locations; the fellow must be prepared to take advantage of opportunities as they arise.

For more information visit:

About the Application Process

We request that all applications be submitted electronically. If interested, please use the following link ( to submit the following items by end-of business on October  5, 2015:

    Current resume
    Electronic copy of graduate school transcript (official or unofficial)
    Short answer responses
    3 letters of recommendation** (At least 1 academic)

**Academic and professional references are also encouraged to submit their letter of recommendation electronically through this link:



For more information, please call 610-969-4244

Application deadline: 10/05/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016
 South Carolina
  	Lexington Medical Center
Organization and Address: 	Lexington Medical Center
2720 Sunset Blvd
West Columbia, SC 29169
Attn: Patricia Perez, Healthcare Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: 	Practice Administrator Fellowship Program(4)

Candidates must have completed or anticipate completion of a bachelor’s or graduate degree in health care administration, health services management, public health, business administration, business management or other related programs. Qualified candidates will be team oriented and self-starters who are knowledgeable of the healthcare industry. The candidate will preferably have 1-3 years working experience in the healthcare field. Experience will have preferably been in a physician practice setting or a setting that allowed for patient and physician interaction. Working experience may be through internships, preceptorships, residencies or employment.

Term: 	June 2016 to May 2017

Important Dates

Applications Accepted: June 1st – September 15th 2015
Initial Interviews: October 2015
Executive Panel Interviews: November 2015
Fellowship Start Date: June 2016


About the Fellowship

Lexington Medical Center’s Practice Administrator Fellowship Program is a structured, one-year program which begins in June, committed to discovering potential, and providing comprehensive training and experience to individuals in the area of physician practice administration.

Fellows receive practical experience working with physician practices and community medical centers. In addition, Fellows participate in a range of direct tasks and projects with our physician practice network and community medical center leadership. Fellows experience assigned practice rotations and projects within Lexington County Health Services District. Fellows play an integral role individualizing their fellowship experience and learning plan around organizational, professional, and career objectives.

 We provide Fellows with coaching and mentoring that enhance leadership and management skills. Previous fellows and experienced practice managers working within LMC physician practices serve as mentors to guide fellows through their learning experience. During the Practice Administrator Fellowship Program, fellows develop close relationships with their preceptor as well as executive leadership during project assignments and practice rotations.

Fellows receive competitive compensation and benefits for the duration of the program and, now celebrating its fifth year, fellows who successfully complete the program are highly considered for opportunities in practice administration within the LMC Network of Care.

Located in West Columbia, South Carolina, LMC is a 414-bed modern medical complex boasting a network of more than 600 physicians, 60 medical practices, six community-based medical and urgent care centers, an occupational health center, the largest extended care facility in the Carolinas and an Alzheimer’s care center.

To Apply

Please complete the following no later than September 15, 2015:

1.       Apply for the Practice Administration Fellow position online after June 1, 2015 via Lexington Medical Center’s website

 2.       Mail a completed application packet in one envelope postmarked by September 15th to:

Lexington Medical Center - Human Resources Department

Attn:  Practice Administrator Fellowship Program

2720 Sunset Boulevard

West Columbia, SC 29169

Required application packet components:

ð       Resume or Curriculum Vitae

ð       Personal Statement – One page statement indicating how Lexington Medical Center’s Practice Administrator Fellowship Program will define or enhance your career goals.

ð       Three Letters of Recommendation:

-          One from a current or previous academic advisor or professor

-          Two from current or past employers

ð       Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts

Application deadline: 09/15/2015; Accepting Applications June 1st - September 15, 20
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: June 2016
  	Palmetto Health
Organization and Address: 	Palmetto Health
293 Greystone Boulevard
Columbia, SC 29210
Attn: Val Richardson, MA HRDV, Workforce Development Manager
Phone: (803) 296-5306
Title and Number of Positions: 	Palmetto Health Administrative Fellowship(1)

Palmetto Health is looking for motivated and highly qualified individuals who are self-starters and will take full advantage of this educational opportunity while contributing to the continued growth of Palmetto Health. Preferred candidates are graduates from a CAHME accredited college in health care management education and possess credentials in one or more of the following majors: MHSA, MPH, MHA, and MBA. Consideration will also be given to students from other comparable graduate degree programs with professional experience in healthcare.  Students enrolled in colleges that require a Fellowship as a condition for graduation are eligible to apply.
Term: 	one year

The Palmetto Health Administrative Fellowship is a 12-month appointment that offers hands-on experience and promotes personal learning and development. A comprehensive, yet flexible, approach is employed that accommodates the needs of both the Fellow and the organization.

The CEO is directly involved in the year-long process and in the development of the Fellow's individual development plan. Working closely with the CEO, and other involved Leaders, oversight and direction is provided for the year-long process and experience. Executive leadership throughout the system is readily available and willing to serve as preceptors, mentors or expert resources for assigned projects during the Fellow's year at Palmetto Health. Building other relationships with seasoned leaders within the organization is also encouraged and serves to provide additional informal mentoring and learning experiences.

The Palmetto Health Leadership Institute offers numerous opportunities for the Fellow’s continued growth and development as a leader and provides much added value to the Fellowship experience. 

To view complete information and apply, please use the following web link:






Application deadline: 08/14/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: 06/01/2015; June 1, 2016
  	Vanderbilt University Medical Center Hospital & Clinics
Organization and Address: 	Vanderbilt University Medical Center Hospital & Clinics
1301 Medical Center Drive
Nashville, TN 37232-5100
Attn: Kathleen Mandato, Director, VMG Training and Organizational Development Office
Phone: (615) 936-6878
Fax:(615) 936-6834
Title and Number of Positions: 	VUMC Hospital & Clinics Administrative Fellowship Program(3)

Applicants to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Administrative Fellowship Program must be masters-level graduates from accredited programs in healthcare administration, business administration, public health, or nursing administration. Ideal applicants should have relevant healthcare experience including internships, externships, fellowships, or other related employment. 

Term: 	2 Years

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 program’s primary goal is to develop participants, through measurable demonstration of healthcare operations knowledge and skill-set competency, to successfully assume leadership roles in health system administration.



Borrowing from medical residency training and management development programs, the Administrative Fellowship Program relies on a cumulative learning experience to fortify the transition from graduate studies to independent practice in health system administration. The program is arranged in three phases: See One, Do One, and Lead One.

Months 1-5

Months 6-17

Months 18-24

Phase 1: See One

Phase 2: Do One

Phase 3: Lead One


Contextual and Functional Knowledge of Operating Units


Competency in Critical Skill-Sets, Processes, and Tools of 
Health System Administration


Autonomy and Responsibility on Administrative Team

18 Rotations

16 Core Competencies

Independent Practice


Fellows are able to adapt their experience to meet their unique interests and career aspirations by completing the core competencies in the area(s) of their choosing. Time is also reserved for fellows to participate in various strategic projects, professional development opportunities, formal trainings, and senior leadership meetings throughout the program.



The Administrative Fellowship Program is overseen by the Hospital and Clinics’ Executive Leadership Team. An Administrative Fellowship Board, comprised of various institutional leaders and program alumni, acts as an advisory group to the Executive Leadership Team.  The Training and Organizational Development Office manages the daily operations of the program and ensures that all fellows receive the proper orientation and onboarding, a structured learning plan that provides opportunities for hands-on experience, and support and guidance throughout the year.



In addition to the formal mentorship of the Executive Leadership Team, fellows are able to build strong relationships with other institutional leader as they progress through the program. Informal mentorship opportunities are available as fellows frequently interact with program alumnus and other emerging leaders.


Application Materials

    Administrative Fellowship Application
    Three letters of recommendation (one from a faculty member from your academic discipline, one from professional/work experience, and one additional)
    Unofficial copy of graduate school transcript(s)

All application materials must arrive in one envelope and will not be accepted if postmarked after September 8, 2014. Electronic submissions will not be accepted. 


Application deadline: September 8, 2014
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 1, 2015
  	Baylor College of Medicine
Organization and Address: 	Baylor College of Medicine
1 Baylor Plaza
Houston, TX 77030
Attn: Erin Cannon, Director, Clinical Business Services
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship(2)

The Baylor College of Medicine Administrative Fellowship Program is open to recent graduates who will have graduated within one (1) year of the start date of the fellowship program from an accredited school with an advanced degree and who can demonstrate a history of interest in healthcare.


The fellowship offers a graduate the opportunity to gain management experience within one of the world's leading academic health science institutions.

Candidates who meet the following criteria should apply:

    Recent graduate from an accredited master’s program with an emphasis in health care administration, policy, or finance
    Strong interest in management of an academic health science center
    Exhibits strong leadership, oral and verbal communication, analytical, and teamwork skills
    Highly motivated
    Excellent academic record - GPA of 3.0 or above

Term: 	1 year

The Office of the President administers the Administrative Fellowship Program, with the Chief of Staff serving as the preceptor and mentor. The fellowship enjoys strong support from various areas, including Clinical Affairs, the Patient Business Services, clinical departments, and the finance department.

Throughout the year, the fellow will serve as support to the departments covered by the President's office. In addition, the fellow rotates through core modules designed to give an overview of the college and an opportunity to engage in specific project work. While these core modules are recommended for the fellow to achieve a well-rounded fellowship experience, the BCM Administrative Fellowship Program allows for rotation substitution if the fellow wishes to specialize in a particular area of focus.


Program Objectives:

    Identify promising candidates in healthcare management to mentor and develop for future management and leadership positions
    Provide a learning environment enhancing the administrative fellow's professional development, as well as his/her understanding of Baylor College of Medicine, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, Baylor clinics, and its other affiliated clinical and academic partners
    Offer the administrative fellow an opportunity to acquire and refine important managerial competencies such as communication, organization, teamwork, and analytical skills
    Contribute to the advancement of the College and its missions through active participation in the development and implementation of projects


Application requirements

To be submitted in one packet:

    Cover letter
    One-page personal statement expressing the applicant's career goals, interest in academic health centers, and how the applicant can contribute to Baylor College of Medicine
    Resume or curriculum vitae
    Three sealed letters of recommendation—one from a professor; one from a job or internship supervisor; and one additional letter from a non-relative who knows the candidate well and can speak to the candidate's character
    All letters must have recommender's signature across back seal
    Official undergraduate school transcripts
    Official graduate school transcripts


All fellowship application materials should be mailed to:

BCM Administrative Fellowship Program

Attn: Erin Cannon, MPA

One Baylor Plaza, Suite 143A

Houston, TX 77030


For additional information, please contact our current fellows

Jason Madsen and Steve Winder at


Please also refer to our website link listed below:


Application deadline: Postmarked by September 19
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2015
  	Rice University
Organization and Address: 	Rice University
MS-142, 6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005
Attn: Rebecca Richards-Kortum,
Title and Number of Positions: 	Global Health Technology (GLHT) Fellowship(2)

The ideal candidate will have a MS or PhD in Biomedical Engineering or related field, experience teaching or mentoring undergraduates in Biomedical Engineering, and a strong interest in global health education and research.
Term: 	1 year with the ability to renew for a second year

Rice University, in Houston Texas and Jimma University in Jimma, Ethiopia introduce a new fellowship in Biomedical Engineering.  With funding from AIHA’s Twinning Partnership, Jimma University, Rice University, and Texas Children’s Hospital have recently embarked on a new partnership to strengthen biomedical engineering education in Ethiopia.  As part of this program, we have developed a Global Health Technology (GLHT) Fellowship to support biomedical engineering education at Jimma University.

The GLHT fellow will reside at Jimma University, where he/she will work with partner institution faculty to develop and implement undergraduate biomedical engineering courses.  The partnership places a strong focus on laboratory and inquiry-based education.  GLHT fellows will be jointly appointed at Rice University and an Assistant Professor at Jimma University.  The one-year fellowship is renewable for a second year, subject to satisfactory performance.  Fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in research related to global health technologies. 

Fellows will receive a competitive stipend to support cost of living and medical benefits, assistance locating housing, and travel support.  The fellowship start date is flexible, but ideally would range from June to August, 2013.

Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing their interest and qualifications for the program, CV, and names of references to Rebecca Richards-Kortum (  The deadline for receipt of application is May 1, 2013; applicants are encouraged to apply early as applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: 06/01/2013
Organization and Address: 	EvergreenHealth
12040 NE 128th St
Kirkland, WA 98034
Attn: Victor Kao, Current Administrative Intern
Phone: (425) 899-1000
Title and Number of Positions: 	Administrative Fellowship at EvergreenHealth(1)

Applicants must be currently enrolled in and must have obtained by the start of the fellowship a degree of MHA, MPH, or MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. An equivalent graduate-level degree may also be considered.Salary and Benefits

EvergreenHealth provides a competitive salary and full benefits, as well as reimbursements for ACHE membership and travel expenses to two regional and/or national health care conferences.

Term: 	1 year

The Administrative Fellowship at EvergreenHealth is a one-year program designed to provide new MHA, MBA, MPH, or similar Master level graduates with an opportunity to gain practical professional experiences through being responsible for a single line of business and managing projects in specified key areas within EvergreenHealth, all while developing core leadership and healthcare competencies. Approximately 60% of the Fellow’s time will be spent running a single line of business, while 40% of the Fellow’s time will be spent managing projects in finance, patient safety and quality, customer engagement, operations, strategy and business development, human resources, medical group, inpatient care, and ambulatory surgery. The core competencies that the Fellow will develop and will blanket all of the fellow’s projects and activities include Lean management, effective presentation skills, change management, running effective meetings, business planning, delegating with influence, effective communication, giving and receiving feedback, leading physicians, and board relationships.

The fellowship program is supervised by a senior level fellowship preceptor and also provides a high degree of guidance from an Executive Sponsor, Executive Team mentor, a physician mentor, and a peer mentor. The fellowship program gives exposure to executive leadership at EvergreenHealth and the larger community that EvergreenHealth serves through interactions and shadowing opportunities with senior and executive leadership, medical staff, patient rounding, and high-level meetings across the organization. The goal of the fellowship program is to train and develop future leaders in healthcare who are equipped with the experiences required to be immediately effective in a healthcare organization after completion of the fellowship.

How to Apply:

EvergreenHealth Administrative Fellowship Application Requirements

The following application materials are required to apply for the EvergreenHealth Administrative Fellowship:

• Resume

• Completed EvergreenHealth Post Graduate Fellowship Application, which includes a personal statement

• Official transcripts from all universities attended

• 3 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic, 1 up to the applicant’s discretion)

Application materials should be sent in one packet by mail and must be postmarked by the application deadline. Incomplete or late applications will not be reviewed.


Application Receipt Deadline: August 31, 2015

Review of Applications: By September 25, 2015

Phone Interviews: October 5-9, 2015

On-Site Interviews: October 19-30, 2015

Selection Announcement: Mid November 2015

Start Date (Negotiable): July 2016 


For more information

Current Administrative Fellow

Victor Kao

Administrative Fellow







Application deadline: 08/31/2015
Selection announcement date: Late October 2015
Start date: July 2016