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  InterHealth Canada
Organization and Address: InterHealth Canada
P.O. Box 75722
Al Moosa Tower II, Suite 1903
Dubai,
Attn: Suzanne Gandy, HR Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications:

InterHealth Canada seeks diverse candidates from strong masters-level-accredited programs. The residency will be based in the Dubai office, with opportunity to participate in projects through the London and Toronto Office.

Qualified candidates for the Administrative Residency 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 will be evaluated on written and verbal communication skills; data analysis, interpretation and presentation; initiative (a “self starter”); professionalism; independence; leadership potential; and previous professional work experience.

To apply, please submit

Resume

  • 1 page Personal statement that describes how your interest in health care management developed, your   career objectives and your goal in seeking an administrative residency
  • Official graduate school transcripts 
  • 3 letters of recommendation (at least one professional and one academic)

Please email all packages to

Suzanne Gandy, HR Specialist

recruit@interhealthcanada.ae

 

Term: 2 Years
Description/Structure:

InterHealth Canada is a leading healthcare organization that specializes in the development,  commissioning and management of healthcare facilities and projects worldwide. 

Established in 1994 for the purpose of exporting Canada’s intellectual and management expertise in healthcare to the international market, InterHealth’s head office is located in Toronto, Canada with regional offices in London, Dubai and the Turks & Caicos Islands.

With a global partnership network including major Canadian Academic Health Centres, Specialty Hospitals and Multi-Hospital systems, InterHealth has access to first class healthcare expertise to support specific client requirements. Lead by an award winning Senior Team with a diverse medical background and strong international experience, InterHealth is committed to providing innovative solutions that meets the best international standards at value for money.

The administrative residency is a 24 month program based in Dubai office. The residency will be under the direction of the Managing Director and Director of Planning of the Dubai Office. Residents will be members of the Business Development and Planning team and will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. There is the opportunity to participate in projects Internationally, and travel will be expected.

 Compensation and Benefits

  • Competitive tax-free salary with transportation and housing included
  • 22 days vacation +  sick days
  • Health Insurance 

Application deadline: 01/10/2012
Selection announcement date: 03/01/2011
Start date: 07/01/2012

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  Birmingham VA Medical Center
Organization and Address: Birmingham VA Medical Center
700 South 19th Street

Birmingham, AL 35233-1927
Attn: Ron Hamner, Administrative Resident
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications: MSHA/MBA, MSHA, MHA or equivalent from an CAHME accredited program. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, two (2) letters of recommendation [one (1) academic and one (1) professional or character] and a statement of career objectives outlining their short/long term goals, areas of interest, how BVAMC can assist in reaching those goals and how the applicant can contribute to BVAMC.
Term: One (1) Year
Description/Structure: The Birmingham Veterans Administration Medical Center (BVAMC) is a tertiary care teaching hospital within the Veterans Administration (VA) Southeast Healthcare System, Veterans Integrated Services Network (VISN) 7, providing a full range of medical care services. The medical center provides primary care to veterans at hospital based clinics, as well as, community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) in Anniston, Bessemer, Childersburg, Decatur, Dothan, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jasper, and Muscle Shoals. BVAMC is affiliated with the University of Alabama at Birmingham and numerous other institutions of higher learning that provide coursework in the healthcare field. The administrative residency is a twelve (12) month program in the Office of the Director under the main preceptorship of the Medical Center Director (CEO); the resident will have access to the Associate Director, Assistant Director, Associate Director- Patient Care Services and the Chief of Staff. The residency is headquartered at BVAMC in Birmingham, Alabama. The resident will have the opportunity to rotate through all medical center services and to add rotations based on interest. The resident will attend meetings with senior executives, veterans service organizations, community organizations and others. The selection of projects is based on the needs of the facility, individual interest and the students’ academic program requirements to make the residency an excellent experience. The resident is expected to provide insight, analysis and creative alternatives as a productive member of the administrative staff.
Application deadline: 11/13/2009
Selection announcement date: January 2010
Start date: Summer 2010

Organization and Address: Birmingham VA Medical Center
700 South 19th Street

Birmingham, AL 35233-1927
Attn: Ron Hamner, Administrative Resident
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications:

MSHA/MBA, MSHA, MHA or equivalent from a CAHME accredited program. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, two (2) letters of recommendation [one (1) academic and one (1) professional or character] and a statement of career objectives outlining their short/long term goals, areas of interest, how BVAMC can assist in reaching those goals and how the applicant can contribute to BVAMC.

Term: One (1) Year
Description/Structure:

The Birmingham Veterans Administration Medical Center (BVAMC) is a tertiary care teaching hospital within the Veterans Administration (VA) Southeast Healthcare System, Veterans Integrated Services Network (VISN) 7, providing a full range of medical care services. The medical center provides primary care to veterans at hospital based clinics, as well as, community based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) in Anniston, Bessemer, Childersburg, Decatur, Dothan, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jasper, and Muscle Shoals. BVAMC is affiliated with the University of Alabama at Birmingham and numerous other institutions of higher learning that provide coursework in the healthcare field.

The administrative residency is a twelve (12) month program in the Office of the Director under the main preceptorship of the Medical Center Director (CEO) or designee; the resident will have access to the Medical Center Director, Associate Director, Assistant Director, Associate Director- Patient Care Services and the Chief of Staff. The residency is headquartered at BVAMC in Birmingham, Alabama. The resident will have the opportunity to rotate through all medical center services and to add rotations based on interest. The resident will attend meetings with senior executives, veterans service organizations, community organizations and others. The selection of projects is based on the needs of the facility, individual interest and the students’ academic program requirements to make the residency an excellent experience. The resident is expected to provide insight, analysis and creative alternatives as a productive member of the administrative staff.


Application deadline: 11/13/2009
Selection announcement date: January 2010
Start date: Summer 2010

  Central Alabama Veterans Health System
Organization and Address: Central Alabama Veterans Health System
215 Perry Hill Road

Montgomery, AL 36109-3725
Attn: Robert Ratliff, PhD, FACHE, Director
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA or equivalent from an accredited graduate program.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: n/a
Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

  Princeton Baptist Medical Center
Organization and Address: Princeton Baptist Medical Center
701 Princeton Avenue SW

Birmingham, AL 35211
Attn: Keith Parrott, FACHE, CEO/President, Princeton Baptist Medical Center
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications:

Completion of coursework for a MHA/MBA, MSHA or equivalent from a CAHME accredited program.

 

Candidates should submit:  

  • Resume
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (at least one academic and one professional)
  • Cover letter indicating career objectives, areas of healthcare administration interest, and how an administrative residecy at Princeton Baptist Medical Center can help you attain these goals.
Term: one year
Description/Structure:

The purpose of the Administrative Residency at Princeton Baptist Medical Center is to foster the training and development of future leaders in the healthcare administration field. This is accomplished through broad exposure to the daily and strategic operations of a healthcare facility (Princeton Baptist Medical Center) and system (Baptist Health System) through interaction with senior management, the Board of Trustees, physicians, and the network as a whole.  The Chief Executive Officer will serve as the preceptor. 


Application deadline: 11/01/2010
Selection announcement date: Spring 2011
Start date: June 2011

  UAB Health System
Organization and Address: UAB Health System
MEB 300
619 19th ST S
BIRMINGHAM, AL 35249
Attn: Brian J. Berthiaume, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: The candidate is currently enrolled in an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management and will complete all core curricula by the July 1 hire date and a residency is a requirement for the completion of the Master’s degree. The candidate is a graduate of an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. The candidate will graduate from an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management prior to the July 1 hire date. Application materials: application form, current resume, personal statement of interest in pursuing a career in health care administration and your specific interest in the UAB Health System program (2 page maximum), official graduate school transcript, two letters of recommendation (one from a graduate school professor and the other one from a non-graduate school related source).
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship program at the UAB Health System (UABHS) provides qualified individuals a comprehensive training experience in health care management to complement and enhance their foundations from their academic programs. The UAB Health System is a world-class, state-of-the-art health care organization that embraces the opportunity to cultivate upcoming executives to lead the future of an increasingly complex health care environment. A diversity of health care operations combined with clinical and management expertise makes the UAB Health System an ideal fellowship opportunity. At least one fellow will be selected each year for the 12-month program. Through hands-on project management, rotations throughout UABHS entities, and integration into the activities of senior management, the fellow has unlimited exposure to the clinical and operational departments of the acute care – inpatient and outpatient – academic and community settings as well as the activities that occur at the corporate level. Regular attendance and participation at meetings of departmental staff, senior management, and professional staff further augments the learning experience. The Fellowship Advisory Committee consisting of senior leadership across the UAB Health System provides oversight and mentoring to the fellow throughout the program and ensures the success of the experience. Welcome to the UAB Health System and the exploration of a premier Administrative Fellowship opportunity! For details visit www.uabhealth.org/adminfellowship
Application deadline: 11/01/2007
Selection announcement date: January 2008
Start date: July 2008

  UAB Health System
Organization and Address: UAB Health System
619 19th Street South
MEB 300
Birmingham, AL 35249-1900
Attn: Kyle Buchanan, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: The candidate is currently enrolled in an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management and will complete all core curricula by the July 1 hire date and a residency is a requirement for the completion of the Master’s degree. The candidate is a graduate of an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. The candidate will graduate from an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management prior to the July 1 hire date. Application materials: application form, current resume, personal statement of interest in pursuing a career in health care administration and your specific interest in the UAB Health System program (2 page maximum), official graduate school transcript, two letters of recommendation (one from a graduate school professor and the other one from a non-graduate school related source).
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship program at the UAB Health System (UABHS) provides qualified individuals a comprehensive training experience in health care management to complement and enhance their foundations from their academic programs. The UAB Health System is a world-class, state-of-the-art health care organization that embraces the opportunity to cultivate upcoming executives to lead the future of an increasingly complex health care environment. A diversity of health care operations combined with clinical and management expertise makes the UAB Health System an ideal fellowship opportunity. At least one fellow will be selected each year for the 12-month program. Through hands-on project management, rotations throughout UABHS entities, and integration into the activities of senior management, the fellow has unlimited exposure to the clinical and operational departments of the acute care – inpatient and outpatient – academic and community settings as well as the activities that occur at the corporate level. Regular attendance and participation at meetings of departmental staff, senior management, and professional staff further augments the learning experience. The Fellowship Advisory Committee consisting of senior leadership across the UAB Health System provides oversight and mentoring to the fellow throughout the program and ensures the success of the experience. Welcome to the UAB Health System and the exploration of a premier Administrative Fellowship opportunity! For details visit www.uabhealth.org/adminfellowship
Application deadline: 10/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2007
Start date: 07/01/2007

  UAB Health System
Organization and Address: UAB Health System
Medical Education Building
314
Birmingham, AL 35249
Attn: Akofa A Bonsi, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. The candidate will graduate from a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management prior to the July 1 hire date

Term: Two Years
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Health System Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 24 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Health System Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources throughout the various Health System entities. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at www.uabhealth.org/adminfellowship 

Don't forget to join us for our information webinar session from 2-3 PM CST on September 18th, 2009. Register here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/559770771


Application deadline: 10/05/2009
Selection announcement date: 12/01/2009
Start date: 07/01/2010

  University of Alabama at Birmingham
Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham
MEB 300
619 19th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35249
Attn: Sarah Molony, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 

The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.

The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.

 

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 12 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Hospital Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources within UAB Hospital. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis.


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: 11/01/2012; November 2012
Start date: 07/01/2013; Summer 2013

  University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System
Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System
MEB 314, 619 19th Street South

Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Hashir Hamza, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: A candidate will be considered for an Administrative Fellowship based upon the following: The candidate will graduate from a CAHME OR AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program; MPH or MBA program with an emphasis in health care management prior to the July 1 hire date. The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME OR AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship program at the UAB Health System (UABHS) provides qualified individuals a comprehensive training experience in health care management to complement and enhance their foundations from their academic programs. The UAB Health System is a world-class, state-of-the-art health care organization that embraces the opportunity to cultivate upcoming executives to lead the future of an increasingly complex health care environment. A diversity of health care operations combined with clinical and management expertise makes the UAB Health System an ideal fellowship opportunity. At least one fellow will be selected each year for the 12-month program. Through hands-on project management, rotations through UABHS entities, and integration into the activities of senior management, the fellow has unlimited exposure to the clinical and operational departments of the acute care—inpatient and outpatient—academic and community settings as well as the activities that occur at the corporate level. Regular attendance and participation at meetings of departmental staff, senior management, and professional staff further augments the learning experience. A Fellowship Advisory Committee consisting of senior leadership across the UAB Health System provides oversight and mentoring to the fellow throughout the program and ensures the success of the experience. To learn more about the Administrative Fellowship program please visit: www.uabhealth.org/adminfellowship
Application deadline: 10/27/2008
Selection announcement date: December 2008
Start date: July 2009

  University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
619 19th Street South
QBT 500
Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Martin Smith, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:
  • The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 
  • The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.
  • The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.
Term: 1 Year
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 24 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Health System Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources throughout the various Health System entities. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at www.uabhealth.org/adminfellowship 

Don't forget to join us for our information webinar session on the upcoming 2011-2012 fellowship.  This 1-hour webinar will introduce you to UAB Medicine, describe the fellowship experience, and detail the application process.

Title: "UAB Administrative Fellowship"

Date: Friday, September 10, 2010

Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM CDT

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Application deadline: 10/01/2010
Selection announcement date: 12/01/2010
Start date: 07/01/2011

Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
619 19th Street South
QBT 500
Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Lee Hammonds, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 

The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.

The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 12 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Hospital Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources within UAB Hospital. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at http://www.uabmedicine.org/careers/administrative-fellowship-overview

Don't forget to join us for our information webinar session from 10-11 AM CST on September 9th, 2011. Register here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/644259822


Application deadline: 09/30/2011
Selection announcement date: November 2011
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
619 19th Street South
QBT 500
Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Anisa Xhaja, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 

The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.

The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 12 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Hospital Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources within UAB Hospital. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at http://www.uabmedicine.org/careers/administrative-fellowship-overview

Don't forget to join us for our information webinar session from 10-11 AM CST on September 5th, 2013. Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5730275624800272384


Application deadline: 09/20/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
619 19th Street South
QBT 500
Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Leslie Fair, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Application Materials                                                              

Application materials must be postmarked by September 8, 2014.

  • Current Resume
  • Personal statement of interest in pursuing a career in Health Care Administration and your specific interest in the UAB Health System program. (2-page maximum).
  • Official graduate school transcript
  • Two letters of recommendation (one from a graduate school professor and the other from a non-graduate school related source)

Eligibility                                                                                                                      

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 

The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.

The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 12 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Hospital Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources within UAB Hospital. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at http://www.uabmedicine.org/careers/administrative-fellowship-overview

Webinar Session: September 2, 2014 from 9-10 AM CST              

Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7166508298588136705

This 1-hour webinar will introduce you to UAB Medicine, describe the fellowship experience, and detail the application process.          


Application deadline: 09/08/2014
Selection announcement date: November 2014
Start date: July 2015

Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
619 19th Street South
QBT 500
Birmingham, AL 35249-3293
Attn: Brian Berthiaume, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: A candidate will be considered for an Administrative Fellowship based upon the following: The candidate is currently enrolled in an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management and will complete all core curricula by the July 1 hire date; and a residency is a requirement for the completion of the Master’s degree. The candidate is a graduate of an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management; The candidate will graduate from an MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management prior to the July 1 hire date.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship program at the UAB Health System (UABHS) provides qualified individuals a comprehensive training experience in health care management to complement and enhance their foundations from their academic programs. The UAB Health System is a world-class, state-of-the-art health care organization that embraces the opportunity to cultivate upcoming executives to lead the future of an increasingly complex health care environment. A diversity of health care operations combined with clinical and management expertise makes the UAB Health System an ideal fellowship opportunity. At least one fellow will be selected each year for the 12-month program. Through hands-on project management, rotations through UABHS entities, and integration into the activities of senior management, the fellow has unlimited exposure to the clinical and operational departments of the acute care—inpatient and outpatient—academic and community settings as well as the activities that occur at the corporate level. Regular attendance and participation at meetings of departmental staff, senior management, and professional staff further augments the learning experience. A Fellowship Advisory Committee consisting of senior leadership across the UAB Health System provides oversight and mentoring to the fellow throughout the program and ensures the success of the experience.
Application deadline: 11/01/2008
Selection announcement date: January 2009
Start date: July 2009

  University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
Organization and Address: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
Medical Education Building 300
619 19th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35249
Attn: Sarah Molony, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

The candidate is a graduate of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program or MBA or MPH program with an emphasis in health care management. 

The candidate will graduate from an aforementioned program prior to the July 1st hire date.

The candidate has successfully completed all on-campus, didactic requirements of a CAHME or AACSB accredited MHA/MSHA/MHSA program and will graduate upon completion of a fellowship or residency.

 

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Under the direction of UAB Hospital Executive Leadership, the Administrative Fellow participates in and contributes to operational, administrative and strategic issues of concern to Senior Leadership. As part of a post-graduate educational program typically lasting 12 months, the Administrative Fellow applies the theories, principles and skills learned in the academic portion of their Business or Healthcare Administration graduate training with the guidance of a preceptor who is a member of the UAB Hospital Executive Leadership team. Through work assignment rotations selected with the input of their preceptor, the Administrative Fellow serves in various business units including (but not limited to) Administration, Finance, Information Systems, Compliance, Medical Staff Office, Marketing, Facilities & Planning, and Human Resources within UAB Hospital. This role is actively engaged in significant areas of healthcare management through project management, committee service and role assignments through which the Fellow gains valuable professional experience while promoting the organization’s mission and values and demonstrating leadership potential. Incumbent may work independently and determine best approach to accomplish task, but review and updates are provided to senior leadership on a regular basis. More information can be found at http://www.uabmedicine.org/careers/administrative-fellowship-overview


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: Summer 2013

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  Providence Health System - AK Region
Organization and Address: Providence Health System - AK Region
3200 Providence Drive

Anchorage, AK 99519-6604
Attn: Samantha Peterson, Human Resources
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program 2006-2007(1)
Qualifications: Eligibility Requirements: 1. Complete application (see "Administrative Fellowship/Residence Application Process"). 2. Master of Health Administration, Public health, Public Affairs, or Business Administration degree from an accredited graduate program, or the equivalent. 3. Work experience and/or academic record that has demonstrated solid knowledge of health care organization and financing issues. 4. Thorough knowledge of current health care trends, financial analysis ability, understanding of organizational theory, project management, and planning skills. 5. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 6. Demonstrated potential for high-level strategic thinking and ability to develop and exercise executive leadership skills. We seek to attract a diverse pool of applicants and actively encourage women and persons of color to apply.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: Providence Health System Administrative Fellowship Program is a preceptor-directed learning experience that fosters development and operational experience in a values-based, not-for-profit health care delivery system. The program is regionally based with fellows to serve in sponsoring Regions on a year-to-year basis. Goals of the Fellowship Program are: Develop outstanding health system leaders who contribute to meeting Providence’s need for talented future leaders; Expand diversity of Providence Leadership; Provide opportunities for individuals to enhance their skills, knowledge, and experience; Enhance the learning culture of Providence by providing opportunities for introduction of current academic theory and learning techniques into the system.
Application deadline: 11/18/2005
Selection announcement date: February, 2006
Start date: Typically July 2006

  Providence Health System Alaska
Organization and Address: Providence Health System Alaska
701 E Tudor
Suite 135
Anchorage, AK 99503-7459
Attn: Charlene Davis, Director Recruitment & Workforce Planning
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent
Term: 1
Description/Structure: The Providence Health System Alaska Fellowship Program is a preceptor-directed learning experience that fosters practical development and operational experience in a values-based, not-for-profit healthcare delivery system. This opportunity is directed toward individuals who are interested in management responsibilities and participation in a wide variety of projects, meetings, and other professional experiences designed to strengthen leadership and administrative skills. The broad range of assignments and experiences are tailored to the individual interests of the Fellow. This position will report directly to the CEO and COO. Application materials should include: 1-2 page cover letter, resume, 1-page description of community service activities, 3 letters of recommendation (one from a faculty member), and official graduate transcripts. Please contact Charlene Davis to receive an Administrative Fellowship application packet. For more information about our health system please visit http://www.providence.org/alaska
Application deadline: 10/31/2006
Selection announcement date: 01/12/2007
Start date: Negotiable, June/July 2007

  USA MEDDAC-AK
Organization and Address: USA MEDDAC-AK
4066 Gaffney Road

Fort Wainwright, AK 99703
Attn: Robert L Paige III, Operations Manager
Title and Number of Positions: administrative fellowship(1)
Qualifications: American Intercontinental University, Hoffman Estates, IL; Dual Masters Degrees in Healthcare Administration & Operations Management , 2006; 3.4 out of 4 Point GPA; 213 Other Hours
Term: one year
Description/Structure: Operations Manager: Keep abreast of the operational situation, solve outstanding issues, and update section managers, company commander, Battalion commander and operational units on developments with reference to missions assigned. Communicate effectively orally and in writing with accurate and timely reports and disseminates information to all personnel, coordinates with other military and civilian staff branches/sections on pertinent matters. Create and/or improve the communication (internal and external) portion of the Emergency Management Plan (EMP) and Emergency Operation Center (EOC) using Hospital and Emergency Incident Command System (HEICS) format. Other duties include maintaining required training reports and Service Delivery Reports and distribute all status reports daily. Oversee the day-to-day direction and management of the MEDDAC Security Program.
Application deadline: 11/16/2006
Selection announcement date: Varies, March 2007
Start date: Negotiable, March 2007

Organization and Address: USA MEDDAC-AK
4066 Gaffney Road

Fort Wainwright, AK 99703
Attn: Robert L Paige III, Operations Manager
Title and Number of Positions: administrative fellowship(1)
Qualifications: American Intercontinental University, Hoffman Estates, IL; Dual Masters Degrees in Healthcare Administration & Operations Management , 2006; 3.4 out of 4 Point GPA; 213 Other Hours
Term: one year
Description/Structure: Operations Manager: Keep abreast of the operational situation, solve outstanding issues, and update section managers, company commander, Battalion commander and operational units on developments with reference to missions assigned. Communicate effectively orally and in writing with accurate and timely reports and disseminates information to all personnel, coordinates with other military and civilian staff branches/sections on pertinent matters. Create and/or improve the communication (internal and external) portion of the Emergency Management Plan (EMP) and Emergency Operation Center (EOC) using Hospital and Emergency Incident Command System (HEICS) format. Other duties include maintaining required training reports and Service Delivery Reports and distribute all status reports daily. Oversee the day-to-day direction and management of the MEDDAC Security Program.
Application deadline: 11/16/2006
Selection announcement date: Varies, March 2007
Start date: Negotiable, March 2007

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  Mayo Clinic
Organization and Address: Mayo Clinic
5777 E. Mayo Blvd
Stabile 3-66 DLMP Education
Phoenix, AZ 85054
Attn: Administrative Fellow, Kristina Welhaven
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Training Program(4)
Qualifications:

Master's degree (or in pursuit of, with course completion anticipated prior to July 2013 start date) from an accredited program required. Coursework must be completed prior to beginning fellowship. Experience within the health care industry, such as internships, preceptorship, fellowships, or applicable employment is also required. 

Master's degree in health care administration, business administration, public health, health services administration, or related degree preferred. Mayo considers candidates best-suited for the Mayo Administrative Fellowship Program to be highly motivated individuals. The position requires strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with all levels of employees and the ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups.

 

Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

A Life-Changing Career 

Mayo Clinic’s Administrative Training Program is a two-year learning experience designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in healthcare administration. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities within Mayo Clinic. Individual participants make significant contributions to administrative work throughout the organization. These contributions range from project and task force work to role assignments. Typically, the two-year program begins in July of each year. The program consists of six to eight rotations in areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Systems and Procedures, Research, Education, and Operations.

Administrative Fellows may be based in Jacksonville, FL; Rochester, MN; or Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ. The fellowship experience may also include a rotation at a Mayo Clinic Health System site. 

Complete applications must be submitted by September 30, 2012, in order to be considered. For more information about the program, visit Mayo's Administrative Fellowship Program website at: http://www.mayoclinic.org/afp/ 

Mayo Clinic provides the highest quality patient care by placing the needs of the patient first.  You'll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism and mutual respect - and most importantly, a life-changing career.

One of Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For," Mayo Clinic offers an excellent salary and benefits package. To learn more about this opportunity, and to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/OGaKzE

Mayo Clinic is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. Post-offer/pre-employment screening is required. 

 


Application deadline: 09/30/2012
Selection announcement date: n/a
Start date: 07/01/2013

  Department of Veteran Affairs, Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
Organization and Address: Department of Veteran Affairs, Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
3601 S. 6th Ave.
Attn: 9-05/ekm
Tucson, AZ 85723
Attn: Kathy Morgan, Human Resources Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Health Systems Specialist (Administrative Resident/Fellow)(1)
Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

QUALIFICATIONS STANDARDS: OPM Qualification Standards Handbook for General Schedule Position, Group Coverage Qualification Standard for Clerical and Administrative Support positions, GS-671.

GS-7 LevelAdministrative Residents are graduate students pursing a master's degree in Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Health Service Administration (MHSA), Master of Public Health (MPH) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA), MBA applicants must have health care related course work or applicable health care experience to qualify for these position.  Evidence of completion of these courses must be shown on the transcripts.   Applicants must be enrolled in a program that is accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting body by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), or Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Program (ACBSP).  Candidates have competed the didactic portion of their education and are seeking a residency to meet the requirement for graduation.  

GS-9 LevelAdministrative Fellows are graduate students who have been awarded master's degree in a Master of healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Health Service Administration (MHSA), Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Business Administration (MBA) and MBA applicants must have health care related course work or applicable health care experience to qualify for these positions.  Evident of completion of these courses must be shown on the transcripts.  Applicants must be enrolled in a program that is accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting body from the Accrediting Commission on Education for Health Services Administration (ACEHSA) or the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).  Candidates have completed the didactic portion of their education and are seeking a residency to meet the requirement for graduation.  Candidates selected for this Fellowship are required to complete a 40-hour Without Compensation (WOC) training experience prior to graduation and later will be coverted to a Post Degree Fellow.  Post Degree Fellow will be appointed for a period of 24 months and will complete 12 months under the GHATP experience and the other 12 months will be a continuation of development activities in a selected specialty area.

GS-11: 1 year equivalent to the GS-9 level or a Ph. d. or equivalent doctoral degree or 3 full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree or a LL.M., if related.

IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE MAY NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE. 

Term: Two years
Description/Structure:

This program provides in-hosptial experience for students receiving, or have received their Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA) or Health Service Administration (MHSA) or in Business Administration (MBA). Incumbent will participate in a formal training plan and job assignments to develop competencies appropriate to the VA's mission.  Resident Fellow is expected to display integrity, professionalism and acceptable development as measured by training and performance plans.

HOW TO APPLY:

You must submit your application so that it will be received by the closing date of the announcement.

We encourage you to use the USAJOBS resume builder to build a resume in federal format.  Application materials must be handcarried or mailed to this facility.  APPLICATION MATERIALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED VIA FAX.  Be sure your application includes the following: A resume or an Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF 612) or any other format and an optional form 306, Declaration for Federal Employment. Although we do not require a specific format, certain information is required to determine if you are qualified.

If education is used to qualify for this position, please include sufficient information in your resume so you can be evaluated. You may mail a list of college courses that includes hours and grades to provide detail.

Application mailed using government postage or through an internal federal government mail system will not be considered.

'OF-306, Declaration for Federal Employment. All applicants even current federal employees) must complete and submit this form.


Application deadline: 04/16/2010
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: *Info Not Available Online

  Department of Veteran Affairs-Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
Organization and Address: Department of Veteran Affairs-Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
3601 S. 6th Ave,
Attn: HR/9-05ekm
Tucson, AZ 85723
Attn: Kathy Morgan, Human Resources Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Graduate Healthcare Administration Training Program (GHATP)(1)
Qualifications:

Requirements for Fellowship/Residency applicants: a)Must be a U.S Citizen; b)CURRENTLY enrolled in, and graduating from, a CAHME (formerly ACEHSA) or CEPH accredited college in a graduate administrative healthcare program, e.g.: Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Health Service Administration (MHSA), Master of Public Health (MPH) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA). MBA applicants must have health care related coursework. H c.) Candidate must not have done a residency prior to completion of degree. Interview and appointment must take place while applicants are still in degree program. Once student accepts a fellowship offer, they must complete 40 hours of training as a Without Compensation (WOC) employee at a VA medical facility prior to graduation (not required for Residency applicants). Complete application packet includes: - Statement of Purpose (1-2 pages on why you are applying for the position) - Resume - Transcripts (may be unofficial) from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended - 3 Letters of Recommendation- one must be from the chair of the masters progra?m - OF612 form.

APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ON-LINE AT: http://www.usajobs.gov/getjob/ViewDetails/311370800

 

Term: One Year with a second year negotiable
Description/Structure:

The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System Administrative Fellowship/Residency is designed to provide trainees with hands-on experience in healthcare management in a highly academic affiliated medical center. Fellows will complete rotations through various departments with additional rotations to other Network medical centers, VA Central Office, and other organizations. Fellows will also participate on medical center committees and performance improvement teams to gain familiarity and knowledge about hospital operations and strategic planning. Fellows will be assigned projects ranging from program reviews, financial analyses, performance improvement, strategic planning, and policy development and implementation. Fellows will also participate in leadership activities and special events occurring throughout the medical center. Fellows will be mentored by the Medical Center Director.


Application deadline: 03/22/2012
Selection announcement date: May 2012
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: Department of Veteran Affairs-Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
3601 S. 6th Ave,
Attn: HR/9-05ekm
Tucson, AZ 85723
Attn: Kathy Morgan, Human Resources Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Graduate Healthcare Administration Training Program (GHATP)(1)
Qualifications:

Requirements for Fellowship/Residency applicants: a)Must be a U.S Citizen; b)CURRENTLY enrolled in, and graduating from, a CAHME (formerly ACEHSA) or CEPH accredited college in a graduate administrative healthcare program, e.g.: Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Health Service Administration (MHSA), Master of Public Health (MPH) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA). MBA applicants must have health care related coursework. H c.) Candidate must not have done a residency prior to completion of degree. Interview and appointment must take place while applicants are still in degree program. Once student accepts a fellowship offer, they must complete 40 hours of training as a Without Compensation (WOC) employee at a VA medical facility prior to graduation (not required for Residency applicants). Complete application packet includes: - Statement of Purpose (1-2 pages on why you are applying for the position) - Resume - Transcripts (may be unofficial) from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended - 3 Letters of Recommendation- one must be from the chair of the masters program - OF612 form. This form can be found at Http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/of612.pdf

APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ON-LINE AT: http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?OPMControl=2159823

Term: One Year with a second year negotiable
Description/Structure:

The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System Administrative Fellowship/Residency is designed to provide trainees with hands-on experience in healthcare management in a highly academic affiliated medical center. Fellows will complete rotations through various departments with additional rotations to other Network medical centers, VA Central Office, and other organizations. Fellows will also participate on medical center committees and performance improvement teams to gain familiarity and knowledge about hospital operations and strategic planning. Fellows will be assigned projects ranging from program reviews, financial analyses, performance improvement, strategic planning, and policy development and implementation. Fellows will also participate in leadership activities and special events occurring throughout the medical center. Fellows will be mentored by the Medical Center Director.


Application deadline: 03/15/2011
Selection announcement date: May 2011
Start date: July 2011

  Grandview Terrace
Organization and Address: Grandview Terrace
14515 W. Granite Valley Dr

Suncity West, AZ 85375
Attn: Bhakti Gosalia, Executive Director
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA or equivalent from accredited graduate program for individuals interested in working with seniors for promoting successful aging and wellness as individual age in place (Post acute and preventive care programs). Person interested in professional opportunity to work with seniors in active adult community, rehab and post acute care centers, assisted living, memory and dementia care as well as long term health care would enjoy the learning experience.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: Individual will work with dynamic leadership team with as many as three Continues Care Retirement Communities. Learn about health care regulations, survey process, market research on needs of seniors, developing programs and communities to meet the needs of retires, planning / implanting strategies to meet the mission / vision of the organization. Visit www.roskampsunhealthaz.com to learn about the communities.
Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: *Info Not Available Online

  Mayo Clinic - Arizona
Organization and Address: Mayo Clinic - Arizona
13400 East Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85259-5404
Attn: Jane Macken, Human Resources
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program (AFP)(0)
Qualifications:

Basic Qualifications: Masters degree (or in pursuit of, with course completion anticipated prior to July 2011 start date)  from an accredited program.  Experience within the health care industry, such as internships, preceptorship, fellowships, or employment is required.

Other Qualifications: Masters degree preferred in healthcare administration, business administration, public health, health services administration, or related field. Mayo considers candidates best-suited for the Administrative Fellowship Program to be highly motivated individuals. The position requires strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with all levels of employees. Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of constituents is required. Application instructions and additional information please click here: Administrative Fellowship Program. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Term: two years
Description/Structure:

The Mayo Clinic Fellowship Program (AFP) is a postgraduate fellowship that fosters the development of outstanding individuals committed to careers in health care administration. For over 25 years, Mayo Clinic's AFP has provided participants with practical experience through a broad variety of administrative rotations.

We have resumed recruitment for the Administrative Fellowship Program and will accept applications for 2011 fellows starting Aug. 2, 2010.

For application instructions, please visit: http://www.mayoclinic.org/afp/application.html


Application deadline: 10/01/2010
Selection announcement date: November 2010
Start date: July 2011

Organization and Address: Mayo Clinic - Arizona
13400 East Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85259-5404
Attn: Nicole Gushulak, Human Resources
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program (AFP)(Multiple)
Qualifications: Mayo considers candidates best-suited for the Administrative Fellowship Program to be highly motivated individuals with a Master's degree in healthcare administration, business administration, public health or health services administration, or related degree from an accredited program. Qualified candidates will also have experience within the health care industry, such as internships, preceptorship, fellowships, or applicable employment. For more information, please see: http://www.mayoclinic.org/afp/
Term: Two years
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship Program is a two-year learning experience designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in healthcare administration. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities within Mayo Clinic. Individual participants make significant contributions to administrative work throughout the organization. These contributions range from project and task force work to role assignments. Typically, the two-year program begins in July of each year. The program consists of six to eight rotations in areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Systems and Procedures, Research, Education, and Operations. Administrative Fellows may be based in Jacksonville, Rochester or Scottsdale/Phoenix and are encouraged to have a three-month rotation at a site other than their base site. To apply, please visit: http://www.mayoclinic.org/afp and refer to job posting #21654.
Application deadline: 10/22/2008
Selection announcement date: January 2009
Start date: June/July 2009

  Scottsdale Healthcare
Organization and Address: Scottsdale Healthcare
7400 E. Osborn Rd

Scottsdale, AZ 85259
Attn: Jody Henderson, PHR, Recruitment Supervisor
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Basic Education: Master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Accredited Program, MBA, Public Health, or degree equivalent to these studies.

Basic Experience: 1 year of healthcare related experience

Preferred Education: Master's degree in Healthcare Administration

Preferred Experience: 2-3 years in healthcare field

Skills: 1. Communication and interpersonal skills for frequent contacts with internal customers.

           2. High level of analytical and problem-solving skills

           3. Project management skills

           4. A mastery of a variety of communications modalities is required to include leading meetings, making formal presentations and writing complex documents.

Term: 1-2 year
Description/Structure:

Scottsdale Healthcare is a not-for-profit integrated delivery network located in Scottsdale, AZ. Comprised of 3 hospital campuses, Scottsdale Healthcare also offers outpatient surgery centers, home health services, and a wide range of community health education and outreach services. Not to mention clinical and research services not typically found in community healthcare systems.

For information on Scottsdale Healthcare, please visit our website: www.shc.org

The one-year (12 month) program is coordinated under the direction of Senior Vice President and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by members of the SHC Executive Management Team. Project-based in nature, the fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills and the opportunity to translate academic theory into practice. There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the SHC leadership team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes through interaction and observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Board of Directors Meetings, and facility rounding.

Interested candidates will be able to submit an on-line application through Scottsdale Healthcare’s website as of January, 2013.

To submit an on-line application, please visit jobs.shc.org, click on “SHC JOBS” and look for the posting titled “Administrative Fellow”.

The application review process will begin in January 2013. Only applications received through the SHC website will be reviewed for consideration.

Current Administrative Fellow: Brian A. Walker, MHA Email:brwalker@shc.org                                                


Application deadline: 01/31/2013
Selection announcement date: 04/15/2013
Start date: On or about July 1, 2013

  Scottsdale Healthcare Recruitment
Organization and Address: Scottsdale Healthcare Recruitment
9201 E. Mountain View
100
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Attn: Jody Henderson, Supervisor, Recruitment
Title and Number of Positions: Scottsdale Healthcare Adminstrative Fellow(1)
Qualifications:

Master’s degree in healthcare administration, business administration, public health or a degree equivalent to these studies

1 year of healthcare related experience

Prefer - Master's Degree in healthcare administration with 2 -3 yeears expereince in the healthcare field

Term: 1 year with an option to extend to 2 years
Description/Structure:

Administrative Fellow

Program Description

The Scottsdale Healthcare (SHC) Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship program in health services management provides an opportunity for a recent master’s prepared graduate from an accredited program in health administration (MHA), public health (MPH), business administration (MBA) or a degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies to develop leadership potential, gain valuable project management skills and build valuable professional experiences and relationships within the SHC organization and larger community as a whole. The one-year (12 month) with an option to extend a 2nd year program is coordinated under the direction of Senior Vice President and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by members of the SHC Executive Management Team. The SHC leadership team understands the dynamic challenges of the healthcare industry, the importance of supporting the field of healthcare management and the importance of training the next generation of healthcare leaders and therefore places great interest and dedication into developing aspiring talent.

Project-based in nature, the fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills and the opportunity to translate academic theory into practice. There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the SHC leadership team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes through interaction and observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Board of Directors Meetings, and facility rounding.

Fellowship Objectives include, but are not limited to: gain relevant work experience that effectively complements academic coursework and provides the fellow with expanded understanding of hospital and health system operations; organizational, managerial, and analytical skills; develop and understanding of the SHC structure; active participation in senior-level meetings and task force groups; gain a broad understanding of SHC, as well as specific expertise through participation in rotations, meetings  with organizational leaders and the completion of relevant and challenging projects; and meet with the fellowship preceptor on a bi-weekly or as-needed basis in order to keep the preceptor advised of the fellowship progress and to allow and enhance continuing education of the Fellow. It is also assumed that these meetings will be used to resolve any issues that may have arisen with respect to the fellowship program.

 

Key responsibilities include the following: 

1. Assists with the development and implementation of business growth plans

2. Performs high-level financial and operational analysis of high-impact business and develops and manages work plans for new business opportunities

3.Conducts tactical, financial, statistical, operational and other analyses to assess benefits and impacts of management decisions and proposals

4. Assists in system performance improvement studies and presents recommendations

5. Completes special projects as delegated by various administrators

6. Completes administrative rotation and attends various Administrative Medical Staff meetings

7. Prepares reports and summaries of activities for Executives

8. Enhances professional expertise by attending professional seminars and workshops

9. Helps to develop customer service initiatives (analysis of customer satisfaction data or market research, development of appropriate programs, develops action plans, manages initiatives)

 10. Performs additional duties as required

 

Skills required:

 1. Communication and interpersonal skills for frequent contacts with internal customers, including medical and management personnel, as well as stakeholders external to SHC to persuade or negotiate on a wide range of subjects in situations which may be controversial and/or sensitive. A mastery of a variety of communications modalities is required to include leading meetings, making formal presentations and writing complex documents.

 

2. High level of analytical and problem-solving skills including ability to research market conditions, develop assessment methods, assemble complex and varied information and apply innovative approaches to developing and implementing strategic plans and programs.

3. Project management skills including the ability to define program, project, or process objectives, identify stakeholders and their interests, plan steps, coordinate and allocate human, technological and fiscal resources to accomplish goals and objectives in a resourceful yet timely manner.

                                              Established Goals for the Fellowship Year

1. Papers:

The fellow will be asked to write papers throughout the course of the fellowship. The papers will be turned in to the SVP. The purpose is to initiate dialog, enhance the mentorship relationship and the fellow’s professional growth. The topics of the papers are as follows:

  • Expectations of the Year
  • Professional Values (Part I) – What values are important to you?
  • Professional Vales (Part II) – Near completion of your administrative fellowship, are your values still the same or have they changed? If so, how have they changed? Site specific examples that reinforce or refute the importance of the values you have discussed in your papers

Comments:

 

2. Journal:

The fellow will be required to keep a journal. Each week the fellow will be asked to write about something they learned that can be tied back to something learned in school OR they may elect to discuss a question that they can challenge themselves with. Once a month the fellow will be asked to select an entry to share with the SVP Direct Reports.

Comments:

 

3. Journal Club:

As a recent graduate from an accredited degree program, it is expected that the fellow will remain current with trends and innovations in the healthcare field. Periodically the fellow will be asked to select an article or book of interest and relevance, and provide a 30-minute presentation to the Executive Management team. Occasionally the fellow will assist an Executive in preparing similar presentations. Feedback will be provided on presentation skills and content.

Comments:

 

4. Projects:

A substantial portion of the fellow’s time will be spent putting organizational theory into practice through work on team or independent projects of high priority to the organization. Projects are designed to provide hands-on experience to enhance the fellow’s specific knowledge of a concept or an area important to the operations of the organization. The fellow is encouraged to participate in project selections based on interests and career development goals. Exposure to projects outside of SHC may be arranged with various contacts in the community.

Comments:

 

5. Individual Meetings:

During the first 60 days of employment the fellow will be required to meet individually with various leaders throughout the organization, which shall include but not be limited to Executive Management Team members, directors, Medical Staff elected leaders and other suggested physicians and board members.

Comments:

 

 

 

6. Organizational Meetings:

The fellow shall attend organizational meetings to increase administrative, managerial, organizational, and critical thinking skills as well as knowledge of the organization through active participation.

Comments:

 


Application deadline: 03/14/2012
Selection announcement date: First part of June
Start date: July 1st to August 1

  Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network
Organization and Address: Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network
9003 E Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Attn: Aimee Heckenlaible, Senior Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Basic Education: Master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Accredited Program, MBA, Public Health, or degree equivalent to these studies.

Basic Experience: 1 year of healthcare related experience

Preferred Education: Master's degree in Healthcare Administration

Preferred Experience: 2-3 years in healthcare field

Skills:

  • Communication and interpersonal skills for frequent contacts with internal customers.
  • High level of analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Project management skills
  • A mastery of a variety of communications modalities is required to include leading meetings, making formal presentations and writing complex documents.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network (SLHN) is a newly formed affiliated integrated delivery network.  The one-year (12 month) program is coordinated under the direction of Senior Vice President and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by members of the SLHN Executive Management Team. Project-based in nature, the fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills and the opportunity to translate academic theory into practice. There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the SLHN leadership team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes through interaction and observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Board of Directors Meetings, and facility rounding.

Scottsdale Healthcare is a not-for-profit integrated delivery network located in Scottsdale, AZ. Comprised of 3 hospital campuses, Scottsdale Healthcare also offers outpatient surgery centers, home health services, and a wide range of community health education and outreach services. Not to mention clinical and research services not typically found in community healthcare systems.  Scotsdale Healthcare is part of the Scotsdale Lincoln Health Network.

For information on Scottsdale Healthcare, please visit our website: www.shc.org

John C. Lincoln Health Network is an acclaimed health system that includes two hospitals, physician practices, community outreach programs and the John C. Lincoln Health Foundation. Our physicians and staff use state-of-the-art medical technology and innovative approaches to achieve superior clinical outcomes and patient experiences.

For information on John C. Lincoln Health Network please visit www.jcl.com

 

** Interested candidates will be able to submit an on-line application through Scottsdale Healthcare’s website as of January 14th, 2014 **

To submit an on-line application, please visit jobs.shc.org, click on “SHC JOBS” and look for the posting titled “Administrative Fellow”.

For those that are selected for an interview Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network will be requiring your most recent transcripts from your graduate program and two (2) letters of recommendation (one professional and one academic).

The application review process will begin in January 2014. Only applications received through the SHC website will be reviewed for consideration.  This is a post-graduate opportunity. Applicants can apply starting 1/14/14

Current Administrative Fellow: Molly Lack, MHSA

Email: mlack@shc.org                                             


Application deadline: 01/31/2014
Selection announcement date: 04/18/2014
Start date: 06/30/2014

Organization and Address: Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network
9003 E Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Attn: Aimee Heckenlaible, Senior Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

Basic Education: Master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Accredited Program, MBA, Public Health, or degree equivalent to these studies.

 

Basic Experience: 1 year of healthcare related experience

 

Preferred Education: Post-graduate of a Master's degree in Healthcare Administration before July 1st start date

 

Preferred Experience: 2-3 years in healthcare field

 

Skills:

  • Advanced communication and interpersonal skills for frequent contacts with internal customers.
  • High level of analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Project management skills
  • A mastery of a variety of communications modalities is required to include leading meetings, making   formal presentations and writing complex documents.
  • Strong level of expertise with Microsoft Office Suite 

 

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Mission

To improve the health and well-being of those we serve.

 

Vision

To be the partner of choice as we transform healthcare for our communities.

 

Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network (SLHN) is a newly formed affiliated integrated delivery network comprised of two of the Valley’s most respected locally-based non-profit health systems. Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln have joined forces to create the healthcare organization of the future. Comprised of 5 hospital campuses, SLHN also offers outpatient surgery centers, physician practices, home health services, wide community health education and outreach services provided by the SLHN Foundation. Not to mention clinical and research services not typically found in community healthcare systems. Together, we are well positioned to meet the new demands of national healthcare reform and improve the health of the communities we serve with the most personalized care. Our shared vision is to become a fully integrated, locally controlled, world-class non-profit health system that works effectively to improve our community’s health. The organization shares a single Mission, Vision and Values that builds on the legacies of both organizations and points us to the future where we will work together to care for Arizona.

The one-year (12 month) program is coordinated under the direction of Senior Vice Presidents and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by members of the SLHN Executive Management Team. Project-based in nature, the fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills and the opportunity to translate academic theory into practice. There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the SLHN leadership team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes through interaction and observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Board of Directors Meetings, and facility rounding.

 

 For information on Scottsdale Healthcare, please visit our website: www.shc.org

 

For information on John C. Lincoln Health Network please visit www.jcl.com

 

*The application review process will begin in January of 2015*

Interested candidates will be able to submit an on-line application through Scottsdale Healthcare’s and John C. Lincoln websites as of January, 2015. 

To submit an on-line application, please visit jobs.shc.org or jcl.com/jobs

The application review process will begin in January 2015. Only applications received through the SHC and JCL website will be reviewed for consideration.  This is a post-graduate administrative fellowship.

For program information contact current Administrative Fellows: Aaron Kam and Tyler York

Email: akam@shc.org or tyler.york@jcl.com 

Selection announcement date: TBD

 

Program Start date: July 1st, 2015

 


Application deadline: 01/31/2015
Selection announcement date: TBD
Start date: 07/01/2015

Arkansas  TOP
  Arkansas Children's Hospital
Organization and Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital
1 Children's Way

Little Rock, AR 72205
Attn: David Berry, FACHE, Senior Vice President / Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Fellowship in Health Care Administration(1)
Qualifications:

Arkansas Children's Hospital is looking for qualified candidates
interested in Health Care Management and Administration. Applicants must be a
U.S. citizen and must possess (or have obtained by the start date) a Master's
Degree in Healthcare Administration, Health Services Administration,
or Business Administration, from an accredited graduate program. 

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Description:

Arkansas Children’s Hospital is the only pediatric medical center
in Arkansas and one of the largest in the United States serving children from
birth to age 21. The campus spans 32 city blocks and houses 370 beds, a staff
of approximately 500 physicians, 350 residents in pediatrics and pediatric
specialties and more than 4,200 employees. The private, nonprofit healthcare
facility boasts an internationally renowned reputation for medical
breakthroughs and intensive treatments, unique surgical procedures and forward-thinking medical research - all dedicated to fulfilling our mission of enhancing, sustaining and restoring children’s health and development.


Structure:

One year post-graduate training program in pediatric health
services administration. Training program includes rotations through all
operational and clinical departments, as well as assigned projects. Additional
rotations may include the ACH Foundation and Research Institute, as well as
other health care related community based organizations.


Submission Requirements: All materials must be received (not postmarked) by September 15, 2014.

Application Process (2 Steps):

Step 1:

Step 2: 

All interested applicants must submit a hard copy packet to include the following:

  • a current résumé
  • a one-page personal statement which outlines the rationale behind your decision to enter a career in healthcare and why the applicant is specifically interested in pursuing a fellowship at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
  • a sealed copy of applicant's graduate school transcript
  • 3 letters of recommendation.  The recommendation letters should include (1) academic, (1) professional and (1) personal letter of recommendation  in sealed envelopes.

Mail the complete packet to:

David Berry, SVP / COO

Arkansas Children's Hospital

1 Children's Way

Slot:301

Little Rock, Arkansas 72202


Application deadline: 09/15/2014
Selection announcement date: 11/01/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

  Arkansas Children's Hospital
Organization and Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital
1 Children's Way

Little Rock, AR 72202
Attn: Debby Keene, Corporate Compliance Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:
  • Master's Degree from an accredited program in Health Services Management or Hospital Administration.
Term: One year
Description/Structure:

Arkansas Children’s Hospital is the only pediatric medical center in Arkansas and one of the largest in the United States serving children from birth to age 21. The campus spans 29 city blocks and houses 316 beds, a staff of approximately 500 physicians, 80 residents in pediatrics and pediatric specialties and more than 4,200 employees. The private, nonprofit healthcare facility boasts an internationally renowned reputation for medical breakthroughs and intensive treatments, unique surgical procedures and forward-thinking medical research - all dedicated to fulfilling our mission of enhancing, sustaining and restoring children’s health and development. ACH is named one of U.S. News & World Report’s best pediatric hospitals and is also ranked No. 85 on the 2008 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For®.

One year post-graduate training program in pediatric health services administration. Training program includes rotations through all operational and clinical departments, as well as assigned projects. Additional rotations may include the ACH Foundation and Research Institute, as well as other health care related community based organizations.

Please submit the following:

  1. Two letters of reference. (One academic and one professional)
  2. Statement of Purpose (not to exceed one page)
  3. Resume
  4. Address and telephone number where you can be reached during the month of October 2010

Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: July 1, 2011

  Arkansas Children's Hospital
Organization and Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital
800 Marshall Street
681
Little Rock, AR 72116
Attn: Debby Keene, Director Corporate Compliance
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Master of Healthcare Administration, Master of Business Administration, or Master of Public Health programs, or Master in a Health related field.

Term: 1
Description/Structure:

Training program includes rotations through all operational and clinical departments, as well as assigned projects. Additional rotations may include the ACH Foundation and Research Institute, as well as other health care related community based organizations.


Application deadline: 11/15/2009
Selection announcement date: 02/15/2010
Start date: 07/01/2010

Organization and Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital
1 Children's Way
Slot #681
Little Rock, AR 72202
Attn: Debby Keene, Director Corporate Compliance
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Master of Healthcare Administration, Master of Business Administration, or Master of Public Health programs, or Master in a Health related field.

Term: 1
Description/Structure:

Training program includes rotations through all operational and clinical departments, as well as assigned projects. Additional rotations may include the ACH Foundation and Research Institute, as well as other health care related community based organizations.


Application deadline: 11/15/2009
Selection announcement date: 02/15/2010
Start date: 07/01/2010

  Mercy - Fort Smith
Organization and Address: Mercy - Fort Smith
4307 Rogers Ave.
Attn: Teresa Nichols, HR
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Attn: Teresa Nichols, 479-314-6111
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:
  • Be a post graduate (prior to the July 1st fellowship hire date) of an MBA/MHA program from an accredited university
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.5 out of a 4.0 scale
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Have excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Have excellent data analysis and interpretation skills

Apply online at www.mercy.net/careers AND submit Application Packet with all required documents; all materials are required to be considered:

  • Cover Letter                                  
  • Resume
  • Three signed and sealed Letters of Recommendation (one from a professional contact, one from a non-family member and one other of the candidate’s choice.  The recommendations must know the candidate well and be able to speak to the candidate’s character)
  • Personal statement of professional goals and expectations of the fellowship.  Please limit to one page.
  • Sealed Undergraduate and Graduate Transcripts

All of the above materials are to be submitted in one packet and sent to Teresa Nichols, Mercy – Fort Smith, 7301 Rogers Ave., Fort Smith, AR 72903

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Mercy Post-Graduate Administrative Fellowship provides foundational experience in the area of executive healthcare leadership within an integrated health care system. This position will expose the Fellow to various approaches to healthcare leadership and will allow development of personal skills, as well as gaining experiences necessary to enhance leadership capacities.  This postgraduate opportunity aims to prepare the individual for future healthcare leadership roles with an emphasis on the Mercy mission, vision, values integration and leadership philosophy.  In addition, exposure to a variety of areas in order to learn the operations, strategy, and governance of the organization is a vital part of this position.  

The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Participate in departmental rotations in Mercy Hospital, Mercy Clinic, and Mercy’s ministry office
  • Participate in leadership shadowing, to include attendance in executive meetings, with leaders in Mercy Hospital, Clinic, and ministry office
  • Participate in and complete various local, community/regional, and ministry wide projects for Mercy Hospital, Clinic, and ministry office
  • Participate as a member of at least one strategic committee or task force
  • Meet on a regular basis with executive preceptor (who serves as the fellow’s mentor and whom the fellow is assigned to), reporting progress on goals and objectives, receiving mentorship and guidance, and update rotation schedule as appropriate
  • Participate in volunteer and civic opportunities as appropriate
  • Have daily interaction with hospital Administrative Teams, Department Leaders, physicians and staff members.

Our Mission: As the Sisters of Mercy before us, we bring to life the healing ministry of Jesus through our compassionate care and exceptional service. 

Our Vision: We are the people of Mercy Health Ministry.  Together we are pioneering a new model of care.  We will relentlessly pursue our goal to get health care right.  Everywhere and every way that Mercy serves, we will deliver a transformative health experience.

Mercy Health is a faith-based organization entrusted by the Sisters of Mercy to continue the health ministry of responding to the needs of those around us.  Mercy Health is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri and is the sixth largest Catholic Health System in the United States and the largest multi-state provider in the Midwest. Nationally Mercy Health is comprised of 32 acute care hospitals, 3 heart hospitals, and 2 children’s hospitals, 200 physician locations, 38,000 co-workers, and 1,900 integrated physicians in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.  Mercy also has outreach ministries in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. 

As a 336-bed acute care hospital in Fort Smith, AR, Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith has more than a 100-year history of providing care to all who need it.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith is focused on building a better health care experience for you and your family with a dedicated team of health care professionals, innovative technology and new services.  Fort Smith serves as a hub for other smaller Mercy facilities located in Waldron, Paris and Ozark, Arkansas.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith includes an outpatient center with diagnostic and outpatient testing and surgery services, a women’s center providing neonatology, OB anesthesia, and labor/delivery services, and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit.  The Hembree Cancer Center serves patients with a comprehensive approach to treatment including the latest in radiation therapy.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith employs 1600 co-workers, with 96 integrated physicians and 250 physician clinic co-workers.   


Application deadline: 07/11/2014
Selection announcement date: 09/10/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

  Mercy Hospital Fort Smith - attn: Teresa Nichols, HR
Organization and Address: Mercy Hospital Fort Smith - attn: Teresa Nichols, HR
7301 Rogers Avenue

Fort Smith, AR 72903
Attn: Teresa Nichols, Senior Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Post Graduate Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:
  • Be a post graduate (prior to the July 1st fellowship hire date) of an MBA/MHA program from an accredited university
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.5 out of a 4.0 scale
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Have excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Have excellent data analysis and interpretation skills

Apply online at www.mercy.net/careers AND submit application packet with required materials.  All materials are required to be considered:

  • Cover Letter                              
  • Resume
  • Three signed and sealed Letters of Recommendation (one from a professional contact, one from a non-family member and one other of the candidate’s choice.  The recommendations must know the candidate well and be able to speak to the candidate’s character)
  • Personal statement of professional goals and expectations of the fellowship.  Please limit to one page.
  • Sealed Undergraduate and Graduate Transcripts

All of the above materials are to be submitted in one packet and sent to: Teresa Nichols, Human Resources, Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith, 7301 Rogers Ave, Fort Smith, AR 72903

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Mercy Post-Graduate Administrative Fellowship provides foundational experience in the area of executive healthcare leadership within an integrated health care system. This position will expose the Fellow to various approaches to healthcare leadership and will allow development of personal skills, as well as gaining experiences necessary to enhance leadership capacities.  This postgraduate opportunity aims to prepare the individual for future healthcare leadership roles with an emphasis on the Mercy mission, vision, values integration and leadership philosophy.  In addition, exposure to a variety of areas in order to learn the operations, strategy, and governance of the organization is a vital part of this position.  

The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Participate in departmental rotations in Mercy Hospital, Mercy Clinic, and Mercy’s ministry office
  • Participate in leadership shadowing, to include attendance in executive meetings, with leaders in Mercy Hospital, Clinic, and ministry office
  • Participate in and complete various local, community/regional, and ministry wide projects for Mercy Hospital, Clinic, and ministry office
  • Participate as a member of at least one strategic committee or task force
  • Meet on a regular basis with executive preceptor (who serves as the fellow’s mentor and whom the fellow is assigned to), reporting progress on goals and objectives, receiving mentorship and guidance, and update rotation schedule as appropriate
  • Participate in volunteer and civic opportunities as appropriate
  • Have daily interaction with hospital Administrative Teams, Department Leaders, physicians and staff members.

As a 336-bed acute care hospital in Fort Smith, AR, Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith has more than a 100-year history of providing care to all who need it.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith is focused on building a better health care experience for you and your family with a dedicated team of health care professionals, innovative technology and new services.  Fort Smith serves as a hub for other smaller Mercy facilities located in Waldron, Paris and Ozark, Arkansas.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith includes an outpatient center with diagnostic and outpatient testing and surgery services, a women’s center providing neonatology, OB anesthesia, and labor/delivery services, and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit.  The Hembree Cancer Center serves patients with a comprehensive approach to treatment including the latest in radiation therapy.  Mercy Hospital-Fort Smith employs 1600 co-workers, with 96 integrated physicians and 250 physician clinic co-workers.   www.mercy.net/fortsmithar


Application deadline: 09/23/2013
Selection announcement date: 11/01/2013
Start date: 07/01/2014

California  TOP
  VA San Diego Healthcare System
Organization and Address: VA San Diego Healthcare System
3350 La Jolla Village Drive

San Diego, CA 92161
Attn: Wade Ebersole, Senior Staff Assistant to the Director
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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

To Apply:

Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, a one-two page personal statement and a copy of their graduate transcript. Prior to a fellowship appointment, incumbents will be required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work at any VA healthcare facility before graduation.  If the applicant is schedule to graduate prior to the application deadline please include the anticipation graduation date with the application package.

Please send the required information to the attention of Wade Ebersole (OOA) at the address provided.  Or the applicant can email the information to Wade.Ebersole2@va.gov.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

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.   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. 


Application deadline: 01/01/2013
Selection announcement date: 02/03/2013
Start date: Summer 2013

  Amir Dan Rubin, COO - UCLA Health System
Organization and Address: Amir Dan Rubin, COO - UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza
Suite 1320
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Amir Dan Rubin, COO
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an, MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, simply submit a statement of purpose, resume/cv, graduate school transcripts and two letters of recommendation by October 15, 2010. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application. Please note: this is a tremendous opportunity, but it will only be offered to one final candidate, so be sure to send your application soon. And we wish you the best of luck.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

 

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Healthcare. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a Post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.

For more information on this program, please visit our website at:

http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA.

Please submit application materials to: Administrative Fellowship Program, Attn: Amir Dan Rubin, COO, UCLA Health System, 757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 1320, Los Angeles, CA 90095.

In addition to submitting all materials mentioned directly above, please complete an online application
http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu and reference Job Code H52921. Completion of this application is mandatory for consideration. E-mail inquiries can be directed to: Marina Sheinberg at MSheinberg@mednet.ucla.edu.  EOE.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: TBD
Start date: TBD

  ARAMARK Healthcare
Organization and Address: ARAMARK Healthcare
Please contact Anthony Stanowski
-
Los Angeles, CA 90001
Attn: Anthony Stanowski, Vice President Industry Relations
Title and Number of Positions: ARAMARK Healthcare Fellowship for Clinical Support Services(Please see below near the "Application Deadline")
Qualifications:

- A graduate or in final year of academic coursework for a master’s degree, with a B average (3.0 or higher on a 4-point scale) in one of the following disciplines:
– MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration
– Master’s in Healthcare Administration
– Master’s in Health Services Administration
– Master’s of Public Health

Fellowship candidates will be evaluated against the following criteria:
- Ability to contribute to the activities of ARAMARK Healthcare and the field of health services administration
– Proven academic excellence
– Demonstrated written and oral communication skills
– Organizational ability
– Commitment to community services

Term: one year
Description/Structure:

To download an application, or learn more, go to http://www.aramarkcareers.com. Please reference job number 51684.

Fellows will be placed at ARAMARK partner facilities, and will report to a hospital preceptor. 

FELLOWSHIP COMPONENTS Individual Fellowship Plan
The fellow, host hospital preceptor, and ARAMARK Healthcare representatives will create an Individual Fellowship Plan to include specific organizational tasks and projects, readings, and other relevant assignments to support the fellow’s professional development. This plan is designed to provide sufficient structure, content, and methods of learning linked to the targeted knowledge and skills. Departmental Meeting Rotations Fellows will rotate among departments within the partner hospital and are expected to meet a variety of department heads to learn the inner workings of the hospital. In addition, fellows will be exposed to a variety of committee meetings at the host hospital such as Board meetings, Executive Committee meetings,Medical Staff Committee meetings, and departmental meetings. Governance and Policy Formulations The fellowship will include substantial exposure to the organization governance. Resource allocation, operating dynamics, and policy making will be explored extensively. Corporate Management Fellows will participate in quarterly meetings to include peer fellows and ARAMARK Healthcare executives. These meetings will review the fellowship experience and provide exposure to corporate management. Diversity Training Diversity training will be provided through ARAMARK Healthcare with support from the Institute for Diversity in Health Management. Capstone Project Each fellow is expected to complete one major project that has implications to improve the measurement, assurance, or enhancement of quality within one or more of ARAMARK Healthcare food, facility, and clinical technology services and the host hospital. The fellow will share the results of this project work when meeting with peers and with colleagues. Each fellow’s capstone project will be designed with the expectation that upon completion the results could be published in a professional journal or highlighted in a poster presentation such as the Innovations Poster Session at American College of Healthcare Executives’ annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership.

PROGRAM COMPENSATION The ARAMARK Healthcare Administrative Fellowship for Clinical Support Services will have a compensation package of $44,500.00 salary for the duration of the 12 month program. No relocation will be provided. Fellows will receive benefits that are comparable to those of ARAMARK Healthcare employees.

ARAMARK is funding six fellowships across the United States. Sites have not been confirmed to date. If you are interested in the Los Angeles location, please mention this on your application.


Application deadline: 10/16/2009
Selection announcement date: 01/29/2010
Start date: 07/01/2010

  Catholic Healthcare West
Organization and Address: Catholic Healthcare West
185 Berry Street
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94107-1773
Attn: Cherie Kunold, Director, Diversity and Organization Development
Title and Number of Positions: Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: Participation in the CHW Fellowship Program is highly competitive. As such, CHW seeks individuals who closely align with the mission, vision, and values of the organization. In order to qualify, interested candidates must be in their last year of a graduate program, pursuing an MHA, MBA, or equivalent from an accredited program. Prior healthcare industry experience is preferred. Application Materials include: Application · Cover letter · Resume · Three letters of recommendation · A two-page essay Further details are available on our website www.chwhealth.org/fellowship.
Term: one year
Description/Structure: As part of our commitment to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) is please to announce the 2008 CHW Fellowship Program. The Fellowship is typically a twelve-month rotational program including six months at a CHW Corporate Office and six months at a CHW acute care facility. The objective of the program is to prepare highly-motivated and talented individuals with the skills and experiences that will serve as the foundation for a successful healthcare career. Throughout the Fellowship Program, Fellows formally and informally interact with a wide range of CHW personnel, including corporate executives, hospital presidents, and hospital staff. In addition, Fellows have unique access and insight into senior decision-making and board activities. Through participation in these and other major meetings the Fellow will be able to garner skills in decision-making, conflict resolution, negotiation and business acumen. Fellows assume increasing levels of responsibility throughout the year as projects are assigned by the Fellow’s Executive Sponsor. These projects are designed to provide the Fellow with opportunities to develop their leadership, strategic and management skills in a manner that fosters career growth while contributing to the overall mission of the organization.
Application deadline: 10/15/2007
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2007
Start date: 07/01/2008

  Catholic Healthcare West
Organization and Address: Catholic Healthcare West
185 Berry St
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94107-1773
Attn: Cherie Kunold, Director, Diversity and Organization Development
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Started in 1993, the CHW Fellowship offers prospective minority healthcare leaders the opportunity to gain both administrative and operational experience in the healthcare industry. This is a twelve-month rotational program: six months at the CHW Corporate Office in San Francisco, California and six months at a CHW acute care facility. In order to qualify, candidates must be in their last year of the graduate program, pursuing an MHA, MPH, MS, MSN or MBA from an accredited institution. Candidates should have an interest in working for a faith-based provider of healthcare. Prior healthcare industry experience is preferred. To read more about the program, please see the CHW Fellowship 2007 brochure at http://www.chwhealth.org/intradoc-cgi/idc_cgi_isapi.dll?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=5005545. To apply, select the Fellowship Application, complete and return as indicated on the form.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship has two primary components: experiential and observational learning. In the experiential component, the Fellow will work with a preceptor or his/her designees on substantive, hands-on, high level projects. Traditionally the fellow has had the opportunity to work on projects in a variety of areas including, but not limited to: business development, care management, finance, human resources, managed care, mission services, operations, physician management, risk management, strategy, and information and decision support systems. In the observational component, the fellow will have access to senior management and board activities. Through passive, and occasionally active, participation in major meetings the fellow will be able to garner skills in decision-making, conflict resolution, negotiation, and business acumen. In addition to their assigned duties, the fellow will have the opportunity to work build relationships with senior managers throughout the system. These individuals can help to serve as mentors both during and after the completion of the fellowship process.
Application deadline: 10/31/2006
Selection announcement date: Dec 2006
Start date: July 2007

  Catholic Healthcare West
Organization and Address: Catholic Healthcare West
251 South Lake Avenue
7th floor
Pasadena, CA 91101
Attn: Deirdre G. Robinson, MBA, Director, Learning and Organizational Development
Title and Number of Positions: CHW Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

In order to apply, candidates must be in their last year of a graduate program, pursuing an MHA, MPH, MS, MSN or MBA from an accredited institution. Candidates must also have an interest in being part of a faith-based healthcare provider. Prior healthcare industry experience preferred. 

In addition to the candidate’s knowledge of basic financial concepts, MS Office Tools, Quality Improvement Tools, and Operational Problem-solving, candidates will be evaluated on their ability to behaviorally demonstrate and exercise CHW’s Competency Standards for Leadership

Term: Twelve Months
Description/Structure:

The CHW Fellowship Program offers prospective healthcare leaders the opportunity to gain both administrative and operational experience in the healthcare industry. The CHW Fellowship is a twelve-month rotational program: six months at a corporate office and six months at a CHW acute care facility.

Corporate Rotation

The experience at our corporate headquarters will provide valuable observational and networking experience and a comprehensive understanding of the CHW organization. The Fellow will be able to garner skills in decision-making, conflict resolution, negotiation and business acumen.

Acute Care Facility Rotation

Working at one of our facilities will provide the Fellow the opportunity to learn more about the direct operation and management of an acute care facility. The Fellow will work with a preceptor or his/her designees on substantive, hands-on, high level projects. Traditionally, the Fellow has had the opportunity to work on projects in a variety of areas including, but not limited to: business development, finance, human resources, managed care, mission services, physician management, operations, risk management, strategy, and information and decision support systems.

Relationship Building

In addition to their assigned duties, the Fellow will have the opportunity to work on relationship building with senior managers throughout the system. These individuals can help to serve as mentors both during and after the completion of the Fellowship process.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: 12/01/2010
Start date: 07/01/2011

Organization and Address: Catholic Healthcare West
251 South Lake Avenue
7th Floor
Pasadena, CA 91101
Attn: Deirdre G. Robinson, MBA, Corporate Director, Learning and Organizaitonal Development
Title and Number of Positions: CHW Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:
Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:
Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2010
Start date: July 2011

  Catholic Healthcare West/Administrative Fellowship
Organization and Address: Catholic Healthcare West/Administrative Fellowship
c/o Cherie Kunold 185 Berry St
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94107
Attn: Cherie Kunold, Director, Diversity and Organization Development
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be current second-year MHA, MBA, MSN, MHSA or equivalent graduate degree candidates from an accredited program. Completion of degree prior to fellowship start date (July 2007) is required.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship has two primary components: experiential and observational learning. In the experiential component, the Fellow will work with a preceptor or his/her designees on substantive, hands-on, high level projects. Traditionally the fellow has had the opportunity to work on projects in a variety of areas including, but not limited to: business development, care management, finance, human resources, managed care, mission services, operations, physician management, risk management, strategy, and information and decision support systems. In the observational component, the fellow will have access to senior management and board activities. Through passive, and occasionally active, participation in major meetings the fellow will be able to garner skills in decision-making, conflict resolution, negotiation, and business acumen. In addition to their assigned duties, the fellow will have the opportunity to work build relationships with senior managers throughout the system. These individuals can help to serve as mentors both during and after the completion of the fellowship process.
Application deadline: 10/31/2006
Selection announcement date: Dec 2006
Start date: July 2007

  Cedars-Sinai Health System
Organization and Address: Cedars-Sinai Health System
8700 Beverly Boulevard
Suite 2227
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Attn: ,
Title and Number of Positions: ()
Qualifications:
Term:
Description/Structure:
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Organization and Address: Cedars-Sinai Health System
8700 Beverly Boulevard
Suite 2227
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Attn: Tara O'Shea, Director of Operations, Human Resources and Organization Development
Title and Number of Positions: The Cedars-Sinai Administrative Fellowship Program(1)
Qualifications: Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Applicants should provide the following: a current resume; a personal statement (one to two pages) that includes pertinent information such as the applicant's career objective(s), interest in not-for-profit and/or academic medical centers, specific expectations of the program/fellowship and how it fits into the applicant's professional objectives, and the skills that the applicant can offer the organization; four letters of recommendation (2 professional, 2 academic) in signed, sealed envelopes; and an official graduate transcript.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: Cedars-Sinai aims to offer a unique opportunity to expose the fellow to all aspects of academic healthcare administration: clinical care operations, medical staff functions, finance, academics, research and system development including marketing, public relations and strategic planning. Under the direction of the CEO/President and the COO/Senior Vice President for Clinical Care, the fellow serves as a member of the executive management team and will participate in high-level projects, management decision-making processes, strategy development and observation. The fellowship will include a maximum of four rotations including one based solely on the interests and learning objectives of the Fellow. The Fellow will be expected to be an active member of the leadership team within his or her rotation area. Specific projects/assignments are based on both operational needs during the fellow’s tenure and the fellow’s own interests.
Application deadline: 11/01/2008
Selection announcement date: 02/15/2009
Start date: July 2009 (actual start date negotiable)

  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Organization and Address: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Boulevard #2227

Los Angeles, CA 90048
Attn: Tara O'Shea, Director, Academic Human Resources
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative/Leadership Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: The Cedars-Sinai Administrative Fellowship Program is open to graduates of any accredited fulltime Master of Health Administration, Master of Public Health, Master of Business Administration, or Master of Management program from anywhere in the United States.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure: Cedars-Sinai aims to offer a unique opportunity to expose the fellow to all aspects of academic healthcare administration: clinical care operations, medical staff functions, finance, academics, research and system development including marketing/PR and strategic planning. Under the direction of both the CEO and the COO, the fellow serves as a member of the executive management team and will participate in high-level projects, management decision-making processes and strategy development. The fellow will actively participate in projects to develop content-expertise as well as development of verbal, interpersonal, analytical and written skills. Specific projects/assignments are based on projects underway during the fellows tenure at the hospital as well as the fellow’s own interests.
Application deadline: 10/01/2009
Selection announcement date: Mid November 2009
Start date: Summer/Fall 2010

  Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Organization and Address: Children's Hospital Los Angeles
4650 Sunset Blvd. MS#1

Los Angeles, CA 90027
Attn: Strategic Business Innovation,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Requirements

Applicants must be in the process or have obtained their MHA/MHSA, MPH, MBA, or other related healthcare master's degrees.  Applicants with relevant hospital, consulting, and managed care experience will be given preference.

Term: 18 months
Description/Structure:

Overview

Centered in the diverse, urban landscape that is Los Angeles County, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) stands as a national leader in pediatric tertiary and quaternary care.  The Administrative Fellowship at CHLA aims to provide our Fellow a broad range of health care administration experiences both relevant and challenging.  The Fellow will be tasked to lead prioritized organizational initiatives, an approach intended to help the Fellow develop marketable project management, analytical, and interpersonal skills.  Understanding the importance of professional mentorship, the Fellow will also regularly meet with executive and organizational leadership throughout their rotations.  Ultimately, through visible, tangible project work and network development, the Fellowship aims to identify promising candidates for future leadership positions within the organization.

The Fellowship is structured around three unique departmental rotations: business development, finance, and operational improvement.  The rotations aim to give a rounded understanding of organizational settings distinct in their challenges and function within the hospital.  Descriptions of each departmental rotation are as follows:

Strategic Business Innovation

Strategic Business Innovation functions as a project management arm to CHLA’s executive leadership team, focusing on business development and strategic planning.  Projects within SBI can center on a diverse range of novel initiatives, including the growth of its ambulatory care network, analyzing potential strategic relationships, the telehealth program, and other projects as directed by the executive leadership team.

Finance

Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the Fellow’s rotation with Finance can include projects related to the hospital’s revenue cycle and decision support services.  In addition to financial analysis functions, the Fellow may also engage in clinical operation improvement efforts and ICD-10 implementation.

Operations (Ancillary Support Services)

Ancillary Support Services will give the Fellow the opportunity to lead projects within the hospital operations setting, including an array of performance improvement/LEAN initiatives.  As CHLA works to identify opportunities to improve efficiencies on a departmental and organizational level, the Fellow will play a central role in facilitating such efforts.  Key areas of focus will be in Anesthesiology, Critical Care, Radiology, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Supply Chain, and Support Services.

The Fellow’s compensation and benefits package will be competitive, including extending benefits to dependents.  Vacation and sick leave will accrue as a normal full-time employee.

It is our belief the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Administrative Fellowship program offers a tremendous opportunity for demanding, relevant professional development.  To apply, qualified individuals should compile the following materials:

  1. A personal statement addressing your interest and qualifications for the position.  Please also address what you hope to gain and achieve from the Fellowship (2 pages maximum, double spaced).
  2. Resume
  3. Official Graduate School Transcript
  4. One academic and one professional letter of recommendation

The application must be received by January 17th, 2014.

Mail application contents to:

Strategic Business Innovation

Re: Administrative Fellowship

4650 Sunset Blvd., MS#1

Los Angeles, CA  90027

The application packet may also be submitted via email to adminfellowship@chla.usc.edu, though physical copies of original school transcripts are still requested.  Emailed submissions must be received by January 10th, 2014.


Application deadline: 01/17/2014
Selection announcement date: Mar/Apr 2014
Start date: July 2014

  City of Hope
Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Completion of MHA, MBA, or MPH from an accredited (ACEHSA and/or AUPHA) graduate program by the start of the fellowship program; must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident; interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; self-motivated and teamwork-oriented; excellent communication skills, both written and oral; and strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides an individual the opportunity to explore various aspects of management and leadership at a leading NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. The fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations. As a member of the corporate operations team, the fellow as such will attend executive level meetings. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President of Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/04/2005
Selection announcement date: January 2006
Start date: July 2006

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope National Medical Center (COHNMC)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an ACEHSA 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: demonstrate an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral; have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and are team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of health care through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COHNMC, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations and attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President for Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2006
Start date: July 2006

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope National Medical Center (COHNMC)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an 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: demonstrate an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral; have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and are team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COHNMC, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations and attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President for Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2006
Start date: July 2006

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope National Medical Center (COHNMC)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an 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: demonstrate an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral; have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and are team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COHNMC, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations and attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President for Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2007
Start date: July 2007

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope National Medical Center (COHNMC)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an 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: demonstrate an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral; have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and are team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COHNMC, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations and attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President for Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2007
Start date: July 2007

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Glenda Hale, Vice President, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope National Medical Center (COHNMC)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an 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: demonstrate an interest in a patient-centered, research-driven, and business-oriented healthcare organization; possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral; have the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines; be self-motivated and are team-oriented; and possess strong financial analysis skills.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope National Medical Center provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COHNMC, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of medical center operations and attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Vice President for Diagnostics & Therapeutic Services for City of Hope National Medical Center, who is the preceptor for the program, and members of the hospital executive team on substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow.
Application deadline: 11/01/2006
Selection announcement date: January 2007
Start date: July 2007

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 E. Duarte Road
Helford Room 1030H
Duarte, CA 91010-3000
Attn: Jacob White, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: City of Hope(COH)is seeking applicants who will complete their graduate course work from an 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
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to COH, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will also work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/adminfellow. Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Jacob White Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 61108
Application deadline: 11/01/2007
Selection announcement date: December 2007
Start date: July 2008

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Louis Magdits, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: 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
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Louis Magdits Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 65623
Application deadline: 10/24/2008
Selection announcement date: Late November
Start date: July 2009

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Benjamin Calnon, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

The administrative fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Louis Magdits Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 65623


Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Late November
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Benjamin Calnon, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

The administrative fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Louis Magdits Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 65623


Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Nick Lemon, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

The administrative fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Nick Lemon, Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 61108


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: July 2011

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010
Attn: Priscilla Avanessian, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Priscilla Avanessian, Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 61108


Application deadline: 10/14/2011
Selection announcement date: 08/01/2011
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Preston White, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management. As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: Preston White, Administrative Fellow 626-256-4673 ext. 64699


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: July 2013

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Preston White, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellowship at City of Hope provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual interested in working at a highly respected, mission-based medical center and research facility. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational activities and by fostering close working relationships between the fellow and senior management.

As an introduction to City of Hope, the fellow will complete a series of rotations, emphasizing operational, financial, and strategic aspects of the medical center. The fellow will attend executive level meetings as a member of the corporate operations team. The fellow will work closely with the Executive Officer for City of Hope, who is the preceptor for the program. Members of the executive team provide sponsorship on 10 identified Process Cores which comprise substantive and comprehensive project work based on current and strategic initiatives as well as the interests of the fellow. These experiences will provide opportunities for the fellow to develop marketable and effective administrative and communicative skills, as well as build valuable professional relationships within the organization. For application materials, requirements, and further information, please visit:

http://www.cityofhope.org/education/fellowships-residencies/administrative/Pages/home.aspx 

Please submit ONLY the minimum application materials requested. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact: 

Preston White, Administrative Fellow

626-256-4673 ext. 64699

prwhite@coh.org


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: July 2013

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Erin Cheng, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

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 the application timeline and recruitment steps, please refer to our website-

http://www.cityofhope.org/administrative-fellowship-program

 

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

 

Erin Cheng

Administrative Fellow

erincheng@coh.org

626.218.9025

 

Lisa Elkins

Administrative Fellow

lelkins@coh.org

626.218.9026


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: Late October 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Building 51A, Room 114
Duarte, CA 91010-3012
Attn: Stephen Miller, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

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
Description/Structure:

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 the application timeline and recruitment steps, please refer to our website-

http://www.cityofhope.org/administrative-fellowship-program

 

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

Katelyn Kaiser

Administrative Fellow

kkaiser@coh.org

626.218.9026

 

Stephen Miller

Administrative Fellow

stmiller@coh.org

626.218.9025

 

Preston White

Manager, Hospital Operations

prwhite@coh.org

626.256.4673 x64699


Application deadline: 09/19/2014
Selection announcement date: Late October 2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

  Community Medical Centers
Organization and Address: Community Medical Centers
1140 T Street
HR, 1st Floor
Fresno, CA 93721-1413
Attn: Carla H. Milton, Manager, Organizational Development
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: A select number of highly qualified applicants will be interviewed. Candidates must be graduates of a Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) and / or Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) accredited program (e.g. MHA, MPH, MBA, etc.) prior to the start of the applied Fellowship year. In addition, candidates must hold and be able to maintain U.S. legal residency throughout the fellowship year. Candidates should exhibit the following qualities: • Possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral • Have the ability to manage multiple activities, tasks, and projects and meet deadlines • Be self-motivated and team-oriented • Possess strong financial analysis skills • Demonstrate excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Term: 1 Year Commitment, 2nd Year Negotiable
Description/Structure: As a central California health care leader for more than a century, Community Medical Centers (CMC) has a rich history of medical excellence and compassionate care. With more than 6,000 employees and 1,100 physicians, it also is the largest and most comprehensive hospital system in the San Joaquin Valley. CMC is a nonprofit, locally owned health care system that operates four acute-care hospitals and a variety of other health facilities. We provide a full continuum of care from preventive education to outpatient services to intensive hospital treatment to home health. The intent of this Administrative Fellowship program is to provide entry-level experience to graduates of programs in hospital and health care administration. The Fellow will have experience and exposure to the operation and structure of an academic medical center. This project-oriented program is extremely flexible, allowing the Fellow to work in areas and on projects which match the interests of the individual in alignment with organizational needs. The Fellowship Program will also target Fellows who can bring a diverse background to the hospitals. Though the program is not designed to be “rotational” in nature, selection of projects will expose the Fellow to as many departments and in as much depth as the Fellow aspires. Sample projects may include: • Strategic planning • Process improvement initiatives • Cost benefit analysis • Revenue cycle improvements • Access to care • Productivity management utilization studies • Business and program development • Centers of excellence • Diversity • Process flow and work redesign The Operations Management Departments in each facility will be key contributors to ensuring that the operations of each hospital are as effective and efficient as possible by conducting projects designed to improve quality and operating performance, reduce waste and delays and otherwise promote quality and cost improvements throughout each hospital. Interested applicants should submit the following information: 1. A current resume 2. A one-to-two page written statement of interest explaining their qualifications and objectives for the Fellowship, and how the experience will advance their intended career 3. A letter of recommendation from the director of their graduate program 4. A professional letter of recommendation 5. An official transcript from the graduate school Applications should be submitted to: Community Medical Centers 1140 T Street PO Box 1232 Fresno, CA 93715-1232 Contact: Carla Milton, Organizational Development Manager If you have any questions about the application process, feel free to contact us.
Application deadline: 03/15/2007
Selection announcement date: Early May 2007
Start date: 09/01/2007

Organization and Address: Community Medical Centers
1140 T Street
HR, 1st Floor
Fresno, CA 93721-1413
Attn: Carla H. Milton, Manager, Organizational Development
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(6)
Qualifications: A select number of highly qualified applicants will be interviewed. Candidates must be graduates of a Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) and / or Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) accredited program (e.g. MHA, MPH, MBA, etc.) prior to the start of the applied Fellowship year. In addition, candidates must hold and be able to maintain U.S. legal residency throughout the fellowship year. Candidates should exhibit the following qualities: • Possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral • Have the ability to manage multiple activities, tasks, and projects and meet deadlines • Be self-motivated and team-oriented • Possess strong financial analysis skills • Demonstrate excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Term: 1 Year Commitment, 2nd Year Negotiable
Description/Structure: As a central California health care leader for more than a century, Community Medical Centers (CMC) has a rich history of medical excellence and compassionate care. With more than 6,000 employees and 1,100 physicians, it also is the largest and most comprehensive hospital system in the San Joaquin Valley. CMC is a nonprofit, locally owned health care system that operates four acute-care hospitals and a variety of other health facilities. We provide a full continuum of care from preventive education to outpatient services to intensive hospital treatment to home health. The intent of this Administrative Fellowship program is to provide entry-level experience to graduates of programs in hospital and health care administration. The Fellow will have experience and exposure to the operation and structure of an academic medical center. This project-oriented program is extremely flexible, allowing the Fellow to work in areas and on projects which match the interests of the individual in alignment with organizational needs. The Fellowship Program will also target Fellows who can bring a diverse background to the hospitals. Though the program is not designed to be “rotational” in nature, selection of projects will expose the Fellow to as many departments and in as much depth as the Fellow aspires. Sample projects may include: • Strategic planning • Process improvement initiatives • Cost benefit analysis • Revenue cycle improvements • Access to care • Productivity management utilization studies • Business and program development • Centers of excellence • Diversity • Process flow and work redesign The Operations Management Departments in each facility will be key contributors to ensuring that the operations of each hospital are as effective and efficient as possible by conducting projects designed to improve quality and operating performance, reduce waste and delays and otherwise promote quality and cost improvements throughout each hospital. Interested applicants should submit the following information: 1. A current resume 2. A one-to-two page written statement of interest explaining their qualifications and objectives for the Fellowship, and how the experience will advance their intended career 3. A letter of recommendation from the director of their graduate program 4. A professional letter of recommendation 5. An official transcript from the graduate school Applications should be submitted to: Community Medical Centers 1140 T Street PO Box 1232 Fresno, CA 93715-1232 Contact: Carla Milton, Organizational Development Manager If you have any questions about the application process, feel free to contact us.
Application deadline: 11/15/2007
Selection announcement date: Jan/Feb 2007
Start date: Sept. 2008 / Negotiable

  Department of Veterans Affairs - Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
Organization and Address: Department of Veterans Affairs - Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
11301 Wilshire Blvd.
Mail Code 691/11
Los Angeles, CA 90073-1003
Attn: Linda S. Surapruik, Program Analyst
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship/Residency(1)
Qualifications: Fellowship: Eligible applicants will have graduated with an MHA/MPH/MBA or other equivalent degree from an accredited (ACEHSA or CEPH) graduate program by the start of the fellowship. Additionally, fellows must complete a minimum of 40 volunteer hours at a VA facility prior to graduation. This can be completed as a volunteer service or as a formal internship. The minimum 40 hours is not required to apply for the position but must be completed to be placed in the fellowship. Residency: Eligible applicants will have completed all academic coursework for an MHA/MPH/MBA or other equivalent degree from an accredited (ACEHSA or CEPH) graduate program by the start of the residency. All applicants must be US citizens.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure: There are four main components to the GLA Administrative Fellowship/Residency program. 1: Executive Leadership- The fellow/resident is considered part of the Executive Leadership team and office and as such attends executive level meetings and potential retreats. Attendance at such meetings allows the fellow/resident to gain a better understanding of organizational issues and policies, planning, and decision making processes. The fellow/resident is also expected to participate in the day-to-day activities that occur in the executive office. 2: Rotations- The fellow/resident will complete rotations through each service line and department. Rotations consist of interviews, tours, and potential projects and can last from an hour to a week depending on the degree of interest and complexity of the service line. Rotations allow the fellow/resident to become familiar with GLA and to learn the inner workings of each department. 3: Projects- The fellow/resident may be asked to join projects in process, become involved in the development of projects, or initiate his/her own project according to his/her specific interest. Projects may also be assigned through executive management as need arises. Typical projects include cost benefit analyses, feasibility studies, quality of care initiatives, performance improvement assessments, program evaluations, and work groups/task forces. Project lengths can vary fom days to months. Fellows/residents will be able to gain skills or expand skills in data mining, financial analysis, database modeling, program development, implementation, and evaluation, as well as management. 4: Mentorship/Preceptorship- Each fellow/resident is mentored by a day to day point of contact and preceptor who work with the fellow/resident to identify strengths and weaknesses and to provide guidance in project and career interests.
Application deadline: 02/04/2005
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable (usually July 1)

  Dignity Health
Organization and Address: Dignity Health
185 Berry Street
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94107
Attn: Amy Miles, Dignity Health Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Dignity Health Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

Qualifications: 

At the time of application, candidates must be currently enrolled in their last year of an accredited graduate program pursuing an MHA, MHSA, MPH, MS, MSN, MBA, or similar and anticipate graduating in the Spring, prior to the Fellowship start date. Prior healthcare industry experience is a plus. Candidates should also have an interest in being part of a faith-based provider of humankindness.

How to Apply

1. Visit http://www.dignityhealthcareers.org/ 
2. Create Your Candidate Profile (you only need to do this one time)
3. Log in using your username/password
4. Perform a job search by entering Administrative Fellow into the Keywords search field
5. Click Apply Online

The following supporting documents must be uploaded to be considered for the fellowship:

• Cover letter
• Résumé 
• Two letters of recommendation (one academic and one professional)
• Graduate School Transcripts
• Undergraduate Transcripts
• A two-page (12 point font, double spaced) personal statement answering the following questions:

1. “Why are you interested in the Dignity Health Administrative Fellowship Program?”
2. “What unique skills and experiences can you contribute to Dignity Health?”
3. “What are your short and long-term career objectives in the healthcare industry?”
4. “What type(s) of projects do you envision yourself working on as a fellow (at a corporate and/or hospital level)?”

Deadline:  All applications and supporting documents must be received by September 15th.


All completed applications will be considered for Dignity Health’s Administrative Fellowship program following the steps below:

September-October 2014: Phone interviews followed by video interviews for top qualified candidates

November 2014: In person interviews with final candidates

November 30, 2014: Selection and notification

July 1, 2015: Anticipated start date

Term: 1 Year
Description/Structure:

We offer a 12-month learning experience that allows fellows to closely observe the challenges of managing a complex and diverse health system. Fellows are given a broad spectrum of responsibilities and projects while getting an insider’s view of strategic issues affecting the organization and the industry. The fellowship provides a continuous learning experience by allowing the fellow to experience a six-month corporate office rotation. The next six months will be spent becoming familiar with day-to-day operations at a Dignity Health acute care facility. Fellows work directly with senior leadership within Dignity Health and our network of hospitals, emergency centers and clinics.

Dignity Health looks for individuals who share our passion for humankindness and closely align with our mission, vision, and values.

Our Mission:
We are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised; and partnering with others in the community to improve the quality of life.

Our Vision:
A vibrant, national health care system known for service, chosen for clinical excellence, standing in partnership with patients, employees and physicians to improve the health of all communities served.

Our Core Values:
Dignity Health is committed to providing high-quality, affordable health care to the communities we serve. Above all else we value Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.

Also those who possess traits and skills such as:
• Highly motivated work ethic
• A passion for excellence
• A willingness to collaborate
• The desire to deliver humankindness to all individuals
• A demonstrated history of initiative and creativity
• The ability to adapt to ambiguous and dynamic environments 

 

 


Application deadline: 09/15/2014
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

  Dignity Health
Organization and Address: Dignity Health
251 S. Lake Avenue
Suite 700
Pasadena, CA 91101
Attn: Amy Miles, Organizational Effectiveness Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Dignity Health Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

At the time of application, candidates must be currently enrolled in their last year of an accredited graduate program pursuing an MHA, MHSA, MPH, MS, MSN, MBA, or similar and anticipate graduating in the Spring, prior to the Fellowship start date. Prior healthcare industry experience is a plus. Candidates should also have an interest in being part of a faith-based healthcare provider.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellowship Program is a 12-month learning experience that allows fellows to closely observe the challenges of managing a complex and diverse health care system. Fellows are given a broad spectrum of responsibilities and projects while getting an insider’s view of strategic issues affecting the organization and the healthcare industry. The fellowship is designed to provide a continuous learning experience by allowing the fellow to explore the complexities of a corporate office environment during a six month rotation, the additional six months will be spent becoming familiar with day to day operations at a Dignity Health acute care facility. Fellows work directly with senior leadership of Dignity Health and its network of hospitals, emergency centers and clinics.

We look for individuals who closely align with Dignity Health’s mission, vision, and values.

Our Mission:
We are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised; and partnering with others in the community to improve the quality of life

Our Vision:
A vibrant, national health care system known for service, chosen for clinical excellence, standing in partnership with patients, employees and physicians to improve the health of all communities served.

Our Core Values:
Dignity Health is committed to providing high-quality, affordable health care to the communities we serve. Above all else we value Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.

Also those who possess traits and skills such as:
• Highly motivated work ethic
• A passion for excellence
• A willingness to collaborate
• The desire to provide quality and accessibility of care to all individuals
• A demonstrated history of initiative and creativity
• The ability to adapt to ambiguous and dynamic environments

How to Apply
Application packages must contain all of the following materials:

1. Cover letter
2. Application
3. Résumé 
4. Official Graduate School Transcripts 
5. Undergraduate Transcripts (unofficial copies will be accepted)
6. Two letters of recommendation from academic faculty or advisors (original sealed documents)
7. A two-page (12 point font, double spaced) personal statement answering the following questions:

• “Why am I interested in the Dignity Health Administrative Fellowship Program?”
• “What unique skills and experiences can I contribute to Dignity Health?”
• “What are my short and long-term career objectives in the healthcare industry?”

In order to be considered, all applications must be received by October 30th.

Application packages may be mailed to:

Dignity Health
C/O Organizational Effectiveness – Fellowship Program
251 S. Lake Avenue, Suite 700
Pasadena, CA 91101

OR

Emailed to: DignityHealthFellowship@DignityHealth.org

For more information and to download the application, please visit: http://www.dignityhealthcareers.org/careers/Fellowship


Application deadline: 10/30/2013
Selection announcement date: December 2013
Start date: June 2014

  HCA/Riverside Community Hospital
Organization and Address: HCA/Riverside Community Hospital
4445 Magnolia Avenue

Riverside, CA 92501
Attn: Michael Rembis, President and Chief Executive Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA or equivalent from accredited college/university graduate program, leadership skills, interpersonal skills, excellent verbal/written communication skills, business/management, executive disposition, and leadership potential.
Term: one year
Description/Structure: Various projects and assignments to ensure exposure and leadership development in operations/administration, quality of care, patient safety, systems/technology, finance, and physician relations.
Application deadline: 03/31/2009
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

  Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin Street, 18th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
Attn: Ms. Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Northern California Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional professional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; and two essays: 1) a one to two-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser Permanente fellowship, the skills you can offer as an administrative fellow, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) An essay of one page or less reviewing your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The program consists of three 8-month rotations. The first rotation will be at a Kaiser Permanente medical center and will offer experience in inpatient, outpatient and health plan operations. The fellow will function as a member of the administrative team and will report to either the hospital/health plan or medical group administrator. The second rotation will be at one of the California Regional Offices. The fellow will be involved in areas with a regional focus, such as market planning, information systems, contracting, and strategic development. The fellow will be exposed to the complexity of issues involved in managing an integrated, yet autonomous, medical care system. The third rotation is flexible to meet the interests of the fellow and can be either medical center or regionally based.
Application deadline: 10/25/2006
Selection announcement date: 01/01/2007
Start date: 07/01/2007; Negotiable

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Ms. Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Northern California Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional professional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; and two essays: 1) a one to two-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser Permanente fellowship, the skills you can offer as an administrative fellow, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) An essay of one page or less reviewing your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The program consists of three 8-month rotations. The first rotation will be at a Kaiser Permanente medical center and will offer experience in inpatient, outpatient and health plan operations. The fellow will function as a member of the administrative team and will report to either the hospital/health plan or medical group administrator. The second rotation will be at one of the California Regional Offices. The fellow will be involved in areas with a regional focus, such as market planning, information systems, contracting, and strategic development. The fellow will be exposed to the complexity of issues involved in managing an integrated, yet autonomous, medical care system. The third rotation is flexible to meet the interests of the fellow and can be either medical center or regionally based. For additional informationa about the Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/25/2006
Selection announcement date: 01/01/2007
Start date: 07/01/2007; Negotiable

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.
Term: 12 months
Description/Structure: Northern California offers a 12-month fellowship focused on health care operations with two six-month rotations at the medical center and service area. In addition, there is an option for an additional corporate rotation in the regional offices at the end of the 12-month period.
Application deadline: 10/11/2007
Selection announcement date: January 2008
Start date: July 2008

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.
Term: 12 months
Description/Structure: Northern California offers a 12-month fellowship focused on health care operations with two six-month rotations at the medical center and service area. In addition, there is an option for an additional corporate rotation in the regional offices at the end of the 12-month period. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/09/2008
Selection announcement date: January 2009
Start date: July 2009

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.
Term: 12 months
Description/Structure: Northern California offers a 12-month fellowship focused on health care operations with two six-month rotations at the medical center and service area. In addition, there is an option for an additional corporate rotation in the regional offices at the end of the 12-month period. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/08/2009
Selection announcement date: January 2010
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(2-3)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Northern California offers a 12-month fellowship focused on health care operations with two six-month rotations at the medical center and service area. In addition, there is an option for an additional corporate rotation in the regional offices at the end of the 12-month period. Please note that applicants wishing to apply to both the Northern and Southern California Fellowship must create separate applications. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.

Learn more about Kaiser Permanente’s Post-Graduate Administrative Fellowship Program by listening to a recorded version of our Information Session Webinar using the link below:

https://kponline.webex.com/kponline/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=78008187&rKey=e24aa7d167213329

 


Application deadline: 10/01/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Christine Downing, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(3)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.

Term: 12 months
Description/Structure:

Northern California offers a 12-month fellowship focused on health care operations with two six-month rotations at the medical center and service area. In addition, there is an option for an additional corporate rotation in the regional offices at the end of the 12-month period. Please note that applicants wishing to apply to both the Northern and Southern California Fellowship must create separate applications. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.


Application deadline: 10/01/2014
Selection announcement date: November 2014
Start date: July 2015

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Julie Sher, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Northern California Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional letters of recommendation; and two essays: 1) a one-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser fellowship and the skills you can offer, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) In no more than 250 words discuss your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The program consists of three 8-month rotations. The first rotation will be at a Kaiser Permanente medical center and will offer experience in inpatient, outpatient and health plan operations. The fellow will function as a member of the administrative team and will report to either the hospital/health plan or medical group administrator. The second rotation will be at one of the California Regional Offices. The fellow will be involved in areas with a regional focus, such as market planning, information systems, contracting, and strategic development. The fellow will be exposed to the complexity of issues involved in managing an integrated, yet autonomous, medical care system. The third rotation is flexible to meet the interests of the fellow and can be either medical center or regionally based.
Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: January 2005
Start date: 07/01/2005; Negotiable

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
TPMG Executive Offices
1950 Franklin St., 17th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612-5190
Attn: Ms. Julie Sher, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Northern California Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; and two essays: 1) a one-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser Permanente fellowship and the skills you can offer, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) In no more than 250 words discuss your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The program consists of three 8-month rotations. The first rotation will be at a Kaiser Permanente medical center and will offer experience in inpatient, outpatient and health plan operations. The fellow will function as a member of the administrative team and will report to either the hospital/health plan or medical group administrator. The second rotation will be at one of the California Regional Offices. The fellow will be involved in areas with a regional focus, such as market planning, information systems, contracting, and strategic development. The fellow will be exposed to the complexity of issues involved in managing an integrated, yet autonomous, medical care system. The third rotation is flexible to meet the interests of the fellow and can be either medical center or regionally based.
Application deadline: 10/25/2005
Selection announcement date: 01/01/2006
Start date: 07/01/2006; Negotiable

  Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
SCPMG Administration
393 E. Walnut St., Seventh Floor
Pasadena, CA 91188
Attn: Ms. Melissa Yee, SCPMG Administration,
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration in SCAL(2)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school.  Please be advised, we are unable to sponsor H-1b Visas. Non-U.S. citizen applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.

Term: 24 months
Description/Structure:

Southern California offers a flexible 24-month fellowship that includes three rotations: two at a medical center and/or service area, and one at the regional offices. During the regional rotation, fellows have the opportunity to gain exposure to the various departments that support the operations of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals/Health Plan and Permanente Medical Group. Please note that applicants wishing to apply to both the Southern and Northern California Fellowship must create separate applications. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: December 2012
Start date: July 2013

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
SCPMG Administration
393 E. Walnut St., Seventh Floor
Pasadena, CA 91188
Attn: Ms. Melissa Yee, SCPMG Administration,
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration in SCAL(6)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, MSN with a specialty in Nursing Services Administration, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, nursing services administration or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Nursing applicants will only be accepted in SCAL. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school.  Please be advised, we are unable to sponsor H-1b Visas. Non-U.S. citizen applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.

Term: 24 months
Description/Structure:

Southern California offers a flexible 24-month fellowship that includes three rotations: two at a medical center and/or service area, and one at the regional offices. During the regional rotation, fellows have the opportunity to gain exposure to the various departments that support the operations of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals/Health Plan and Permanente Medical Group. Please note that applicants wishing to apply to both the Southern and Northern California Fellowship must create separate applications. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.

Learn more about Kaiser Permanente’s Post-Graduate Administrative Fellowship Program by listening to a recorded version of our Information Session Webinar using the link below:

 



 



Application deadline: 10/01/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
SCPMG Administration
393 E. Walnut St., Seventh Floor
Pasadena, CA 91188
Attn: Ms. Melissa Yee, SCPMG Administration,
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration in SCAL(6)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, MSN with a specialty in Nursing Services Administration, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, nursing services administration or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Nursing applicants will only be accepted in SCAL. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school.  Please be advised, we are unable to sponsor H-1b Visas. Non-U.S. citizen applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.

Term: 24 months
Description/Structure:

Southern California offers a flexible 24-month fellowship that includes three rotations: two at a medical center and/or service area, and one at the regional offices. During the regional rotation, fellows have the opportunity to gain exposure to the various departments that support the operations of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals/Health Plan and Permanente Medical Group. Please note that applicants wishing to apply to both the Southern and Northern California Fellowship must create separate applications. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.


Application deadline: 10/01/2014
Selection announcement date: November 2014
Start date: July 2015

  Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
393 East Walnut Street, Seventh Floor
SCPMG Permanente Nursing Administration
Pasadena, CA 91188-0001
Attn: Terry Bream, Manager, SCPMG Nursing Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional professional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; and two essays: 1) a one to two-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser Permanente fellowship, the skills you can offer as an administrative fellow, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) An essay of one page or less reviewing your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)
Term: Two years
Description/Structure: The program consists of three 8-month rotations. The first rotation will be at a Kaiser Permanente medical center and will offer experience in inpatient, outpatient and health plan operations. The fellow will function as a member of the administrative team and will report to either the hospital/health plan or medical group administrator. The second rotation will be at one of the California Regional Offices. The fellow will be involved in areas with a regional focus, such as market planning, information systems, contracting, and strategic development. The fellow will be exposed to the complexity of issues involved in managing an integrated, yet autonomous, medical care system. The third rotation is flexible to meet the interests of the fellow and can be either medical center or regionally based. For additional informationa about the Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/25/2006
Selection announcement date: 01/01/2007
Start date: 07/01/2007; Negotiable

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
393 East Walnut Street, Seventh Floor
SCPMG Permanente Nursing Administration
Pasadena, CA 91188-0001
Attn: Terry Bream, Manager, SCPMG Nursing Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.
Term: Two years
Description/Structure: Southern California offers a 24-month fellowship that includes three rotations: two at a medical center and/or service area, and one at the regional offices. During the regional rotation, fellows have the opportunity to gain exposure to the various departments that support the operations of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals/Health Plan and Permanente Medical Group. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/11/2007
Selection announcement date: January 2008
Start date: July 2008

Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration
393 East Walnut Street, Seventh Floor
SCPMG Permanente Nursing Administration
Pasadena, CA 91188-0001
Attn: Ms. Terry Bream, Manager, SCPMG Nursing Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Health Care Administration(2)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates must graduate from an accredited graduate program in health administration, public health, business administration, or similar degrees in the year that they are applying to start work. Candidates typically have 2-5 years work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. Please visit our website for application details and requirements.
Term: Two years
Description/Structure: Southern California offers a flexible 24-month fellowship that includes three rotations: two at a medical center and/or service area, and one at the regional offices. During the regional rotation, fellows have the opportunity to gain exposure to the various departments that support the operations of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals/Health Plan and Permanente Medical Group. For more information on the Fellowship Program, please visit our website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
Application deadline: 10/09/2008
Selection announcement date: January 2009
Start date: July 2009

  Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
7373 West Lane

Stockton, CA 95210-3377
Attn: Julie Kim, Associate Medical Group Administrator
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Master Degree in Health Care Administration, Hospital Administration, or Public Health
Term: 18 months
Description/Structure: KP/ TPMG hires Administrative Fellows as exempt employees receiving a competitive salary, vacation and sick leave, and health care benefits. The Fellow is assigned to and works closely with his or her Preceptor for the duration of the Fellowship program (18 months). As an Administrative Fellow, (s)he will have access to high-level meetings, be exposed to Program-level, Regional and Service Area operational and fiscal strategies, and gain advanced understanding of medical center operations. Depending on the Fellow’s skills and interests, the Fellow will be assigned a variety of projects and responsibilities ranging from project management to management of a department.
Application deadline: 07/31/2008
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: 10/01/2008

  Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
4601 Dale Road
Administration, 4th Floor
Modesto, CA 95356
Attn: Sandra Choe, Executive Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional professional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; an an essay as outlined below.

Essay Requirement: One to two page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of Kaiser Permanente fellowship, the skills you can offer as an administrative fellow and your career objectives following the fellowship.

Term: one year; second year negotiable
Description/Structure:

For the duration of the Fellowship, the Administrative Fellow is considered a junior member of the Central Valley Area leadership team and will have access to high-level meetings, be exposed to Program-level, Regional and Service Area operational and fiscal strategies, and gain advanced understanding of medical center operations. Depending on the Fellow's skills and interests, the Fellow will be assigned a variety of projects and responsibilities ranging from project management to management of a department. Other duties may include:

  • acting as a junior consultant to the Medical Group Administrator
  • participation in Labor/Management bargaining meetings and activities
  • project management and implementation support of priority and new initiatives and services
  • workplace safety projects support
  • technology innovation projects support
  • capital and space planning projects support
  • service improvement projects support

The Fellow will be supervised by the Medical Group Administrator and Assistant Medical Group Administrator. The Fellow will receive a competitive compensation package including base salary, potential for incentive pay, vacation, sick time, and superior health care benefits.


Application deadline: 09/25/2014
Selection announcement date: 03/06/2015
Start date: Negotiable, July 2015

  Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
Organization and Address: Kaiser Permanente/ The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.
7373 West Lane
2nd Floor, Administration
Stockton, CA 95210
Attn: Julie.J.Kim@kp.org, Asspciate Medical Group Administrator
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH, or equivalent from a two-year accredited program; interest in large-scale managed care and vertically integrated delivery systems; excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates typically have limited work experience ranging from summer internships to several years full-time work experience prior to graduate school. If you are interested in applying, please submit a current resume; a letter of recommendation from the director of your graduate program; two additional professional letters of recommendation; an official transcript from your graduate school; and two essays: 1) a one to two-page written statement discussing the following: why you want to engage in a post-graduate fellowship experience as opposed to other career options, specific expectations of the Kaiser Permanente fellowship, the skills you can offer as an administrative fellow, and your career objectives following the fellowship. 2) An essay of one page or less reviewing your understanding of the California market place. (The essay may be based on research or actual experience within California market place.)

Term: One year; second year negotiable.
Description/Structure:

For the duration of the Fellowship, the Administrative Fellow is considered a junior member of the Central Valley Area leadership team and will have access to high-level meetings, be exposed to Program-level, Regional and Service Area operational and fiscal strategies, and gain advanced understanding of medical center operations. Depending on the Fellow’s skills and interests, the Fellow will be assigned a variety of projects and responsibilities ranging from project management to management of a department. Other duties may include:

  • acting as a junior consultant to the Area Medical Group Administrator
  • participation in Labor/ Management bargaining meetings and activities
  • non-clinical department oversight
  • project management and implementation support of priority and new initiatives and/or services
  • workplace safety projects support/ participation
  • technology innovation projects support/participation
  • capital and space planning projects support/participation

The Fellow will be supervised by and work closely with the Area Medical Group Administrator who will be the Fellow's Preceptor.  The Fellow will receive a competitive compensation package including base salary, potential for incentive pay, vacation and sick time, and superior health care benefits.


Application deadline: 03/01/2011
Selection announcement date: 05/01/2011
Start date: Negotiable, July 2011

  Los Angeles County - Department of Health Services
Organization and Address: Los Angeles County - Department of Health Services
10953 Ramona Boulevard

El Monte, CA 91731
Attn: Ernest P. Espinoza, Administrator
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(3)
Qualifications:
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

THE PROGRAM

The County of Los Angeles – Department of Health Services (DHS) is offering a healthcare management fellowship program designed to provide a 24 month, structured, preceptor-directed learning opportunity beyond the completion of a master’s degree related to health care, public administration or business. The fellowship program will prepare qualified individuals to assume effective management roles in DHS. This program is further intended to enhance the recruitment, training and retention of highly qualified minority and female health care managers.

 

THE ORGANIZATION

DHS is the second largest public health system in the United States, with over 20,000 employees and an operating budget of $3.5 billion. Our mission is to provide high-quality, patient-centered, cost-effective health care to Los Angeles County residents through direct services at DHS facilities and through collaboration with community and university partners.  We maintain special responsibility for the care of the medically indigent and for those who are otherwise without access to health services.

DHS operates three acute care hospitals, one rehabilitation hospital, two multi-ambulatory care centers, six comprehensive health centers and multiple health centers across Los Angeles County.  We operate two Level 1 trauma centers, two pediatric trauma centers and one burn center.  The DHS hospitals have academic affiliations with UCLA and USC Medical Schools and train thousands of health professionals each year.  Through the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency, DHS also coordinates county-wide emergency medical services.

THE FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS

Three (3) fellowship positions will be offered for the 2014-2016 class.  The individuals selected for the fellowship program will function under the direction of a DHS senior-level executive.  Possible fellowship placements include the following:

 

LAC+USC MEDICAL CENTER

Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center (LAC+USC), located in East Los Angeles, is a large medical teaching facility. It provides comprehensive inpatient and emergency services and operates a Level I trauma center, one of three burn centers in Los Angeles County and serves as a training site for the U.S. Navy as well as for hundreds of physicians and health professionals each year.  The hospital started in 1878 as a 100-bed medical facility to care for the indigent population of Los Angeles.  In 1933, it moved into a one million square foot facility with 1,451 licensed beds.  In 2008, a state-of-the art, 600-bed replacement hospital opened featuring three towers, which provide clinic services, diagnostic and treatment, and inpatient services.  The former hospital is now a registered historic landmark, which will house a Wellness Center for community residents with outdoor fitness, recreation and entertainment amenities.  The hospital also manages a 76-bed acute inpatient psychiatric unit located at the Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Campus in Los Angeles.

 

HARBOR-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (HUCLA), located in the city of Torrance, is a major teaching and acute care facility with 550 licensed beds. It provides comprehensive inpatient and emergency services and offers over 100 specialty and sub-specialty outpatient clinics. Before 1940, it functioned as a station hospital with the U.S. Army. In the late 1960’s, HUCLA trained one of first paramedic classes in the nation, which later developed into the medical 9-1-1 system. Today, HUCLA operates the only renal transplant program in the DHS system as well as a Level I trauma center, a Pediatric Critical Care Center and an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics.

 

OLIVE VIEW-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center (OVMC), located in the city of Sylmar, is a 377 licensed-bed teaching and acute care facility, which offers a comprehensive range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services for patients of the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys.  It was the first DHS hospital to achieve “Baby Friendly” designation by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and is a national best practice leader for reducing deaths among patients with sepsis. It also operates the only Chagas Disease clinic in the nation and is a leader in clinical research. OVMC began in 1920 as a tuberculosis sanitorium.  It is affiliated with the UCLA School of Medicine.

 

RANCHO LOS AMIGOS NATIONAL REHABILITATION CENTER

Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center (Rancho) has over 50 years of experience providing quality care for persons with physical disabilities.  In the 1950's, Rancho made its transition to rehabilitative care with the waning of the polio epidemic, refocusing the team treatment approach developed to address polio on the rehabilitation of persons with disabling injury and illness.  Rancho is consistently ranked in the top Rehabilitation Hospitals in the United States by the U.S. News and World Report.  It is one of the largest comprehensive rehabilitation centers in the United States, providing services across the continuum of recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. As a branch campus of the University of Southern California, Rancho is affiliated with its Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Allied Health professions.

 

AMBULATORY CARE NETWORK

The Ambulatory Care Network (ACN) was established in June 2011 in preparation for the implementation of Healthcare Reform in 2014.  ACN includes all freestanding DHS outpatient clinics (Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Centers, Comprehensive Health Centers, and Health Centers) and the Division of Research and Innovation. ACN facilities provide over one million visits annually including 463,000 primary care visits, 352,000 specialty care visits, and 242,000 urgent care/walk-in visits.

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Orientation:  Each Fellow will receive a thorough orientation to both the activities of the various administrative units in DHS and other Departments in the County of Los Angeles. The orientation process will include the following:

  • Attend a Board of Supervisors’ meeting
  • Attend one or more Commission meetings
  • Participate in orientation with various DHS administrative units, such as Human Resources; Contracts and Grants; Finance; Governmental Affairs; Information Systems; Emergency Medical Services Agency
  • Attend executive-level DHS meetings

In addition to the above, the Fellow will have opportunities to interact with managers from private sector healthcare organizations (e.g. hospitals, HMOs, community-based health centers) and attend a professional development conference or a healthcare industry association meeting

Primary Assignment:  Each Fellow will be primarily assigned to either a Medical Center or the Ambulatory Care Network.  Under the direction of the preceptor, the Fellow will develop an individualized fellowship plan which will enhance earlier academic experiences and/or focus on specific areas of interest. During the course of the fellowship program, the Fellow will complete short-term assignments designed to have a significant impact on the assigned facility/network.

Rotation:  The Fellow will participate in a formal rotation program designed to expose him/her to the activities of other administrative units in DHS and the Chief Executive Office.  In addition to his/her primary assignment, each Fellow may participate in a rotation plan that may include:

 

  • A second Medical Center
  • Managed Care Services Division
  • Health Services Administration
  • A Comprehensive Health Center or Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center

 

Professional Network Group. An important element in this program will be the Fellows’ interaction with members of a Professional Network Group. This portion of the program consists of meetings with high-level health care managers in the private sector throughout Los Angeles County.

Compensation:  The Fellow will be hired as a Health Services Management Fellow, as a full-time, temporary County employee.  The Fellow will be compensated with a salary comparable to an entry-level administrative position in the County of Los Angeles ($4,334.64-$5,101.45/month).  In addition, the Fellow will be eligible for a comprehensive health, dental, and benefit package.

Future Employment:  Following successful completion of the program, the Fellow may be offered a permanent administrative/management position within DHS.

Application Process:  To begin the application process, the following must be submitted by February 24, 2014:

  • Current curriculum vitae;
  • A letter of recommendation which directly attest to the candidate’s interest and ability to work for a public health care agency;
  • A short narrative statement describing the candidate’s interest in the fellowship program and his/her career objectives

The candidate must have a master’s degree from an accredited college or university, in business, health administration or management, hospital administration, public health, public administration, or other health care management related field. 

The 24-month program will begin on July 1, 2014.  

For additional information, please contact: 

Ernest P. Espinoza
Administrator, El Monte Comprehensive Health Center
eespinoza@dhs.lacounty.gov


Application deadline: 02/22/2014
Selection announcement date: To Be Determined
Start date: 07/01/2014

Organization and Address: Los Angeles County Department of Health Services - El Monte CHC
10953 Ramona Boulevard

El Monte, CA 91731
Attn: Ernest P. Espinoza, Administrator
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(3)
Qualifications:
Term: 2 Years
Description/Structure:

The County of Los Angeles – Department of Health Services (DHS) is offering a healthcare management fellowship program designed to provide a 24 month, structured, preceptor-directed learning opportunity beyond the completion of a master’s degree related to health care, public administration or business. The fellowship program will prepare qualified individuals to assume effective management roles in DHS. This program is  intended to enhance the recruitment, training and retention of highly qualified minority and female health care managers.

 THE ORGANIZATION

DHS is the second largest public health system in the United States, with over 20,000 employees and an operating budget of $3.5 billion. Our mission is to provide high-quality, patient-centered, cost-effective health care to Los Angeles County residents through direct services at DHS facilities and through collaboration with community and university partners.  We maintain special responsibility for the care of the medically indigent and for those who are otherwise without access to health services.

DHS operates three acute care hospitals, one rehabilitation hospital, two multi-ambulatory care centers, six comprehensive health centers and multiple health centers across Los Angeles County.  We operate two Level 1 trauma centers, two pediatric trauma centers and one burn center.  The DHS hospitals have academic affiliations with UCLA and USC Medical Schools and train thousands of health professionals each year.  Through the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency, DHS also coordinates county-wide emergency medical services.

THE FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS

Three (3) fellowship positions will be offered for the 2014-2016 class.  The individuals selected for the fellowship program will function under the direction of a DHS senior-level executive.  Possible fellowship placements include the following:

 

LAC+USC MEDICAL CENTER

Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center (LAC+USC), located in East Los Angeles, is a large medical teaching facility. It provides comprehensive inpatient and emergency services and operates a Level I trauma center, one of three burn centers in Los Angeles County and serves as a training site for the U.S. Navy as well as for hundreds of physicians and health professionals each year.  The hospital started in 1878 as a 100-bed medical facility to care for the indigent population of Los Angeles.  In 1933, it moved into a one million square foot facility with 1,451 licensed beds.  In 2008, a state-of-the art, 600-bed replacement hospital opened featuring three towers, which provide clinic services, diagnostic and treatment, and inpatient services.  The former hospital is now a registered historic landmark, which will house a Wellness Center for community residents with outdoor fitness, recreation and entertainment amenities.  The hospital also manages a 76-bed acute inpatient psychiatric unit located at the Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Campus in Los Angeles.

 

HARBOR-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (HUCLA), located in the city of Torrance, is a major teaching and acute care facility with 550 licensed beds. It provides comprehensive inpatient and emergency services and offers over 100 specialty and sub-specialty outpatient clinics. Before 1940, it functioned as a station hospital with the U.S. Army. In the late 1960’s, HUCLA trained one of first paramedic classes in the nation, which later developed into the medical 9-1-1 system. Today, HUCLA operates the only renal transplant program in the DHS system as well as a Level I trauma center, a Pediatric Critical Care Center and an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics.

 

OLIVE VIEW-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center (OVMC), located in the city of Sylmar, is a 377 licensed-bed teaching and acute care facility, which offers a comprehensive range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services for patients of the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys.  It was the first DHS hospital to achieve “Baby Friendly” designation by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and is a national best practice leader for reducing deaths among patients with sepsis. It also operates the only Chagas Disease clinic in the nation and is a leader in clinical research. OVMC began in 1920 as a tuberculosis sanitorium.  It is affiliated with the UCLA School of Medicine.

 

RANCHO LOS AMIGOS NATIONAL REHABILITATION CENTER

Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center (Rancho) has over 50 years of experience providing quality care for persons with physical disabilities.  In the 1950's, Rancho made its transition to rehabilitative care with the waning of the polio epidemic, refocusing the team treatment approach developed to address polio on the rehabilitation of persons with disabling injury and illness.  Rancho is consistently ranked in the top Rehabilitation Hospitals in the United States by the U.S. News and World Report.  It is one of the largest comprehensive rehabilitation centers in the United States, providing services across the continuum of recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. As a branch campus of the University of Southern California, Rancho is affiliated with its Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Allied Health professions.

 

AMBULATORY CARE NETWORK

The Ambulatory Care Network (ACN) was established in June 2011 in preparation for the implementation of Healthcare Reform in 2014.  ACN includes all freestanding DHS outpatient clinics (Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Centers, Comprehensive Health Centers, and Health Centers) and the Division of Research and Innovation. ACN facilities provide over one million visits annually including 463,000 primary care visits, 352,000 specialty care visits, and 242,000 urgent care/walk-in visits.

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Orientation:  Each Fellow will receive a thorough orientation to the activities of the various administrative units in DHS and other Departments in the County of Los Angeles. The orientation process will include the following:

  • Attend a Board of Supervisors’ meeting
  • Attend one or more Commission meetings
  • Participate in orientation with various DHS administrative units, such as Human Resources; Contracts and Grants; Finance; Governmental Affairs; Information Systems; Emergency Medical Services Agency
  • Attend executive-level DHS meetings

In addition to the above, the Fellow will have opportunities to interact with managers from private sector healthcare organizations (e.g. hospitals, HMOs, community-based health centers) and attend a professional development conference or a healthcare industry association meeting.

Primary Assignment:  Each Fellow will be primarily assigned to either a Medical Center or the Ambulatory Care Network.  Under the direction of the preceptor, the Fellow will develop an individualized fellowship plan which will enhance earlier academic experiences and/or focus on specific areas of interest. During the course of the fellowship program, the Fellow will complete short-term assignments designed to have a significant impact on the assigned facility/network.

Rotation:  The Fellow will participate in a formal rotation program designed to expose him/her to the activities of other administrative units in DHS and the Chief Executive Office.  In addition to his/her primary assignment, each Fellow may participate in a rotation plan that may include:

 

  • A second Medical Center
  • Managed Care Services Division
  • Health Services Administration
  • A Comprehensive Health Center or Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center

 

Professional Network Group. An important element in this program will be the Fellows’ interaction with members of a Professional Network Group. This portion of the program consists of meetings with high-level health care managers in the private sector throughout Los Angeles County.

Compensation:  The Fellow will be hired as a Health Services Management Fellow, as a full-time, temporary County employee.  The Fellow will be compensated with a salary comparable to an entry-level administrative position in the County of Los Angeles ($4,334.64-$5,101.45/month).  In addition, the Fellow will be eligible for a comprehensive health, dental, and benefit package.

Future Employment:  Following successful completion of the program, the Fellow may be offered a permanent administrative/management position within DHS.

Application Process:  To begin the application process, the following must be submitted by February 24, 2014 to Ernest Espinoza at eespinoza@dhs.lacounty.gov:

  • Current curriculum vitae;
  • A letter of recommendation which directly attest to the candidate’s interest and ability to work for a public health care agency;
  • A short narrative statement describing the candidate’s interest in the fellowship program and his/her career objectives

The candidate must have a master’s degree from an accredited college or university, in business, health administration or management, hospital administration, public health, public administration, or other health care management related field. 

The 24-month program will begin on July 1, 2014.  

For additional information, please contact: 

Ernest P. Espinoza
Administrator, El Monte Comprehensive Health Center
eespinoza@dhs.lacounty.gov


Application deadline: 02/24/2014
Selection announcement date: To Be Determined
Start date: 07/01/2014

  Lucile Packard Children's Hospital @ Stanford
Organization and Address: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital @ Stanford
725 Welch Rd
Leadership Dev & Educ, M/C 5544
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Attn: Sheri Salamone, MA, MHSA, Management Analyst
Title and Number of Positions: 1-Yr Paid Administrative Residency w/CEO and Executive Director, Leadership Dev.(1)
Qualifications: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford seeks a recent graduate of a graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Public Health, Business Administration, or related area to fill its full-time, paid Administrative Resident position with the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, Leadership Development for one year. Job Requirements include a) a student in good standing or recent graduate of an accredited graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, or related field; b) experience as an employee, volunteer, or intern at a children’s hospital or related institution is preferred; c) Bachelor’s Degree; d) skills in managing stress, time, and conflict effectively in a work setting. To apply, please email or send resume, 2 recent references, and letter of interest BY JANUARY 31, 2007, to Ms. Sheri Salamone, MA, MHSA, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, MC5727, 180 El Camino Real, V860, Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304 administrativeresidency@lpch.org
Term: one year
Description/Structure: Administrative Residency: Provides exposure to children's healthcare leadership as well as an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences in one domain of the hospital. Residency experiences include: a) Mentoring by the CEO, EDLD, and other Senior Managers; b) Attendance as a participant/observer at meetings at all levels of the organization, e.g., Board, Executive Committee, Senior Management, Management Forum, c) Visits in key Hospital Departments; d) Development of or participation in projects, such as leadership and governance; multi-million dollar clinical and master planning initiatives; education for physician leaders and senior management; development of a Faculty Practice Organization; and operations of six Centers of Excellence with national pre-eminence in the clinical areas of Neonatal/Maternal-Fetal Care, Heart, Cancer and Blood Diseases, Brain and Behavior, Transplantation, and Pulmonary and Cystic Fibrosis; e) Completion of a project on a topic mutually agreed upon by the AR, the relevant university, as applicable, and the EDLD; f) Readings, and g) Participation at a meeting of a national or state association focusing on children's health.
Application deadline: 02/15/2007
Selection announcement date: March/April 2007 timeframe
Start date: August 2007

  Mercy Hospitals / Catholic Healthcare West
Organization and Address: Mercy Hospitals / Catholic Healthcare West
2215 Truxtun Avenue

Bakersfield, CA 93301-3602
Attn: Natalie Magiet, MHA, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program(1)
Qualifications: Must complete MHA, MBA or equivalent by start date.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: Interested applicants may call or e-mail Natalie Magiet to request/discuss in detail the application process, program structure and value of the Fellowship at Mercy Hospitals of Bakersfield. For more information about Mercy Hospital please visit our website at www.mercybakersfield.org. Kevin Klockenga, Chief Operating Officer, will serve as the Preceptor. Interested applicants should email current resume to Natalie Magiet.
Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

  Mercy San Juan Medical Center
Organization and Address: Mercy San Juan Medical Center
6501 Coyle Avenue

Carmichael, CA 95608-0306
Attn: Michael Uboldi, President
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA or equivalent from an accredited graduate program
Term: one year
Description/Structure: Negotiable
Application deadline: Open
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: *Info Not Available Online

  Palomar Health
Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Kwaja Floyd, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 19, 2007 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including essay responses-available @ pph.org) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure: Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest, public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $983M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006 and is led by a CEO who has recieved 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, and an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/about.aspx?nd=143
Application deadline: 10/19/2007
Selection announcement date: December 2007
Start date: July 2008


Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Kwaja Floyd, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 19, 2007 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including essay responses-available @ pph.org) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure: Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest, public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $983M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern health care systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006 and is led by a CEO who has recieved 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, and an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/about.aspx?nd=143
Application deadline: 10/19/2007
Selection announcement date: December 2007
Start date: July 2008


Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Natalie Bennett, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 26, 2007 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available @ pph.org) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure: Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest, public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $983M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006 and is led by a CEO who has recieved 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, and an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship
Application deadline: 10/26/2007
Selection announcement date: December 2007
Start date: July 2008


Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Joanna Sainmervil, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 16, 2008 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available @ pph.org) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure: Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest, public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $983M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006 and is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, and an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship
Application deadline: 10/16/2008
Selection announcement date: December 2008
Start date: July 2009


Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Anna Ha, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 16, 2009 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $915M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, PPH has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December 2010
Start date: July 2011

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Anna Ha, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 15, 2010 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $915M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, PPH has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December 2010
Start date: July 2011

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Pernell Jones, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 15, 2010 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $915M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, PPH has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December 2010
Start date: July 2011

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Victoria Shumulinsky, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 7, 2011 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

*At this time, Palomar Pomerado Health does not sponsor international visas.

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $915M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, PPH has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 10/07/2011
Selection announcement date: December 2011
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Hue Le, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, September 28, 2012 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

*At this time, Palomar Pomerado Health does not sponsor international visas.

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Health is the largest public health care system in the state of California. In the Summer 2012, Palomar Health will be opening a brand new Palomar Medical Center, named the "Hospital of the Future", which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. Palomar Health is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, Palomar Health has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 35 fellows in his career.

The Palomar Health Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the  organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the Palomar Health Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at Palomar Health are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the Palomar Health team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 09/28/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: July 2013

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Hue Le, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, September 28, 2012 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed Palomar Health Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

*At this time, Palomar Health does not sponsor international visas.

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Health is the largest public health care system in the state of California. Palomar Health recently opened the brand new Palomar Medical Center, named the "Hospital of the Future", which makes us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. Palomar Health is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, Palomar Health has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 35 fellows in his career.

The Palomar Health Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the  organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the Palomar Health Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at Palomar Health are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the Palomar Health team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: July 2013

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Hue Le, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, September 27,2013 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed Palomar Health Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

*At this time, Palomar Health does not sponsor international visas.

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Health is the largest public health care system in the state of California. Palomar Health recently opened the brand new Palomar Medical Center, named the "Hospital of the Future", which makes us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. Palomar Health is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Palomar Health has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 35 fellows in his career.

The Palomar Health Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the  organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the Palomar Health Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of Palomar Health may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at Palomar Health are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the Palomar Health team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, Palomar Health and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Johnson Aderohunmu, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Palomar Health(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, September 27,2013 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed Palomar Health Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

*At this time, Palomar Health does not sponsor international visas.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Health is the largest public health care system in the state of California. Palomar Health recently opened the brand new Palomar Medical Center, named the "Hospital of the Future", which makes us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. Palomar Health is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Palomar Health has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 35 fellows in his career.

The Palomar Health Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the  organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the Palomar Health Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of Palomar Health may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at Palomar Health are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the Palomar Health team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, Palomar Health and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: 11/01/2013
Start date: 07/01/2014

Organization and Address: Palomar Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Leila Shams, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:
Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from a CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH accredited program.
The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE PACKET by the deadline, September 27,2014 and shall include:
• Resume
• Completed Palomar Health Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent--available at http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship)
• Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended)
• 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)
*At this time, Palomar Health does not sponsor international visas.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Health is the largest public health care system in the state of California. Palomar Health recently opened the brand new Palomar Medical Center, named the "Hospital of the Future", which makes us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. Palomar Health is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006.Palomar Health has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 35 fellows in his career.

The Palomar Health Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Robert Hemker and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the Palomar Health Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of Palomar Health may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at Palomar Health are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the Palomar Health team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, Palomar Health and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.palomarhealth.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 09/27/2014
Selection announcement date: 11/11/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

Organization and Address: Palomar Pomerado Health
456 E. Grand Avenue
RE: Administrative Fellowship Program
Escondido, CA 92025
Attn: Anna Ha, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must have or will have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MPH, MBA with an emphasis in healthcare management, or degree equivalent to the aforementioned studies from an accredited program. The required application information for the Administrative Fellowship Program is to be received in ONE packet by the deadline, October 16, 2009 and shall include:

• Resume • Completed PPH Post Graduate Fellowship Application Form (including statement of intent-available at www.pph.org/fellowship) • Official graduate school transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

Term: One (1) year
Description/Structure:

Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) is the largest public health care system in the state of California in the midst of a $915M expansion project (courtesy of Proposition BB) which will make us one of the most modern healthcare systems in the nation. PPH is a 2007 state Malcolm Baldrige award recipient, recognized by the AHA for cardiac excellence, and was named the "Best Place to Work" in San Diego County in 2006. Most recently, PPH has been named by Modern Healthcare as a "Top 100 Employer" in 2009 and is the first public health district in California to achieve Magnet Recognition.  This fellowship is led by a CEO who has received over 30 fellows in his career.

The PPH Postgraduate Fellowship provides an opportunity to build valuable professional experience & relationships within the PPH organization and the larger community as a whole. The fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Michael H. Covert, FACHE and includes a high degree of preceptor involvement by all members of the PPH Executive Management team. The Fellow will take part in active, hands-on, substantive projects that foster development of verbal, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Project selection is based on interests & career development goals, while exposure to projects outside of PPH may be arranged through the CEO and various contacts in the community. However, 3 main projects in the following areas at PPH are mandatory: Finance, Human Resources, & Strategic Planning.

There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member of the PPH team. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though interaction & observation at Leadership, Medical Staff, Community and Board of Director Meetings, & facility rounding.

For a detailed overview of the application process, expectations, the fellowship application form, an overview of the fellowship program, PPH and San Diego please visit the Administrative Fellowship program website at: http://www.pph.org/fellowship.


Application deadline: 10/16/2009
Selection announcement date: December 2009
Start date: July 2010

  Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, SF
Organization and Address: Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, SF
3333 California Street
265
San Francisco, CA 94118-1944
Attn: Ernestine Florence, Fellowship Program Coordinator
Title and Number of Positions: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Services Research(1)
Qualifications: Postdoctoral fellowships are open to those with health professional degrees (e.g., MD, and DDS,) and those with a PhD in related disciplines (e.g., economics, sociology, political science, public health, and public policy).
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The program provides multi-disciplinary, advanced training to social scientists, nurses, physicians and other health professions. Co-sponsored by the Institute for Health Policy Studies, School of Medicine and the Institute for Health & Aging, School of Nursing, the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research, this program includes a curriculum in health policy analysis and health services research, and practical research experience.
Application deadline: 12/10/2007
Selection announcement date: March 2008
Start date: 07/01/2008

  Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego
Organization and Address: Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego
3020 Children's Way

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Michael Richards, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego Administrative Fellowship 2014(1)
Qualifications:

Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego (Rady Children’s) is seeking an Administrative Fellow for 2014.  This one-year fellowship will be primarily centered at Rady Children’s Hospital, a 475-bed academic pediatric facility in the heart of San Diego, California. Rady Children’s is the region’s only designated Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and California’s first LEED certified acute care hospital. U.S. News and World Report also honored Rady Children’s as one of the nation’s top children’s hospitals, being one of only 23 hospitals in the country ranked in ten specialties. Rady Children’s is also a major pediatric clinical research center, working in collaboration with world-renowned institutions, including UC San Diego, the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, The Scripps Research Institute, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Interested candidates should have completed a MHA/MBA/MHSA/MHPA/MPH from an accredited program by June 2014.  We are looking for graduates who exhibit:

 

  • The ability to develop and recommend effective and efficient courses of action;
  • Interest in the complexities of pediatric healthcare management;
  • Excellent writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time; and
  • Independently motivated/self-starter.

Prospective fellows should submit the following application materials: 

  • Cover letter explaining their interests in a healthcare career and fellowship objectives (two pages maximum, addressed to the Fellowship Selection Committee);
  • Resume;
  • Graduate school transcripts (unofficial document is acceptable);
  • Completion of an online “360 reference” format sent upon receipt of application materials.  At least one reference should be academic and one professional; and
  • Letters of recommendation (optional). This is optional because the 360 reference assessment survey sent to candidate’s references will function as letters of recommendation.

Application materials should be sent electronically as a single, consolidated PDF in the order above to jnagel@rchsd.org.  The document should be titled with applicant’s first name, last name and 2014 Administrative Fellowship. The following address should be included on the cover letter:

Michael S. Richards, MBA/MHA

Administrative Fellow

Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego

3020 Children’s Way, MC 5094

San Diego, CA 92123-4282

 

Important Dates:

  • All applications to be received by:  October 30, 2013
  • Applicants contacted for phone interviews:  Early November 2013
  • Phone interviews: Mid-to-late November 2013
  • On-site interviews: December 2013

 

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Rady Children’s Administrative Fellowship prepares leaders for administrative careers in healthcare. The Administrative Fellowship position was developed to provide a master's graduate with comprehensive knowledge, training and independent project experience in the internal operations of healthcare administration.  The Administrative Fellow will have many opportunities to translate theory into practice, participate in the decision-making process and develop professional values and skills.  Rotation will be provided through key clinical departments, operating units and support areas with responsibility for substantive projects, supervision, administrative call, budgets and operations.  Depending on ability and initiative, the Administrative Fellow will have responsibility for a variety of projects, which may include process improvement initiatives, budget preparation, revenue cycle improvements, operational analysis, service line initiatives, process flow impact and strategic planning.

 


Application deadline: 10/30/2013
Selection announcement date: 01/07/2014
Start date: 06/01/2014

  Saint Agnes Medical Center
Organization and Address: Saint Agnes Medical Center
1303 E. Herndon Avenue

Fresno, CA 93720
Attn: D'Anne Carpenter, Executive Director, Leadership and Managment Institute
Title and Number of Positions: *See Trinity Health, Novi, MI
Qualifications:
Term:
Description/Structure: The Trinity Health Fellowship Program is designed to provide an educational experience for individuals who are interested in management responsibilities in nonprofit multi-unit health care systems and who have demonstrated the potential for high-level executive leadership in the field.
Application deadline: 10/31/2006
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: 06/25/2007

Organization and Address: Saint Agnes Medical Center
submit applications to address below

Fresno, CA 93720-3397
Attn: D'Anne Carpenter, Executive Director, Leadership and Managment Institute
Title and Number of Positions: Send applications to 34605 Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48331 attn. D'Anne Carpenter
Qualifications: The fellowship is open to individuals holding a graduate degree in health care administration, business administration, mission services, ethics, and other related fields.
Term: one year
Description/Structure: The Trinity Health Fellowship Program is designed to provide an educational experience for individuals who are interested in management responsibilities in nonprofit multi-unit health care systems and who have demonstrated the potential for high-level executive leadership in the field.
Application deadline: 10/20/2007
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: 06/23/2008

Organization and Address: Saint Agnes Medical Center
*see address below for applying

Fresno, CA 93720
Attn: D'Anne Carpenter, Executive Director, Organization Learning and Development
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(varies)
Qualifications: Trinity Health's Fellowship Program is open to all individuals holding a graduate degree or due to graduate upon completion of a fellowship, in healthcare administration, business administration, public health, mission services, ethics, or other related fields from an accredited program. To apply, candidates must submit by October 20, 2008: 1) current resume, 2) official graduate transcript, 3) two letters of recommendation, at least one from a faculty member if currently enrolled in a graduate program, and 4) narrative statement which addresses a. what would you bring to Trinity Health to help us better live out our mission, and b. how would the fellowship help you achieve your career goals. Send all information to: Trinity Health, Organization Learning and Development - Fellowship Program 34605 Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills Michigan 48331. For more information, see our website: www.trinity-health.org/career/fellowshipprogram
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure: The Trinity Health fellowship program is designed to provide an educational experience for individuals who are interested in management responsibilities in nonprofit, multi-unit healthcare systems and who have demonstrated the potential for high-level executive leadership in the field.
Application deadline: 10/20/2008
Selection announcement date: December 2008
Start date: 06/22/2009

Organization and Address: Saint Agnes Medical Center
1303 E. Herndon Ave.

Fresno, CA 93720
Attn: D'Anne Carpenter, Executive Director, Organization Learning & Development
Title and Number of Positions: Management Fellowship (Post Graduate)(varies)
Qualifications:

Trinity Health's Fellowship Program is open to all individuals holding a graduate degree or due to graduate upon completion of a fellowship, in healthcare administration, business administration, public health, mission services, ethics, or other related fields from an accredited program. To apply, candidates must submit by October 1, 2011: 1) current resume, 2) official graduate transcript, 3) two letters of recommendation, at least one from a faculty member if currently enrolled in a graduate program, and 4) narrative statement which addresses a. what would you bring to Trinity Health to help us better live out our mission, and b. how would the fellowship help you achieve your career goals.  5) desired Trinity Health locations in order of preference.  If you are interested in multiple Trinity Health locations, it is only necessary to submit one Fellowship application.

Send all information to: Trinity Health, Organization Learning and Development - Fellowship Program 34605 Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills Michigan 48331. For more information, see our website: http://www.trinity-health.org/Careers/FellowshipProgram/index.htm

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Trinity Health fellowship program is designed to provide an educational experience for individuals who are interested in management responsibilities in nonprofit, multi-unit healthcare systems and who have demonstrated the potential for high-level executive leadership in the field.


Application deadline: 10/01/2011
Selection announcement date: November 2011
Start date: 06/25/2012

Organization and Address: Saint Agnes Regional Medical Center
Send application to address below

Fresno, CA 93720
Attn: D'Anne Carpenter, Executive Director, Organization Learning and Development
Title and Number of Positions: Send applications to 34605 Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48331 attn. D'Anne Carpenter(1)
Qualifications: The fellowship is open to individuals holding a graduate degree in health care administration, business administration, mission services, ethics, and other related fields.
Term: one year
Description/Structure: The Trinity Health Fellowship Program is designed to provide an educational experience for individuals who are interested in management responsibilities in nonprofit multi-unit health care systems and who have demonstrated the potential for high-level executive leadership in the field.
Application deadline: 10/20/2008
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: 06/22/2009

  Sharp HealthCare
Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Jennifer Ritter, MPH, Sr. Workforce Planning Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications for the administrative fellowship program will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the start of the program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs.

• Resume • Essay (500 words or less) describing why and what you hope to gain from an administrative fellowship • Official Graduate School Transcripts (from all universities attended) • 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic) • Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below

Administrative Fellowship Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Please send completed applications to the name and address listed above. 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of two main focus areas and two elective areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will rotate between Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group.

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 12/01/2009
Selection announcement date: March 2010
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: David Heineman, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the end of the administrative fellowship program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs.  Applications must include:

• Resume

• Essay Question (500 words or less):

What practice or technology, from an industry outside health care, is currently not used (or used very little) in our own industry, but could have a large impact if applied?  Please discuss why it would be effective and how it would improve healthcare practices.  (A past example could be the adaptation of quality improvement processes, such as Six Sigma or Lean, from the manufacturing industry.)

• Official Graduate School Transcripts (from all universities attended)

• 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

• Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below

Administrative Fellowship Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Please send completed applications to:  

Sharp HealthCare
Attn: Jennifer Ritter
Sr. Workforce Planning Specialist
HR Operations
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of two main focus areas and two elective areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will rotate between Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group.

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 11/01/2010
Selection announcement date: February 2010
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Courtney Johnson, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the end of the administrative fellowship program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs.  Applications must include:

• Resume

• Essay Question (500 words or less):

What practice or technology, from an industry outside health care, is currently not used (or used very little) in our own industry, but could have a large impact if applied?  Please discuss why it would be effective and how it would improve healthcare practices.  (A past example could be the adaptation of quality improvement processes, such as Six Sigma or Lean, from the manufacturing industry.)

• Official Graduate School Transcripts (from all universities attended)

• 2 letters of recommendation (1 professional, 1 academic)

• Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below

Administrative Fellowship Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Please send completed applications to:  

Sharp HealthCare
Attn: Jennifer Ritter
Sr. Workforce Planning Specialist
HR Operations
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of focus areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will have the opportunity to work on projects within Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group. p>

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 11/01/2011
Selection announcement date: January 2012
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Michael De Castro, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the end of the administrative fellowship program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs. 

Applications must include:
Professional résume

Essay (500 words or less) 
Please discuss an innovative practice or technology that you feel is currently either underutilized or not used at all in health care, but could have a large impact if applied. Explain why it would be effective and how it would improve health care practices. You may use examples from other industries. (A past example would be the adaptation of quality improvement processes, such as Six Sigma or Lean, from the manufacturing industry.) Applicants whose essay exceeds the given word limit will not be considered.


Official graduate school transcripts (from all graduate studies programs)


Two letters of recommendation (one professional from a current or past work experience/internship — preferably health care related — and one academic from a professor, program advisor or program director); additional letters of recommendation will not be considered. Letters must be original (no copies) in a signed, sealed envelope addressed to the program manager, Jennifer Byers.

Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below.

 

Administrative Fellowship Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

 

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Email applications will not be accepted.  Only complete application packages will be accepted.

Please send completed applications to:  

 

Sharp HealthCare
Attn: Jennifer Byers
Program Manager-Workforce Development
HR Operations
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of focus areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will have the opportunity to work on projects within Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group.

Program Description
During the one-year Administrative Fellowship experience at Sharp HealthCare, the fellow becomes knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's mission, vision and values and the complexities of an integrated health care delivery system. The fellow will also become knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's relationship with its key constituents.
Through a variety of project work and interaction with numerous management leaders, the fellow will gain a comprehensive view of the health care profession. The fellow will have the opportunity to translate theory into practice, to participate in decision making at the executive level and to develop/test his or her professional values and skills. Individual fellowships are tailored to the fellow's needs and interests and to the recommendations of the preceptor at Sharp HealthCare, who serves as a mentor throughout the program.
The fellow will have exposure to factors affecting the operation of a large integrated health care system. This project-oriented program is extremely flexible allowing the fellow to work on desired focus areas and on projects, which match the interests of the individual in alignment with organizational needs. The fellow can gain exposure to multiple areas of Sharp HealthCare and will also participate in various management level meetings.

Candidate Qualifications: Applications for the administrative fellowship program will be accepted only from national postgraduate candidates and those graduate students whose program requires a fellowship prior to graduation. All coursework must be completed prior to the start of the fellowship program. Graduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA), health care administrative (MHA/MHSA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN) and other health-related accredited master's programs.

Qualities we look for in a candidate are: health care experience (at least one year); a strong academic record; strong communication skills (both oral and written) and leadership skills; ability to work on multiple projects at once; be flexible, intuitive and inventive; self-motivated and team oriented; conducts self in a professional manner; and knowledgeable about our health care organization.

Selection: After careful review of all application materials, a select number of qualified applicants will be contacted for telephone interviews in early-to-mid November. Selected applicants will be notified of the exact date and time. Upon completion of telephone interviews, top applicants will be invited to San Diego for onsite interviews that will be conducted in early December on Thursday December 13th, 2012 with senior leadership.

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 10/15/2012
Selection announcement date: 12/17/2012
Start date: July 2012

Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Romana Qassimyar, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the end of the administrative fellowship program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs. 

Applications must include:
Professional résume

Essay (500 words or less) 
Please discuss an innovative practice or technology that you feel is currently either underutilized or not used at all in health care, but could have a large impact if applied. Explain why it would be effective and how it would improve health care practices. You may use examples from other industries. (A past example would be the adaptation of quality improvement processes, such as Six Sigma or Lean, from the manufacturing industry.) Applicants whose essay exceeds the given word limit will not be considered.


Official graduate school transcripts (from all graduate studies programs)


Two letters of recommendation (one professional from a current or past work experience/internship — preferably health care related — and one academic from a professor, program advisor or program director); additional letters of recommendation will not be considered. Letters must be original (no copies) in a signed, sealed envelope addressed to the program manager, Jennifer Byers.

Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below.

 

Administrative Fellowship Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

 

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Email applications will not be accepted.  Only complete application packages will be accepted.

Please send completed applications to:  

 

Sharp HealthCare
Attn: Jennifer Byers
Program Manager-Workforce Development
HR Operations
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of focus areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will have the opportunity to work on projects within Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group.

Program Description
During the one-year Administrative Fellowship experience at Sharp HealthCare, the fellow becomes knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's mission, vision and values and the complexities of an integrated health care delivery system. The fellow will also become knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's relationship with its key constituents.
Through a variety of project work and interaction with numerous management leaders, the fellow will gain a comprehensive view of the health care profession. The fellow will have the opportunity to translate theory into practice, to participate in decision making at the executive level and to develop/test his or her professional values and skills. Individual fellowships are tailored to the fellow's needs and interests and to the recommendations of the preceptor at Sharp HealthCare, who serves as a mentor throughout the program.
The fellow will have exposure to factors affecting the operation of a large integrated health care system. This project-oriented program is extremely flexible allowing the fellow to work on desired focus areas and on projects, which match the interests of the individual in alignment with organizational needs. The fellow can gain exposure to multiple areas of Sharp HealthCare and will also participate in various management level meetings.

Candidate Qualifications: Applications for the administrative fellowship program will be accepted only from national postgraduate candidates and those graduate students whose program requires a fellowship prior to graduation. All coursework must be completed prior to the start of the fellowship program. Graduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA), health care administrative (MHA/MHSA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN) and other health-related accredited master's programs.

Qualities we look for in a candidate are: health care experience (at least one year); a strong academic record; strong communication skills (both oral and written) and leadership skills; ability to work on multiple projects at once; be flexible, intuitive and inventive; self-motivated and team oriented; conducts self in a professional manner; and knowledgeable about our health care organization.

Selection: After careful review of all application materials, a select number of qualified applicants will be contacted for telephone interviews in early-to-mid November. Selected applicants will be notified of the exact date and time. Upon completion of telephone interviews, top applicants will be invited to San Diego for onsite interviews that will be conducted in early December with senior leadership.  Dates TBD.

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 10/15/2013
Selection announcement date: December 2013
Start date: July 2014

Organization and Address: Sharp HealthCare
8695 Spectrum Ctr. Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Daniel Nimoy, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted from post graduate candidates who have earned or will have earned their degree by the end of the administrative fellowship program. Postgraduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA) with an emphasis in healthcare management, health care administration (MHA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN), and other health related masters programs. 

Applications must include:
Professional résume

Essay (500 words or less) 
Please discuss an innovative practice or technology that you feel is currently either underutilized or not used at all in health care, but could have a large impact if applied. Explain why it would be effective and how it would improve health care practices. You may use examples from other industries. (A past example would be the adaptation of quality improvement processes, such as Six Sigma or Lean, from the manufacturing industry.) Applicants whose essay exceeds the given word limit will not be considered.


Official graduate school transcripts (from all graduate studies programs)


Two letters of recommendation (one professional from a current or past work experience/internship — preferably health care related — and one academic from a professor, program advisor or program director); additional letters of recommendation will not be considered. Letters must be original (no copies) in a signed, sealed envelope addressed to the program manager, Jennifer Byers.

Identify four areas of professional focus (two areas are elective) for the fellowship listed below.

 

Focus Areas: – Financial Management – Information Systems – Marketing/Public Relations – Foundation – Integrated Delivery System Management – Strategic Planning/Business Development – Medical Group Management – Quality Management – Hospital Operations – Health Plan Operations – Employee/Labor Relations & Workforce Development – Government and Policy Development – Women’s Care – Mental Health

 

Applications must be received by the stated application deadline in ONE complete package. Email applications will not be accepted.  Only complete application packages will be accepted.

Please send completed applications to:  

 

Sharp HealthCare
Attn: Jennifer Byers
Program Manager-Workforce Development
HR Operations
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

As an outstanding healthcare organization Sharp has much to offer master’s prepared individuals who are committed to a career in healthcare administration. The Sharp Experience encompasses the culture of Sharp’s commitment to excellence, the desire to share best practices and learning experiences. The fundamental purpose of the program is to provide the Administrative Fellow with practical experience through direct exposure to and active participation in a variety of administrative activities in preparation for leadership opportunities. The learning experience is designed to foster the development of outstanding masters-prepared individuals committed to a career in health care administration. The program is project orientated and will consist of focus areas all of which will be chosen by the fellow. Through the one year term the fellow will have the opportunity to work on projects within Sharp’s five main hospitals and the medical group.

Program Description
During the one-year Administrative Fellowship experience at Sharp HealthCare, the fellow becomes knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's mission, vision and values and the complexities of an integrated health care delivery system. The fellow will also become knowledgeable about Sharp HealthCare's relationship with its key constituents.
Through a variety of project work and interaction with numerous management leaders, the fellow will gain a comprehensive view of the health care profession. The fellow will have the opportunity to translate theory into practice, to participate in decision making at the executive level and to develop/test his or her professional values and skills. Individual fellowships are tailored to the fellow's needs and interests and to the recommendations of the preceptor at Sharp HealthCare, who serves as a mentor throughout the program.
The fellow will have exposure to factors affecting the operation of a large integrated health care system. This project-oriented program is extremely flexible allowing the fellow to work on desired focus areas and on projects, which match the interests of the individual in alignment with organizational needs. The fellow can gain exposure to multiple areas of Sharp HealthCare and will also participate in various management level meetings.

Candidate Qualifications: Applications for the administrative fellowship program will be accepted only from national postgraduate candidates and those graduate students whose program requires a fellowship prior to graduation. All coursework must be completed prior to the start of the fellowship program. Graduate degrees eligible for the program are: business administration (MBA), health care administrative (MHA/MHSA), public health (MPH), nursing (MSN) and other health-related accredited master's programs.

Qualities we look for in a candidate are: health care experience (at least two years); a strong academic record; strong communication skills (both oral and written) and leadership skills; ability to work on multiple projects at once; be flexible, intuitive and inventive; self-motivated and team oriented; conducts self in a professional manner; and knowledgeable about our health care organization.

Selection: After careful review of all application materials, a select number of qualified applicants will be contacted for telephone interviews in mid November. Selected applicants will be notified of the exact date and time. Upon completion of telephone interviews, top applicants will then be interviewed again for final selection to come onsite to San Diego that will be conducted in early January with senior leadership.  Dates TBD.

For further information please visit our website. http://www.sharp.com/professionals/administrative-fellowship-program/


Application deadline: 11/01/2014
Selection announcement date: January 2015
Start date: July 2015

  St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
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Title and Number of Positions: ()
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Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Barbara Darling, Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicant must have a master’s degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study.
Term: One year
Description/Structure: The administrative fellowship at St. Joseph Health System – Sonoma County provides a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team. This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, strategic and project management activities. The fellow will report to the Chief Executive Officer. Please e-mail, fax or mail a current resume, two letters of reference and a brief summary describing your interests in the Administrative Fellowship.
Application deadline: 01/31/2010
Selection announcement date: April 2010
Start date: July 2010

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: ,
Title and Number of Positions: ()
Qualifications:
Term:
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Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Barbara Darling, Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Master's degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study by June, 2011

Term: one year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Health System is an integrated Catholic healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.  Our Sonoma County region, comprised of two acute care hospitals, Santa Rosa Memorial and Petaluma Valley Hospital, three hospice programs, three urgent care centers and various off-site facilities, will be offering a fellowship opportunity for fiscal year 2011-2012.

 

The administrative fellowship at St. Joseph Health System – Sonoma County will provide a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team.  This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, strategic and project management activities. 

 

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter, current resume, and two letters of recommendation to barbara.darling@stjoe.org.

 


Application deadline: 11/19/2010
Selection announcement date: 01/14/2011
Start date: 07/01/2011

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Barbara Darling, Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicant must possess a master’s degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study by June, 2012

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) is an integrated Catholic healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.   Our Sonoma County region, comprised of two acute care hospitals, Santa Rosa Memorial and Petaluma Valley Hospital, three hospice programs, three urgent care centers and various off-site facilities will be offering a fellowship opportunity for fiscal year 2012-2013.

The administrative fellowship at St. Joseph Health System – Sonoma County will provide a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team.  This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, strategic and project management activities. 

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, a current resume, and two scanned letters of recommendation to barbara.darling@stjoe.org.


Application deadline: 11/01/2011
Selection announcement date: 01/06/2012
Start date: 07/01/2012

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Barbara Darling, Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

Applicant must possess a master’s degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study by June, 2013

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) is an integrated Catholic healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.   We will be offering two Fellowship opportunities at our Northern California hospitals for fiscal year 2013-2014.  One position will be in our Sonoma region, comprised of two acute care hospitals, Santa Rosa Memorial and Petaluma Valley Hospital.  The other opportunity will be in our Napa region at Queen of the Valley Hospital.

The administrative fellowships at each ministry will provide a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team.  This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, strategic and project management activities. 

Interviews will be held October through November 2012 for qualified applicants.

To apply, please email your cover letter, a current resume, and two scanned letters of recommendation to barbara.darling@stjoe.org.


Application deadline: 09/28/2012
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2012
Start date: 07/01/2013

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health System - Sonoma County
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Alexandria Sumich, Regional Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

Applicant must possess a master’s degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study by June, 2014

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) is an integrated Catholic healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.   We will be offering Fellowship opportunities at our Northern California hospitals for fiscal year 2014-2015. 

 The administrative fellowships at each ministry will provide a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team.  This one-year program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, strategic and project management activities. 

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, a current resume, and two scanned letters of recommendation to alexandria.sumich@stjoe.org. We will not be requesting transcripts at this stage of the process.


Application deadline: 09/30/2013
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2013
Start date: 07/01/2014

  St. Joseph Health- Northern California Region
Organization and Address: St. Joseph Health- Northern California Region
1165 Montgomery Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Attn: Carrie Julius, Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(3)
Qualifications:

Applicant must possess a master’s degree in Health Services Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field of study by June, 2015

Term: One year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) is an integrated Catholic healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.   We will be offering Fellowship opportunities at our Northern California hospitals for fiscal year 2015-2016.

The administrative fellowships at each ministry will provide a unique opportunity for a qualified individual to work in a highly respected, values-based organization working directly with members of the senior leadership team.  This one-year, rotational program is designed to cultivate leaders in the field of healthcare through exposure to a wide range of operational, financial, strategic and project management activities. 

The most promising applicants are individuals who demonstrate leadership skills, superior academic performance and relevant work experience related to healthcare.  Candidates must be able to work independently, have strong analytical skills and are self-starters, with strong organizational and time management skills.  Excellent candidates will be knowledgeable of past and current health industry perspective and possess the ability to balance multiple projects and tasks. 

To apply, please send in one e-mail your cover letter, an unofficial graduate school transcript, a current resume, and two scanned letters of recommendation (one from a graduate school professor and the other from a non-school related source) to carrie.julius@stjoe.org

If you have questions for our current Fellows, please feel free to contact them:

Morgan Jolley (Napa Ministry)
Email: morgan.jolley@stjoe.org
Phone: (707) 299-8466

Michelle Kantor (Sonoma Ministry)
Email: michelle.kantor@stjoe.org
Phone: (707) 292-5062

 


Application deadline: 09/30/2014
Selection announcement date: Within 1 week of onsite interviews
Start date: July, 2015

  St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
Organization and Address: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
500 South Main Street
Suite 1000
Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Cheryl Holmes, Executive Assistant to the CEO
Title and Number of Positions: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Qualifications:
St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is looking for highly motivated, self-driven individuals interested in Health Care Management and Administration. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and must possess (or have obtained by the start date) a Master's Degree in Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Health Care Administration, Management, Public Health, Public Policy, or other equivalently relevant degrees from an accredited graduate program.  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 values of the organization. 

The most promising applicants are master’s prepared individuals who demonstrate
leadership skills, superior academic performance and relevant work experience
related to healthcare.  Successful fellows project maturity, professionalism and initiative.  Candidates are typically self-starters, with strong organizational and time management skills who are knowledgeable of past and current health industry  perspective and possess the ability to balance multiple projects and tasks.  They are
team players with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and an independent work initiative,  trong judgment and professional demeanor with the ability to work successfully with resources at all levels.

 

Term: One (1) Year
Description/Structure:

Description/Structure: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare (SJHH) is part of St. Joseph Health, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in the western United States, operating various medical groups and hospitals throughout California, Texas and parts of New Mexico.  St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is located in California and serves "to extend the healing ministry of Jesus in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange by continually improving the health and quality of life of people in the communities we serve".

Curriculum: 
This Fellowship Program has been designed to provide an open environment in which a fellow can obtain hands-on experience in the world of ambulatory healthcare management at the SJHH administrative office in Orange, CA. The Administrative Fellow will work directly with the SJHH Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), who will serve as the primary preceptor and will provide guidance and feedback on projects and opportunities. Over the course of the year, the Administrative Fellow will have the opportunity to formally meet with and hear from some of the senior leaders at SJHH as well as sit in on executive management meetings, while tackling various inter-departmental projects. Throughout their time, the Fellow will gain insight into the inner-workings of SJHH and how its work is realized in the surrounding community.

Application Process:

Materials: All interested applicants must submit:

  • a current résumé with cover letter
  • a one-page personal statement which outlines the
    rationale behind your decision to enter a career in healthcare and why the applicant is specifically interested in pursuing a fellowship at St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
  • a sealed copy of applicant's graduate school transcript,
    verifying a minimum GPA of 3.5 out of a 4.0 scale
  • 3 letters of recommendation.  The recommendation letters should be a combination of academic and professional references submitted in sealed envelopes, on letterhead


Applications will only be considered when all requested materials are received on or before the deadline date. 


Application deadline: 09/01/2014
Selection announcement date: 10/27/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015; when master's program has been completed if progra

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
500 South Main Street
Suite 1000
Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Cheryl Holmes, Executive Assistant to the CEO
Title and Number of Positions: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Qualifications:
St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is looking for highly motivated, self-driven individuals interested in Health Care Management and Administration. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and must possess (or have obtained by the start date) a Master's Degree in Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Health Care Administration, Management, Public Health, Public Policy, or other equivalently relevant degrees from an accredited graduate program.  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 values of the organization. 

The most promising applicants are master’s prepared individuals who demonstrate
leadership skills, superior academic performance and relevant work experience
related to healthcare.  Successful fellows project maturity, professionalism and initiative.  Candidates are typically self-starters, with strong organizational and time management skills who are knowledgeable of past and current health industry  perspective and possess the ability to balance multiple projects and tasks.  They are
team players with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and an independent work initiative,  trong judgment and professional demeanor with the ability to work successfully with resources at all levels.

 

Term: One (1) Year
Description/Structure:

Description/Structure: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare (SJHH) is part of St. Joseph Health, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in the western United States, operating various medical groups and hospitals throughout California, Texas and parts of New Mexico.  St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is located in California and serves "to extend the healing ministry of Jesus in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange by continually improving the health and quality of life of people in the communities we serve".

Curriculum: 
This Fellowship Program has been designed to provide an open environment in which a fellow can obtain hands-on experience in the world of ambulatory healthcare management at the SJHH administrative office in Orange, CA. The Administrative Fellow will work directly with the SJHH Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), who will serve as the primary preceptor and will provide guidance and feedback on projects and opportunities. Over the course of the year, the Administrative Fellow will have the opportunity to formally meet with and hear from some of the senior leaders at SJHH as well as sit in on executive management meetings, while tackling various inter-departmental projects. Throughout their time, the Fellow will gain insight into the inner-workings of SJHH and how its work is realized in the surrounding community.

Application Process:

Materials: All interested applicants must submit:

  • a current résumé with cover letter
  • a one-page personal statement which outlines the
    rationale behind your decision to enter a career in healthcare and why the applicant is specifically interested in pursuing a fellowship at St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
  • a sealed copy of applicant's graduate school transcript,
    verifying a minimum GPA of 3.5 out of a 4.0 scale
  • 3 letters of recommendation.  The recommendation letters should be a combination of academic and professional references submitted in sealed envelopes, on letterhead


Applications will only be considered when all requested materials are received on or before the deadline date. 


Application deadline: 08/01/2014
Selection announcement date: 10/15/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015; when master's program has been completed if progra

Organization and Address: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare
500 South Main Street
Suite 1000
Orange, CA 92868
Attn: Cheryl Holmes, Executive Assistant
Title and Number of Positions: St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is looking for highly motivated, self-driven individuals interested in Health Care Management and Administration. Applicants must have (or have obtained by the start date) a Master's Degree in Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Health Care Administration, Management, Public Health, Public Policy, or other equivalently relevant degrees from an accredited graduate program.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare (SJHH) is part of St. Joseph Health, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in the western United States, operating various medical groups and hospitals throughout California, Texas and parts of New Mexico.  St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare is located in California and serves "to extend the healing ministry of Jesus in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange by continually improving the health and quality of life of people in the communities we serve". This Fellowship Program seeks to provide an open environment in which a fellow can obtain hands-on experience in the world of ambulatory healthcare management at the SJHH administrative office in Orange, CA. The Administrative Fellow will work directly with the SJHH Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), who will serve as the primary preceptor and will provide guidance and feedback on projects and opportunities. Over the course of the year, the Administrative Fellow will have the opportunity to formally meet and hear from some of the senior leaders at SJHH (one-on-one) and sit in on executive management meetings while tackling various inter-departmental projects. Throughout their time in the fellowship, the Fellow will gain insight into the inner-workings of SJHH and how its work is realized in the surrounding community.


Application deadline: 10/01/2013
Selection announcement date: 12/15/2012
Start date: 07/02/2014

  Stanford Children's Health | Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford
Organization and Address: Stanford Children's Health | Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford
4100 Bohannon Drive, 1st Floor
Leadership Dev & Educ, M/C 5544
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Attn: Sheri Salamone, MA, MHSA,
Title and Number of Positions: 1-Yr Paid Administrative Fellowship w/Chief Strategy Officer, Exec. Dir. of Leadership Dev, and CEO(1)
Qualifications:

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford seeks a recent graduate of a graduate program in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Public Health, or related area to fill its full-time, paid Administrative Fellow (AF) position with the Chief Strategy Officer, Executive Director, Leadership Development & Education, and Chief Executive Officer for one year.

Job Requirements include a) pending or recent graduate of an accredited graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business Administration, or related field; b) experience as an employee, volunteer, or intern at a children’s hospital or healthcare institution is preferred; c) Bachelor’s Degree; d) skills in managing time, conflict, and stress effectively in a work setting.

To apply, email the following BY FEBRUARY 15, 2010 to address below: letter of interest and resume. Please have two references from recent work or learning send a letter of support directly to Jane Binger, EdD, C/O Ms. Sheri Salamone, MA, MHSA, Denham Services, ssalamone@lpch.org.

Term: one year fixed term
Description/Structure:

Our Administrative Fellowship gives an individual exposure to children's healthcare leadership as well as provides an opportunity to apply knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences in one domain of the hospital.   In 2010, the domain of focus is Strategy, Business Development, Physician Organization Development, Communications, Marketing, and Community Partnerships.  Fellowship experiences include:  a) Mentoring by the CSO, EDLD, CEO, and other Senior Managers;  b) Attendance as a participant or observer at meetings at all levels of the organization, e.g., Board, Senior Executives Cabinet, Management Forum,  c) Visits in key Hospital Departments and meetings with Strategic Partners; d) Development of or participation in projects, such as network and program development; leadership; development of multi-million dollar clinical and master planning initiatives; education for physician leaders and senior management; development of a Physician Organization; and management of Centers of Excellence with national pre-eminence in Neonatal/Maternal-Fetal Care, Heart, Cancer and Blood Diseases, Brain and Behavior, Transplantation, and Pulmonary and Cystic Fibrosis; e) Completion of a project on a topic mutually agreed upon by the AF and the EDLD; f) Readings, and g) Participation at one meeting of a national or state association focusing on children's health.

 

 


Application deadline: 02/15/2010
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: By Arrangement. Winter, 2010 is preferred

Organization and Address: Stanford Children's Health | Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford
4100 Bohannon Drive, 1st Floor
Leadership Dev & Educ, M/C 5544
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Attn: Sheri Salamone, Physician Leadership Education Mngr
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowshop - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford(1)
Qualifications:

FELLOWSHIP

Start Date:  By Arrangement

 Seeking Applicants for:    Paid, 1-Year Administrative Fellowship with Chief Operating Officer; Vice President, Clinical Services; Executive Director of Leadership Development & Education; and Chief Executive Office.

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford seeks a recent graduate of a graduate program in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Public Health, or related area to fill its full-time, paid Administrative Fellow (AF) position with the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President, Clinical Services; Executive Director, Leadership Development & Education; and Chief Executive Officer for one year. 

 Sponsors:   

Jane Binger, EdD, Executive Director Leadership Development (EDLD) (Supervisor)

Susan Flanagan, Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Owen Aurelio, Vice President, Clinical Services (VPCS)

Christopher G. Dawes, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Job Requirements include a) recent graduate of an accredited graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business Administration, or related field; b) experience as an employee, consultant, volunteer, or intern at a children’s hospital or healthcare institution is preferred; c) skills in managing time, stress, and conflict effectively in a work setting.

To Apply:  Please send the following to the address below BY DECEMBER 31, 2011.

Letter of interest.  Resume.  Send 2 references from recent work or learning and a letter of support directly to Jane Binger, EdD, C/O Ms. Sheri Salamone, MA, MHSA, Denham Services, ssalamone@lpch.org

Term: 1-Year Fixed Term
Description/Structure:

Setting:  Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford is a non-profit, academic hospital affiliated with the Stanford University School of Medicine.  Our Mission is to serve our communities as an internationally-recognized pediatric and obstetric hospital that:  advances family-centered care, fosters innovation, translates discoveries, educates health care providers and leaders, and advocates on behalf of children and expectant mothers.  Our main facility is located next to  Stanford University Hospital on the Stanford University Campus.  In addition, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital operates three satellite facilities.  We have 311 licensed beds, 824 members on our Medical Staff, and 3,429 Employees and Volunteers.  In 2009, 12,815 discharges characterized our Hospital along with 139,329 Clinic visits and 4,759 births.  We have a $800M operating budget.  For more information, please go to www.lpch.org     

Our Administrative Fellowship gives an individual exposure to children's healthcare leadership as well as provides an opportunity to apply knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences in one domain of the hospital.   The next Fellowship domain of focus is Operations (Patient Care Services, Clinical Services, Ambulatory Services, General Services, Human Resources, and Hospital Transformation).  The Fellowship experiences include:  a) Mentoring by the EDLD, COO, VPCS, CEO, and other Senior Managers;  b) Attendance as a participant or observer at meetings at all levels of the organization, e.g., Board, Senior Executives Cabinet, Management Forum,  c) Visits in key Hospital Departments and meetings with Strategic Partners; d) Development of or participation in initiatives related to a few of the following areas:  Family centered care, "Green LPCH," care model redesign, Packard Quality Management System, construction of our new facility, cost/value management, education for physician and senior administrative leaders, and management of our Centers of Excellence (COE).  COEs include:  Neonatal/Maternal-Fetal Care, Heart, Cancer and Blood Diseases, Brain and Behavior, Transplantation, and Pulmonary and Cystic Fibrosis; e) Completion of a project on a topic mutually agreed upon by the AF and the EDLD; f) Readings, and g) Participation at one meeting of a national or state association focusing on children's health.

 


Application deadline: 12/31/2011
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

Organization and Address: Stanford Children's Health | Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford
4100 Bohannon Drive, 1st Floor
Leadership Dev & Educ, M/C 5544
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Attn: Dennis Kang, Manager, Graduate Medical Education Programs
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship - Stanford Children's Health|Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford(1)
Qualifications:

Start Date:  Summer 2015

Seeking Applicants for:  Paid, 1-Year Administrative Fellowship

Eligibility: a) Recent graduate of an accredited graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business Administration, or related field; b) Experience as an employee, consultant, volunteer, or intern at a children’s hospital or healthcare institution is preferred; c) Skills in managing time, stress, and conflict effectively in a work setting.

To apply, please submit an online application at http://www.lpchcareers.com with the reference Job Code 2943. Please upload the following documents as part of your online application:

  • Resume/CV
  • Letter of interest outlining career interests

If you advance beyond the first round of interviews, the following will be requested in hardcopy:

  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (at least one professional, one academic)
  • Official transcript of completed undergraduate coursework
  • Official transcript of completed graduate coursework
Term: 1-Year Fixed Term
Description/Structure:

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford is the heart and soul of Stanford Children’s Health. Nationally ranked and internationally recognized, our 311-bed hospital is devoted entirely to pediatrics and obstetrics. Our six centers of excellence provide comprehensive services and deep expertise in key obstetric and pediatric areas: brain & behavior, cancer, heart, pregnancy & newborn, pulmonary and transplant. We also provide an additional, wide range of services for babies, kids and pregnant moms.

The Administrative Fellow Program (AFP) is a paid, one-year post-graduate experience designed to give an individual exposure to children's healthcare leadership as well as provide an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences within the hospital. The AFP contributes to the growth and development of future healthcare administrators. The Administrative Fellow (AF) has responsibility for a) collaborating in a Mentoring relationship with the Executive Director of Leadership Development & Education (EDLD), Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and other Senior Managers (SM); b) Participating and/or observing at meetings at all levels of the organization, e.g., Board, Senior Executives Cabinet, Management Forum, Department c) Visiting key Hospital Departments and observing selected meetings with Strategic Partners to become familiar with strategy, workflow, problem solving, and development of relationships at the enterprise; d) Developing or participating in projects, such as network and program development; leadership; development of multi-million dollar clinical and master planning initiatives; education for physician leaders and senior management; development of a Physician Organization; and management of Centers of Excellence with national pre-eminence in Neonatal/Maternal-Fetal Care, Heart, Cancer and Blood Diseases, Brain and Behavior, Transplantation, and Pulmonary and Cystic Fibrosis; e) Completing a project on a topic mutually agreed upon by the AF, EDLD, and CSO; f) completing relevant Readings, and g) Participating at one meeting of a national or state association focusing on children's health.


Application deadline: 12/31/2014
Selection announcement date: 03/01/2015
Start date: Summer 2015

  Stanford Hospital & Clinics
Organization and Address: Stanford Hospital & Clinics
300 Pasteur Drive MC5513

Stanford, CA 94305
Attn: Reina Loyola, MPA, Senior Employment Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program - Stanford Hospital & Clinics(1)
Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications

 

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.

 

Education:

 

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Actively pursuing Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

 

  • Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health Experience: None required License/Certification: None

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

 

These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification.

 

  • Knowledge of current healthcare industry trends
    • Ability to communicate effectively at all organizational levels and in situations requiring instructing, persuading, negotiating, conflict resolution, consulting and advising, as well as flawless written communication
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with widely diverse groups, including individuals at all levels both within and outside the organization
    • Ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively in a team or independent setting
    • Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, work independently and meet deadlines
    • Ability to provide leadership and influence others
    • Ability to establish and maintain an effective work relationship with the senior leadership of the hospital
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
    • Ability to use insight and feedback from mentors, peers, and clients to identify areas for professional development
    • Skill in managing time, stress, and conflict effectively in a work setting
    • High-level of analytical and problem solving skills
    • Project management skills including the ability to plan, organize, and facilitate projects with complex scope and deliverables

 

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions

 

The Physical Requirements and Working Conditions in which the job is typically performed are available from the Occupational Health Department. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Term: 1 Year
Description/Structure:

Stanford Hospital & Clinics – Administrative Fellowship Program Overview

 

 Overview                                                                                                                                                                       

 

The Administrative Fellow Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is a one-year leadership development program that provides comprehensive training to aspiring healthcare leaders within a world-renowned academic medical center.  Through meaningful project work and interactions with senior leaders, the Fellow will gain in-depth exposure to areas such clinical operations, finance,

IT, human resources, planning, network growth, and facilities redesign.  The program provides opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within the academic medicine model, and supports the fellow’s interest in area(s) of expertise/experience.  Upon completion of the program, Administrative Fellows will be prepared with the necessary tools and experience to assume a leadership position in a variety of healthcare settings. 

 

The Administrative Fellow is a key member of the Service Excellence Team and will have the flexibility to work in other areas of interest.  The Fellow will have the formal mentor relationships with the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating Officer as well as other senior leaders throughout the Stanford Medicine Health System.  

 

One fellow is accepted each year with an anticipated start in June and is expected to complete the 12-month program.  The fellow will also participate in a formal performance goal setting process with their mentor, and will meet often with mentors to discuss how the fellowship experience is aligning with the fellows’ long-term goals.

 

 Eligibility                                                                                                                                                                        

 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program who are Masters-prepared in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

 

  •  Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration/ Public Administration
  •  Business Administration
  •  Public Health

 

Applicants must complete their Master’s degree prior to start date of employment (June 2015)

Additional requirements are included within the Administrative Fellow performance profile (see Performance Profile section).

 

 Submission Requirements                                                                                                                                                 

 

All applicants are required to submit the following documentation and adhere to the application deadline listed below.

All attachments must be in Word or PDF format:

a. Go to “Site Search” on the upper right- hand corner of the page and type in “Administrative Fellow” and search. Select “I

Agree” on the CICARE Philosophy page.

b. Click on “Administrative Fellow – SHC” directly below the “Start Job Search” box in red, on the right hand side of the page.

This will take you to the job description and program overview page.

c. Click on “Apply for This Job” – You need to create a username and password, if you have never created a profile or applied to any SHC positions.  If you have previously applied to SHC positions, you may use the same log-in information.

d. Complete and review your online application and answer all questions as applicable.

e. Click Submit” and upload the required documents to complete the application process.

f. “Add” selected documents and complete the online assessment questions.  Please note that you will not be able to upload any documents unless you have submitted the application form.

 

Documents to be provided in hardcopy by 11:59 PM on Monday, September 1, 2014

  • Current resume or curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement (1-2 pages) that outlines career objectives and interest in pursuing a fellowship position at Stanford Hospital

& Clinics

  • Two (2) letters of recommendation (faculty recommendation from current Masters program, professional recommendation)
  • Official transcript of undergraduate coursework (clear and legible attachment required)
  • Official transcript of graduate coursework to date (clear and legible attachment required)

 

Please mail hardcopy documents to:

 

Mary Ann Lim - Project Coordinator, Patient Experience Programs

Administrative Fellow Program

Stanford Hospital & Clinics

300 Pasteur Drive, H3253

Stanford, CA 94305

 

Application Deadline

September 1, 2014

Review of Applications

September 2- September 14, 2014

Phone Interviews

September 15 -22, 2014

On-site Interviews

September 29, 2014 – October 1, 2014

Selection Announcement

October 3, 2014

Start Date

June 2015 (Negotiable)

 

 About Stanford Hospital & Clinics                                                                                                                                                                                    

 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks to serve humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time, through its commitment to care, educate, and discover.  As a part of Stanford University, the medical center has helped transform healthcare—using the first linear accelerator for radiation therapy, discovering a targeted cancer treatment for lymphoma, conducting the world’s first heart- lung transplant, pioneering the field of angioplasty, and garnering five Nobel prizes to date.  Stanford Hospital & Clinics continues to be a leader in quality, safety and service, and its programs are consistently ranked amongst the very best in the nation.  Stanford is considered amongst the most advanced healthcare systems in its use of information technology, and is building a new hospital incorporating innovations in design and technology.

 

Mission

 

To care, to educate, to discover

 

Vision

 

Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time

 

About Stanford Hospital

 

Stanford Hospital provides both general acute care services and tertiary medical care for patients locally, nationally and internationally. The hospital's mission is to provide excellent care for its patients who live close by, as well as for those who come from afar for treatment of complex disorders. Organ transplantation, cancer diagnosis and treatment, cardiovascular medicine and surgery, and neurosciences are clinical specialties of worldwide renown.

 

As the primary teaching hospital for the Stanford University School of Medicine, the hospital plays a key role in the training of physicians and other medical professionals. It provides a clinical environment for the medical school's researchers as they study ways to translate new knowledge into effective patient care. Full-time faculty and community physicians make up the hospital medical staff.

 

About Stanford Clinics

 

Stanford Clinics, the group practice of most faculty physicians of Stanford University School of Medicine. Their areas of expertise range from primary care to the most advanced medical and surgical specialties.

 

Stanford Clinics offer more than 100 specialty and subspecialty service areas. Under the supervision of faculty physicians, Stanford medical students and residents participate in patient care in most specialties.

 

University Healthcare Alliance

 

University Healthcare Alliance is a premier healthcare network of high quality community physicians and IPA delivering Stanford excellence in the community.

 

Location:

 

The main campus for Stanford Hospital & Clinics is located on the northern end of the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California. The hospital is about 20 miles north of San Jose, and about 40 miles south of San Francisco.


 

 

 

Designations & Recognitions

 

U.S. News & World Report

Stanford Hospital & Clinics programs consistently ranked as the very best in the nation.

 

Magnet Recognition

Stanford Hospital is one of the few hospitals in the country to be designated a Magnet Hospital by the American Nursing

Credentialing Center (ANCC). Only 7 percent of the nation’s hospitals have achieved the prestigious Magnet distinction, widely recognized as the pinnacle of nursing excellence.

 

Leapfrog

Recognized for our performance in crucial areas of patient safety, quality and efficiency, Stanford was named a top hospital by the

Leapfrog Group, an organization representing the nation’s leading large employers.

 

American College of Surgeons

Stanford Hospital is the only Level 1 Trauma Center between San Francisco and San Jose, a recognition by the American College of

Surgeons of our Emergency Department team’s ability to treat the most severe and complex cases.

 

Leading Edge and Coordinated Care

 

Discovery and Translation

  • 5 Nobel Prizes in Life Science / Medicine
  • Breakthroughs in genetic / DNA modeling
  • Paved the way for the invention of the MRI
  • Development of the first Linear Accelerator for cancer radiation treatment
  • Development of the Cyberknife for stereotactic radiosurgery
  • Pioneering cardiac surgery with the U.S.’ first heart transplant and the world’s first heart-lung transplant
  • Development of balloon angioplasty approaches
  • Groundbreaking cancer treatment through the use of monoclonal antibodies
  • Minimally invasive brain tumor surgery

 

HIMSS

Stanford was the 4th hospital in the U.S. to achieve “Stage 7” designation, the highest possible distinction in electronic medical

record implementation, from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.

 

Hospitals & Health Networks - Most Wired

Hospitals & Health Networks magazine has recognized Stanford Hospital as one of the nation’s Most Wired and US News & World

Report recognized the hospital as one of 118 Most Connected hospitals.


 

 

 

Performance Profile:  Administrative Fellow

 

The Administrative Fellow Program (AFP) at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is designed to promote the growth and development of future healthcare leaders.  The Administrative Fellow Program (AFP) is a paid, one-year post-graduate experience designed to give an individual exposure to healthcare leadership as well as provide an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences within the hospital. The program is largely project based and is intended to provide

opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within the academic medicine model, and support the fellow’s interest and area of expertise/experience. The AFP develops or participates in projects, such as network and program development; leadership; development of multi-million dollar clinical and master planning initiatives; education for physician leaders and senior management. Projects assigned to the fellow may include topics or areas such as clinical operations, finance, IT, human resources, planning, network growth, facilities redesign, or other needs as identified by the organization. The program sponsors and mentors will work closely with the administrative fellow to align interest and need and the fellow is responsible for completing a project on a topic mutually agreed upon.

 

Essential Functions

The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned. Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients’ rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings.  Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Service Standards of the Hospital(s).

 

  • Participates and leads ongoing planning and execution of projects as assigned by the mentor/preceptor and members of the executive team.
  • Visits key hospital departments and observes selected meetings with strategic partners to become familiar with strategy, workflow, problem solving, and development of relationships at the enterprise.
  • Obtains, analyzes, synthesizes and interprets industry and institutional data, as well as market utilization and financial data.

Assists in obtaining and evaluating benchmark data.

  • Performs independent analysis of operational, financial and statistical information related to project work.
  • Assists with the planning and facilitation of improvement projects and presents, disseminates findings.
  • Attends and participates in management meetings at the instruction of senior management
    • Participates in rotations, as selected, in the following areas in order to identify a) key players, their roles, and outputs at all levels of the area; b) relationship and contribution of the area to the hospital, as a whole; c) actions taken to address issues and challenges in the area; d) management of staff-client relations; e) methods of formal and informal assessment of area’s effectiveness; f) resources and their management; and g) governance and leadership
    • Researches, designs, and produces projects that involve Senior Management, Physician Leaders, all levels of the organization, and patients and families.
  • Maintains a current knowledge of emerging healthcare challenges facing hospitals and healthcare systems nationally.

Application deadline: 09/01/2014
Selection announcement date: 10/03/2014
Start date: June 2015 (Negotiable)

Organization and Address: Stanford Hospital & Clinics
300 Pasteur Drive MC5513

Stanford, CA 94305
Attn: Reina Loyola, Senior Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Stanford Hospital & Clinics – Administrative Fellowship Program(1)
Qualifications:

 Eligibility

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program who are Masters-prepared in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Hospital Administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Applicants must complete their Master’s degree prior to start date of employment (June 2014)

Additional requirements are included within the Administrative Fellow performance profile (see Performance Profile section).

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Overview

The Administrative Fellow Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is designed to promote the growth and development of future healthcare leaders.  The program is largely project based and is intended to provide opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within the academic medicine model, and support the fellow’s interest and area of expertise/experience.

The administrative fellow will work mainly with the Performance Excellence department.    The Performance Excellence is a team of performance improvement professionals who work closely with operational and clinical executives to lead and implement high-impact improvement initiatives across the organization.  The performance improvement methodology used throughout Stanford Hospital & Clinics is based upon Lean and Toyota Production System principles.  Fellows will have the opportunity to become trained and apply these improvement and project management methodologies throughout their experience.

Projects assigned to the fellow may include topics or areas such as clinical operations, finance, IT, human resources, planning, network growth, facilities redesign, or other needs as identified by the organization.  The program sponsors and mentors will work closely with the administrative fellow to align interest and need.

One fellow is accepted each year with an anticipated start in June and is expected to complete the 12 month program.  The fellow will also participate in a formal performance goal setting process with their mentor and receive written feedback twice during the 12 month period (mid-year, year-end).  Informal feedback and coaching sessions will occur throughout the fellowship program. 

Submission Requirements 

POSITION IS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AND WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 

All applicants are required to submit the following documentation and adhere to the application deadline listed below. All attachments must be in Word or PDF format:

a. Go to “Site Search” on the upper right- hand corner of the page and type in “Administrative Fellow” and search.  Select “I Agree” on the CICARE Philosophy page.

b. Click on “Administrative Fellow – SHC” directly below the “Start Job Search” box in red, on the right hand side of the page. This will take you to the job description and program overview page.

c. Click on “Apply for This Job” – You need to create a username and password, if you have never created a profile or applied to any SHC positions.  If you have previously applied to SHC positions, you may use the same log-in information.

d. Complete and review your online application and answer all questions as applicable.

e. Click “Submit” and upload the required documents to complete the application process.  

f. “Add” selected documents and complete the online assessment questions.  Please note that you will not be able to upload any documents unless you have submitted the application form. 

Documents to be provided in hardcopy:

  • Current resume or curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement (1-2 pages) that outlines career objectives and interest in pursuing a fellowship position at Stanford Hospital & Clinics
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (faculty recommendation from current Masters program, professional recommendation)
  • Official transcript of undergraduate coursework (clear and legible attachment required)
  • Official transcript of graduate coursework to date (clear and legible attachment required)

Please mail hardcopy documents to:

Alpa Vyas - Director, Performance Excellence

Administrative Fellow Program

Stanford Hospital & Clinics

145 El Camino Real

Menlo Park, CA 94025

Application Deadline - September 27, 2013  

Review Applications - September 27 - October 11, 2013 

Phone interviews - October 14-18, 2013 

On-site Interviews - November 5-8, 2013 

Selection Announcements - Mid November, 2013  

Start Date - June, 2014 (Negotiable)

About Stanford Hospital & Clinics

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks to serve humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time, through its commitment to care, educate, and discover.  As a part of Stanford University, the medical center has helped transform healthcare—using the first linear accelerator for radiation therapy, discovering a targeted cancer treatment for lymphoma, conducting the world’s first heart-lung transplant, pioneering the field of angioplasty, and garnering five Nobel prizes to date.  Stanford Hospital & Clinics continues to be a leader in quality, safety and service, and its programs are consistently ranked amongst the very best in the nation.  Stanford is considered amongst the most advanced healthcare systems in its use of information technology, and is building a new hospital incorporating innovations in design and technology.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: Mid November 2013
Start date: June, 2014

  Stanford Hospital and Clinics
Organization and Address: Stanford Hospital and Clinics
300 Pasteur Lane

Stanford, CA 94305
Attn: Linda Varon, Senior Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Stanford Hospital and Clinics Administrative Fellow Program(1)
Qualifications:

Recent graduate or will be, by June 2012 of an accredited graduate program in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business Administration, or related field.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Stanford Hospital & Clinics is known worldwide for advanced patient care provided by its physicians and staff, particularly for the treatment of rare, complex disorders in areas such as: Cardiac care, Cancer Treatment, Neurosciences, Surgery and Organ transplants.   Stanford Hospital & Clinics is consistently ranked among the top institutions in the U.S. News & World Report annual list of “America’s BesHospitals". 

 

The Administrative Fellow Program (AFP) is a paid, one-year post-graduate experience designed to give an individual exposure to healthcare leadership as well as provide an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge gained from graduate studies to practical experiences within SHC.  The AFP is intended to contribute to the growth and development of future healthcare administrators.

 

The Administrative Fellow has responsibility for:

  • Collaborating in a Mentoring relationship with the , Chief Executive Officer, Director of Organizational Development and other Senior Managers.
  • Participating and/or observing at meetings at all levels of the organization, e.g., Board, Senior Executives Cabinet, Management Forum, Department.
  • Visiting key Hospital Departments and observing selected meetings with Strategic Partners to become familiar with strategy, workflow, problem solving, and development of relationships at the enterprise.
  • Developing or participating in projects, such as business development; leadership; process improvement; marketing
  • Completing a project on a topic mutually Administrative Fellow and the Director of Organizational Development

Key Statistics about Stanford Hospital and Clinics:

  • 613 Licensed Beds
  • 25,000 inpatient admissions
  • 630,000 outpatient visits
  • 65,000 ED visits
  • 1,907 Medical Staff
  • 7000+ employees

Closing Date for Applications is November 4th 2011

To apply please click on the link below, or visit www.WeStandForCARE.COM: and select requisition number 20568.


Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: 06/01/2012

Organization and Address: Stanford Hospital and Clinics
300 Pasteur Lane

Stanford, CA 94305
Attn: Reina Loyola, Senior Employment Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program - Stanford Hospital & Clinics(1)
Qualifications:

 

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.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Actively pursuing Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Experience: None required

License/Certification: None

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification.

  • Knowledge of current healthcare industry trends
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all organizational levels and in situations requiring instructing, persuading, negotiating, conflict resolution, consulting and advising, as well as flawless written communication
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with widely diverse groups, including individuals at all levels both within and outside the organization
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively in a team or independent setting
  • Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, work independently and meet deadlines
  • Ability to provide leadership and influence others
  • Ability to establish and maintain an effective work relationship with the senior leadership of the hospital
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
  • Ability to use insight and feedback from mentors, peers, and clients to identify areas for professional development
  • Skill in managing time, stress, and conflict effectively in a work setting
  • High-level of analytical and problem solving skills
  • Project management skills including the ability to plan, organize, and facilitate projects with complex scope and deliverables.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Stanford Hospital & Clinics – Administrative Fellowship Program Overview

Overview

The Administrative Fellow Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is designed to promote the growth and development of future healthcare leaders.  The program is largely project based and is intended to provide opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within the academic medicine model, and support the fellow’s interest and area of expertise/experience.

The administrative fellow will work mainly with the Performance Excellence department.    The Performance Excellence is a team of performance improvement professionals who work closely with operational and clinical executives to lead and implement high-impact improvement initiatives across the organization.  The performance improvement methodology used throughout Stanford Hospital & Clinics is based upon Lean and Toyota Production System principles.  Fellows will have the opportunity to become trained and apply these improvement and project management methodologies throughout their experience.

Projects assigned to the fellow may include topics or areas such as clinical operations, finance, IT, human resources, planning, network growth, facilities redesign, or other needs as identified by the organization.  The program sponsors and mentors will work closely with the administrative fellow to align interest and need.

One fellow is accepted each year with an anticipated start in June and is expected to complete the 12 month program.  The fellow will also participate in a formal performance goal setting process with their mentor and receive written feedback twice during the 12 month period (mid-year, year-end).  Informal feedback and coaching sessions will occur throughout the fellowship program.

Eligibility 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program who are Masters-prepared in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Applicants must complete their Master’s degree prior to start date of employment (June 2013)

All applicants are required to submit the following documentation and adhere to the application deadline listed below. All attachments must be in Word or PDF format:

  • Completed job application form (Visit www.Stanfordhospitalcareers.com) Applicants will be required to complete a non-clinical Talent Online Assessment in its entirety, to be considered for this position
  • Current resume or curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement (1-2 pages) that outlines career objectives and interest in pursuing a fellowship position at Stanford Hospital & Clinics
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (faculty recommendation from current Masters program, professional recommendation)
  • Official transcript of undergraduate coursework (clear and legible attachment required)
  • Official transcript of graduate coursework to date (clear and legible attachment required)
  • ?

Application Receipt Deadline

September 28, 2012

Review of Applications

October 12, 2012

Phone Interviews

October 15 – 26, 2012

On-site Interviews

November 5 – 16, 2012

Selection Announcement

Late November 2012

Start Date

June 2013 (Negotiable)

 

 

 


Application deadline: 09/28/2012
Selection announcement date: Late November 2012
Start date: Negotiated June start date

Organization and Address: Stanford Hospital and Clinics
300 Pasteur Lane

Stanford, CA 94305
Attn: Reina Loyola, Senior Employment Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program - Stanford Hospital & Clinics(1)
Qualifications:

Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings.

Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Service Standards of the Hospital(s).

Minimum Qualifications

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.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Actively pursuing Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Experience: None required

License/Certification: None

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification.

  • Knowledge of current healthcare industry trends
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all organizational levels and in situations requiring instructing, persuading, negotiating, conflict resolution, consulting and advising, as well as flawless written communication
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with widely diverse groups, including individuals at all levels both within and outside the organization
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively in a team or independent setting
  • Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, work independently and meet deadlines
  • Ability to provide leadership and influence others
  • Ability to establish and maintain an effective work relationship with the senior leadership of the hospital
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
  • Ability to use insight and feedback from mentors, peers, and clients to identify areas for professional development
  • Skill in managing time, stress, and conflict effectively in a work setting
  • High-level of analytical and problem solving skills
  • Project management skills including the ability to plan, organize, and facilitate projects with complex scope and deliverables.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Stanford Hospital & Clinics – Administrative Fellowship Program Overview

Overview

The Administrative Fellow Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is designed to promote the growth and development of future healthcare leaders.  The program is largely project based and is intended to provide opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders, continued learning within the academic medicine model, and support the fellow’s interest and area of expertise/experience.

The administrative fellow will work mainly with the Performance Excellence department.    The Performance Excellence is a team of performance improvement professionals who work closely with operational and clinical executives to lead and implement high-impact improvement initiatives across the organization.  The performance improvement methodology used throughout Stanford Hospital & Clinics is based upon Lean and Toyota Production System principles.  Fellows will have the opportunity to become trained and apply these improvement and project management methodologies throughout their experience.

Projects assigned to the fellow may include topics or areas such as clinical operations, finance, IT, human resources, planning, network growth, facilities redesign, or other needs as identified by the organization.  The program sponsors and mentors will work closely with the administrative fellow to align interest and need.

One fellow is accepted each year with an anticipated start in June and is expected to complete the 12 month program.  The fellow will also participate in a formal performance goal setting process with their mentor and receive written feedback twice during the 12 month period (mid-year, year-end).  Informal feedback and coaching sessions will occur throughout the fellowship program.

Eligibility 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics seeks qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program who are Masters-prepared in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Hospital administration/ Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Applicants must complete their Master’s degree prior to start date of employment (June 2013)

 Additional requirements are included within the Administrative Fellow performance profile (see Performance Profile section).

 Submission Requirements

All applicants are required to submit the following documentation and adhere to the application deadline listed below. All attachments must be in Word or PDF format:

  • Completed job application form (visit www.westandforcare.com and apply to job # 23080). Applicants will be required to complete a non-clinical Talent Online Assessment in its entirety, to be considered for this position
  • Current resume or curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement (1-2 pages) that outlines career objectives and interest in pursuing a fellowship position at Stanford Hospital & Clinics
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (faculty recommendation from current Masters program, professional recommendation)
  • Official transcript of undergraduate coursework (clear and legible attachment required)
  • Official transcript of graduate coursework to date (clear and legible attachment required)

Application Receipt Deadline

September 28, 2012

Review of Applications

October 12, 2012

Phone Interviews

October 15 – 26, 2012

On-site Interviews

November 5 – 16, 2012

Selection Announcement

Late November 2012

Start Date

June 2013 (Negotiable)

 

 

 


Application deadline: 09/28/2012
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2013; Late November 2013
Start date: 06/11/2013; Negotiated June start date

  Sutter Health
Organization and Address: Sutter Health
2700 Gateway Oaks Drive
2500
Sacramento, CA 95833
Attn: Eva Hilliard, Sr. Talent Acquisition Consultant
Title and Number of Positions: Sutter Health Administrative Fellowship Program(5)
Qualifications:

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• Education: Must be a recent graduate (less than one year ago) with one of the following degrees: MBA, MHA, MPH or other health/business related field -OR- currently enrolled in a Master’s program with the anticipation of graduating in the Spring, prior to the Fellowship start date

• Experience in the healthcare industry is helpful, as is experience analyzing complex issues and recommending appropriate/ meaningful and fiscally sound solutions.
• Knowledge of current issues affecting the healthcare industry desired, as is awareness of applicable legal and accreditation requirements, standards and guidelines. Knowledge of Lean/ Six Sigma approaches to process improvement helpful.
• Skills: Must have the excellent leadership, communication (written, verbal and presentation), problem identification and analytical skills required to formulate and recommend creative solutions to diverse and complex problems. Also required is skill in the use of a computer, including use of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software. Must function effectively as both a team member and leader. Must be able to read and understand financial analyses/ statements. Organization and prioritization are skills required. Must be able to work effectively in an independent fashion, without significant direct supervision, guidance or direction. Assignments are of considerable complexity, depth, and variety, which require the application of independent judgment and exercise of initiative. Requires the ability to provide direction and guidance to the activities of others; to achieve results through delegation, control and follow-up procedures and to utilize available resources.

 

Additional Criteria:

•Students currently in a Master’s Program with a residency requirement prior to being awarded a Master’s Degree are not eligible for this program.? This Fellowship cannot be utilized in replacement of a residency requirement in order to graduate. Applicants must have fully completed all requirements of graduation, prior to the start of the Sutter Health Fellowship in the Spring/Summer
•Sutter Health is unable to sponsor work visas at this time.

APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON-LINE:  

The following must be submitted as attachments, in addition to the on-line application, prior to the deadline of 9/27/13:
*Current Resume
*Three letters of professional recommendation (at least one letter from a faculty member, if currently enrolled in a graduate degree program)
*Statement of Fellowship and career objectives (a professional development plan, not to exceed two pages)
*If applicable, statement of voluntary community activities (one page only)

 

TO BE MAILED ONLY:

*Original, unopened official graduate transcripts (photocopied/electronic transcripts will not be accepted) ADDRESS: 2700 Gateway Oaks Drive, Ste 2500, Sacramento, CA 95833. Attn: AFP application enclosed: Kiran Bains, AFP project coordinator.

 

Entire on-line application, along with attached ON-LINE documents, and MAILED transcripts must arrive in our office by close of business Friday 9/27/13 in order to be considered for the 2014-2015 Administrative Fellowship Program.

 

Thank you for your interest!

Term: 1 year (Summer to Spring)
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellowship Program at Sutter Health provides an outstanding opportunity for Master’s prepared individuals to learn from excellent preceptors and to work in one or more areas of administrative specialization: acute care hospitals, medical groups/foundations and ambulatory care environments in an integrated, not-for-profit health care system. Administrative Fellows gain experience and develop an in-depth understanding of operations and strategic initiatives through project work and direct participation in management activities. Exposure to the various healthcare environments enables Sutter Health Fellows to gain a broad base of understanding regarding the challenges facing health care delivery systems and additionally to develop valuable skills that will better prepare them to assume leadership roles in the health care industry.

 

Note: There will be multiple positions placed in various geographies throughout Northern California based on the Fellow's interest and our needs. All efforts will be made to place Fellows in the region of their choice


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: 11/01/2013
Start date: 07/01/2014

  Sutter Health
Organization and Address: Sutter Health
2200 River Plaza Drive

Sacramento, CA 95833-4134
Attn: Erin Arellanes, Recruitment Support Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Sutter Health Administrative Fellowship Program(3)
Qualifications: Sutter Health plans to sponsor up to three Administrative Fellowships for individuals interested in gaining experience in an integrated, not-for-profit health care system. The program is highly competitive, with a high focus on diversity. Only the top candidates from selected schools will be considered for the residency program. The chosen students will work with one of three preceptors acting as his or her mentor and advisor throughout the fellowship program. The preceptor will be a Sutter Health executive in an acute care hospital, a medical group, ambulatory care environment or the system support office. Application Process for 2008-2009 Program Year To be considered for the program, applicants should submit the following by November 15, 2005: >Current resume or CV; >Statement of fellowship and career objectives (a professional development plan not greater than two pages); >Three letters of recommendation (at least one academic and at least one professional); >Official graduate transcripts; >If applicable, statement of voluntary community activities (not greater than one page). Please mail entire application to: Executive Recruiter Sutter Health 2200 River Plaza Drive, Sacramento, CA 95833 Executive2@sutterhealth.org
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship Program at Sutter Health provides an outstanding opportunity for Master’s prepared individuals to learn from excellent preceptors and to work in one of the areas of administrative specialization: primarily acute care hospitals, medical groups/foundations and ambulatory care environments. For more information about Sutter Health, please visit our website: http://www.sutterhealth.org/employment/adminfellowship.html
Application deadline: 10/08/2007
Selection announcement date: 12/14/2007
Start date: Negotiable, July 2008

  Sutter Health
Organization and Address: Sutter Health
2200 River Plaza Drive

Sacramento, CA 95833
Attn: Gloria Juarez, Executive Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program at Sutter Health(5)
Qualifications:

Application Process To be considered for the Program applicants should submit the following by October 14, 2010 -Current Resume or CV -Three Letters of Recommendation -Statement of Fellowship and career objectives (a professional development plan not greater than two pages) -Official Graduate Transcripts -If applicable, statement of voluntary community activities (not greater than one page) Selection Process Fellowship Application Deadline: October 14, 2010 Telephone Interviews (when appripriate) On-site Panel Interviews and Facility Tour December 2010 Offer Deadline: December 2010 Please complete the entire application process and mail/e-mail to: Executive Recruiter Human Resources Sutter Health 2200 River Plaza Drive Sacramento, CA 95833 executive2@sutterhealth.org Also please visit www.sutterhealth.org/employment/adminfellowship.html for more information.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

OVER THE YEARS, Sutter Health has successfully sponsored Administrative Fellows, by providing an environment for University programs that fosters the next generation of enterprising leaders for our highly successful network of affiliated hospitals and health care providers. This is an outstanding opportunity for individuals who are Master’s prepared in health care administration or a related field to learn from excellent preceptors, and gain hands-on, specialized administrative experience in: acute care hospitals, medical groups/foundations and ambulatory care environments. Exposure to these varied fields will enable successful participants to gain practical experience, and an in-depth understanding of operations and strategic initiatives through project work, and direct participation in management activities. It will also enable Administrative Fellowship Program students to understand the challenges facing today’s health care delivery systems, and to develop valuable skills that will better prepare them to assume leadership roles in the industry. The Program will also provide invaluable insight into the workings of an integrated, not-for-profit health care system. You will be encouraged to pursue and balance project work in as many areas of the organization as possible over the course of the program. Assigned preceptors who act as mentors for the course of the Program will be Sutter Health Executives from an acute care hospital, medical group, ambulatory care environment or the system support office. In the past, many different university programs have been represented, and many of the Sutter Health Administrative Fellowship Program graduates have stayed with us and taken positions within our affiliates. The remainder have accepted appointments with health care providers, insurers, or consulting firms across the country.


Application deadline: 10/14/2010
Selection announcement date: November 2010
Start date: June 2011 (negotiable)

Organization and Address: Sutter Health
2200 River Plaza

Sacramento, CA 95833
Attn: Gloria Juarez, Executive Recruiter
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program at Sutter Health(4)
Qualifications:

Must be a recent graduate (less than one year

ago) with one of the following degrees: MBA,

MHA, MPH or other health/business related

field –OR– currently enrolled in a Master’s

program with the anticipation of graduating in

Spring 2012.

• Students required to complete a residency

requirement prior to be awarded a Master’s

Degree are not eligible to apply.

• International students (such as F1, J1 visas) are

not encouraged to apply. We do not sponsor

work visas.

• Applicants can apply online at www.

sutterhealth.org/employment between July

15 – August 1, 2011 and search for the job

requisition number:

SHSS – 1101604

• Must submit all of the following materials prior

to the application deadline:

o Current Resume or CV

o Three letters of professional recommendation

o Statement of Fellowship and career

objectives (a professional development plan,

not to exceed two pages)

o If applicable, statement of voluntary

community activities (one page only)

o

Original unopened official graduate

transcripts

(must be mailed to the address

below, as photocopied/electronic transcripts

will not be accepted)

Any documents that need to be mailed should be mailed to:

Gloria Juarez

Human Resources

Sutter Health

2200 River Plaza Drive

Sacramento, CA 95833

executive2@sutterhealth.org

 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

OVER THE YEARS, Sutter Health has successfully sponsored Administrative Fellows, by providing an environment for University programs that fosters the next generation of enterprising leaders for our highly successful network of affiliated hospitals and health care providers. This is an outstanding opportunity for individuals who are Master’s prepared in health care administration or a related field to learn from excellent preceptors, and gain hands-on, specialized administrative experience in: acute care hospitals, medical groups/foundations and ambulatory care environments. Exposure to these varied fields will enable successful participants to gain practical experience, and an in-depth understanding of operations and strategic initiatives through project work, and direct participation in management activities. It will also enable Administrative Fellowship Program students to understand the challenges facing today’s health care delivery systems, and to develop valuable skills that will better prepare them to assume leadership roles in the industry. The Program will also provide invaluable insight into the workings of an integrated, not-for-profit health care system. You will be encouraged to pursue and balance project work in as many areas of the organization as possible over the course of the program. Assigned preceptors who act as mentors for the course of the Program will be Sutter Health Executives from an acute care hospital, medical group, ambulatory care environment or the system support office. In the past, many different university programs have been represented, and many of the Sutter Health Administrative Fellowship Program graduates have stayed with us and taken positions within our affiliates. The remainder have accepted appointments with health care providers, insurers, or consulting firms across the country.


Application deadline: 08/01/2011
Selection announcement date: November 2011
Start date: June 2012 (negotiable)

  UC Davis Health System
Organization and Address: UC Davis Health System
2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95817-2201
Attn: Susan Summers, Manager
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellow(1)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, or MPH from a CAHME- or CEPH-accredted graduate program. Strong analytical, communication, leadership and problem-solving skills required. Applicants should have prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting, preferably in a teaching hospital.

Term: one year contract appointment
Description/Structure:

This is a one-year program with a hospital operations focus achieved by reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serves as a member of the administrative team. The fellow will receive experience in all aspects of management in an academic medical center environment and is exposed to all levels of operation within the organization. Applicants must apply on line at www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr and use reference #028526. Applicants must include a letter describing career goals with their resume. Three letters of recommendation and transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies must be sent to Human Resources, UC Davis Health System, 2730 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817, ATTN: Employment Manager.


Application deadline: 11/12/2010
Selection announcement date: After the first of the year
Start date: 07/01/2011

Organization and Address: UC Davis Health System
2730 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95817
Attn: Susan Summers, Manager, Employment & Training
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, or MPH from a CAHME-or CEPH-accredited graduate program. Strong analytical and communication skills along with leadership and problem-solving skills. Applicants should have prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting, preferably in a teachng hospital.
Term: one year
Description/Structure: This is a one-year program with a hospital operations focus achieved by reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serves as a member of the administrative team. The fellow will receive experience in all aspects of management in an academic medical center environment and is exposed to all levels of operation within the organization. Applicants must apply on line at www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr and use reference #021055. Applicants must also submit an essay describing career goals, three letters of recommendation and transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies. Packets can be submitted to: Human Resources, UC Davis Health System, 2730 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817, ATTN Employment Manager.
Application deadline: 11/01/2007
Selection announcement date: 01/07/2008
Start date: 07/01/2008

  UC Davis Health System
Organization and Address: UC Davis Health System
2730 Stockton Blvd
TICON III
Sacramento, CA 95817
Attn: Susan Summers, Manager, Employment and Training
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must possess an MHA, MBA or MPH from a CAHME-or CEPH-accredited graduate program. Applicants must possess strong analytical and communication skills along with leadership and problem-solving skills. Applicants should have prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting, preferably in a teaching hospital. To apply, candidates must submit an essay describing career goals and expectations of a fellowship along with a resume and three letters of recommendation and transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies.
Term: one year, second negotiable
Description/Structure: The UC Davis Medical Center Administrative Fellowship program is a one-year program with a hospital operations focus achieved by reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serve as a member of the administrative team. The fellow will receive experience in all aspects of management in an academic medical center environment and is exposed to all levels of operation within the organization. The structure of the fellowship is flexible and allows the fellow to tailor experiences and projects around specific interests in accordance with the needs of the organization. Such projects may include business development, human resources, information technology, finance, quality and facilities planning. In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the CEO acting as preceptor and other members of the management team.
Application deadline: 12/01/2006
Selection announcement date: 02/01/2007
Start date: 07/02/2007

Organization and Address: UC Davis Health System
2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95817-2201
Attn: Susan Summers, Manager, Employment and Training
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must possess an MHA, MBA or MPH from a CAHME-or CEPH-accredited graduate program. Applicants must possess strong analytical and communication skills along with leadership and problem-solving skills. Applicants should have prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting, preferably in a teaching hospital. To apply, candidates must submit an essay describing career goals and expectations of a fellowship along with a resume and three letters of recommendation and transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies. Please submit the complete application packet to: UC Davis Health System Human Resources, Applicant Services 2730 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento CA 95817 FAX 916 734-1332 Please refer to job #17523-O Application deadline: December 1, 2006 EEO/AA Employer
Term: one year, second negotiable
Description/Structure: The UC Davis Medical Center Administrative Fellowship program is a one-year program with a hospital operations focus achieved by reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serve as a member of the administrative team. The fellow will receive experience in all aspects of management in an academic medical center environment and is exposed to all levels of operation within the organization. The structure of the fellowship is flexible and allows the fellow to tailor experiences and projects around specific interests in accordance with the needs of the organization. Such projects may include business development, human resources, information technology, finance, quality and facilities planning. In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the CEO acting as preceptor and other members of the management team.
Application deadline: 12/01/2006
Selection announcement date: 02/01/2007
Start date: 07/02/2007

  UC Davis Medical Center
Organization and Address: UC Davis Medical Center
2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95816
Attn: Susan Summers, Manager
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellow(1)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, or MPH from a CAHME- or CEPH-accredted graduate program. Strong analytical, communication, leadership and problem-solving skills required. Applicants should have prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting, preferably in a teaching hospital.

Term: one year contract appointment
Description/Structure:

This is a one-year program with a hospital operations focus achieved by reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serves as a member of the administrative team. The fellow will receive experience in all aspects of management in an academic medical center environment and is exposed to all levels of operation within the organization. Applicants must apply on line at www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr and use reference #028526. Applicants must include a letter describing career goals with their resume. Three letters of recommendation and transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies must be sent to Human Resources, UC Davis Health System, 2730 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817, ATTN: Employment Manager.


Application deadline: 11/12/2010
Selection announcement date: After the first of the year
Start date: 07/01/2011

  UC Davis Medical Center
Organization and Address: UC Davis Medical Center
2315 Stockon Blvd

Sacramento, CA 98817
Attn: Khanh-Nhat Tran-Viet, CEO Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: COO Administrative Fellowship (1)(1)
Qualifications:

Possession of a MHA, MBA, MPH or degree from a closely related field of study from an accredited graduate program (e.g., CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH) by the start date.

Applicants that have completed all academic coursework but who need to complete a one-year internship as a requirement for their degree may also apply.

Prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting is preferred.

 

Applicants must apply online at UC Davis Health System Human Resources (http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr/jobs/jobs_online.html) (Reference #039786)   and also send original application materials in one packet via mail in order to be considered for the position. 
Please make sure to have the following:

1. Cover Letter 
2. Personal Statement 
3. Resume/CV 
4. Three letters of recommendation (original, sealed, via mail only) 
5. Original sealed transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies.

 

The online application must be completed and the application materials must be received in one envelope by October 1, 2014.  Please submit and mail the complete application packet to:

UC Davis Health System
Human Resources: COO Administrative Fellowship-  Reference Number: 039786
Employment Manager
2730 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817


The position will start on July, 2015.

 

Term: One Year, second year possible
Description/Structure:

As one of 41 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation and the region’s only level one pediatric and adult trauma center, UC Davis Medical Center offers fellows a rich and dynamic training experience in hospital administration. UC Davis Medical Center will offer one CEO Administrative Fellowship and one COO Administrative Fellowship position that will start in July 2015.

Chief Operating Officer’s Administrative Fellowship:  The fellow reports directly to the COO and serves as a member of the executive team. The fellowship structure under the COO is heavily operations oriented, focusing on both inpatient and outpatient settings.  In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the COO and other members of the senior management team. While this is a one year contract appointment, an extension of another year may occur.

 

A selection committee will perform a thorough evaluation of all submitted materials based upon predetermined criteria.  From this process, a number of candidates will be contacted for a telephone interview with a selection committee.  Afterwards, select candidates will be invited to Sacramento for on-site interviews with the Chief Executive Officer and other members of the senior leadership team.  Candidates will also be given a tour of the campus.  An offer will be extended to the selected candidate shortly thereafter. For more information, please visit our website at

http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/medicalcenter/aboutus/adminfellow.html




Application deadline: 09/30/2014
Selection announcement date: November/December
Start date: July 2015

Organization and Address: UC Davis Medical Center
2315 Stockon Blvd

Sacramento, CA 98817
Attn: Khanh-Nhat Tran-Viet, CEO Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: CEO Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Possession of a MHA, MBA, MPH or degree from a closely related field of study from an accredited graduate program (e.g., CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH) by the start date.

Applicants must possess strong communication, analytical, interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills.

Prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting is preferred.

 

Applicants must apply online at UC Davis Health System Human Resources (http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr/jobs/jobs_online.html) (Reference #039673)   and also send original application materials in one packet via mail in order to be considered for the position.
Please make sure to have the following:

1. Cover Letter
2. Personal Statement
3. Resume/CV
4. Three letters of recommendation (original, sealed, via mail only)
5. Original sealed transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies.

 

The online application must be completed and the application materials must be received in one envelope by October 1, 2014.  Please submit and mail the complete application packet to:

UC Davis Health System
Human Resources: CEO Administrative Fellowship-  Reference Number: 039673
Employment Manager
2730 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817


The position will start on July, 2015.


 

Term: 1 year (2nd year negotiable)
Description/Structure:

As one of 41 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation and the region’s only level one pediatric and adult trauma center, UC Davis Medical Center offers fellows a rich and dynamic training experience in hospital administration. UC Davis Medical Center will offer one CEO Administrative Fellowship and one COO Administrative Fellowship position that will start in July 2015.

Chief Executive Officer’s Administrative Fellowship: The fellow reports directly to the CEO and serves as a member of the executive team. The structure of the fellowship is flexible and allows the fellow to tailor experiences and projects around specific interests in accordance with the needs of the organization. The fellow will be immersed in all aspects of the academic medical center’s management and will be assigned a wide variety of projects from all levels of the organization. Such projects may include business development, human resources, information technology, finance, care quality initiatives, patient safety, and facilities planning.  In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the CEO and other members of the senior management team. The term is for one year, second year negotiable.

 

A selection committee will perform a thorough evaluation of all submitted materials based upon predetermined criteria.  From this process, a number of candidates will be contacted for a telephone interview with a selection committee.  Afterwards, select candidates will be invited to Sacramento for on-site interviews with the Chief Executive Officer and other members of the senior leadership team.  Candidates will also be given a tour of the campus.  An offer will be extended to the selected candidate shortly thereafter. For more information, please visit our website at

http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/medicalcenter/aboutus/adminfellow.html

 


Application deadline: 09/30/2014
Selection announcement date: November/December
Start date: 07/01/2015

  UC Davis Medical Center
Organization and Address: UC Davis Medical Center
2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95817
Attn: Katrina Sohrakoff, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Chief Operating Officer's Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must possess a MHA, MBA, MPH or degree from a closely related field of study from an accredited graduate program (e.g. CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH) by the start date. Applicants that have completed all academic coursework but have not yet completed their program's mandatory one-year internship may also apply. Applicants must possess strong communication, analytical, interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills. Prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting is preferred.

Applicants must apply online at UC Davis Health System Human Resources (Reference #034138) and include a letter outlining the reasons for pursuing the fellowship, resume, three letters of recommendation, and official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies. Application materials should be submitted together in one envelope and must be received by human resources by the application deadline.

 

Term: One year
Description/Structure:

UC Davis Medical Center is a 619 bed acute-care teaching hospital with a primary and cancer care network serving 33 counties and over 6 million residents in Northern and Central California.  As one of 41 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation and the region’s only level one pediatric and adult trauma center, UC Davis Medical Center offers fellows a rich and dynamic training experience in health services administration.

This new fellowship is operations focused, and the fellow reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer. The fellow will be immersed in many aspects of the academic medical center’s management and will be assigned a wide variety of projects from all levels of the organization. In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the COO acting as preceptor and other members of the senior management team.

A selection committee will perform a thorough evaluation of all submitted materials based upon predetermined criteria.  From this process, a number of candidates will be contacted for a telephone interview with a selection committee.  Afterwards, select candidates will be invited to Sacramento for on-site interviews with the Chief Operations Officer and other members of the senior leadership team.  Candidates will also be given a tour of the campus.  An offer will be extended to the selected candidate shortly thereafter. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/medicalcenter/aboutus/adminfellow.html

 


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: 12/31/2012
Start date: 07/01/2013

Organization and Address: UC Davis Medical Center
2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA 95817
Attn: Katrina Sohrakoff, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Chief Executive Officer's Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must possess a MHA, MBA, MPH or closely related field of study from an accredited graduate program (e.g. CAHME, AACSB, or CEPH) by the start date.  Applicants must also possess strong analytical, interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills. Prior experience working or volunteering in a health care setting is preferred.

Applicants must apply online at UC Davis Health System Human Resources (Reference 034135) and include a letter outlining the reasons for pursuing the fellowship, resume, three letters of recommendation, and official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate studies.  Application materials should be submitted together in one envelope and must be received by human resources by the application deadline.

 

Term: One year, second year negotiable
Description/Structure:

UC Davis Medical Center is a 619 bed acute-care teaching hospital with a primary and cancer care network serving 33 counties and over 6 million residents in Northern and Central California.  As one of 41 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation and the region’s only level one pediatric and adult trauma center, UC Davis Medical Center offers fellows a rich and dynamic training experience in health services administration.

The fellow reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serves as a member of the executive team. The structure of the fellowship is flexible and allows the fellow to tailor experiences and projects around specific interests in accordance with the needs of the organization. The fellow will be immersed in all aspects of the academic medical center’s management and will be assigned a wide variety of projects from all levels of the organization. Such projects may include business development, human resources, information technology, finance, care quality, patient safety and facilities planning.  In addition to gaining experience in administration, the fellow receives extensive leadership training provided by the CEO acting as preceptor and other members of the senior management team.

A selection committee will perform a thorough evaluation of all submitted materials based upon predetermined criteria.  From this process, a number of candidates will be contacted for a telephone interview with a selection committee.  Afterwards, select candidates will be invited to Sacramento for on-site interviews with the Chief Executive Officer and other members of the senior leadership team.  Candidates will also be given a tour of the campus and have the opportunity to meet with the current fellow.  An offer will be extended to the selected candidate shortly thereafter. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/medicalcenter/aboutus/adminfellow.html

 

Katrina Sohrakoff, the current Administrative Fellow, is more than happy to help answer any questions you may have. She can be reached via email at katrina.sohrakoff@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu or by phone at 916-734-5043.

 


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: 12/30/2012
Start date: 07/01/2013

  UC San Diego Health System
Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Dolores Santana, Asst to Mona Sonnenshein, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accrediated graduate program with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcript from undergraduate as well as graduate school, essay describing why and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation. Submissions should be sent to: dsantana@ucsd.edu
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The administrative fellow is a member of the senior management team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in all aspects of management of hospital in an academic medical center and provides an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skils. After rotating through the departments, the fellow will assume on-call responsibility with the administrators.
Application deadline: 12/15/2006
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: 07/01/2007

Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Dolores Santana, Asst to Mona Sonnenshein, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accrediated graduate program with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcript from undergraduate as well as graduate school, essay describing why and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation. Submissions should be sent to: dsantana@ucsd.edu
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The administrative fellow is a member of the senior management team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in all aspects of management of hospital in an academic medical center and provides an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skils. After rotating through the departments, the fellow will assume on-call responsibility with the administrators.
Application deadline: 10/15/2008
Selection announcement date: December, 2008
Start date: 07/01/2007

Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Dolores Santana, Asst to Mona Sonnenshein, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: MHA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accredited graduate program with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcript from a graduate school, essay describing why and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation.
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: The administrative fellow is a member of the senior management team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in all aspects of management of hospital in an academic medical center and provides an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skills. After rotating through the departments, the fellow will assume on-call responsibility with the administrators. Please e-mail Dolores Santana-Bowlin at dsantana@ucsd.edu for application information. Applications must mailed and be post-marked by October 15, 2008. At this time, e-mailed applications will not be accepted.
Application deadline: 10/15/2008
Selection announcement date: December, 2008
Start date: 07/01/2009

Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Dolores Santana, Asst to Mona Sonnenshein, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accredited graduate program with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcript from a graduate school, essay describing why and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation.

Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

UC San Diego Health System is the only academic health system in San Diego and was recently named one of the top 15 teaching hospitals in the US. As one of the nation’s premier academic medical centers, UC San Diego has a threefold mission is to provide the highest quality biomedical research, patient care, and medical education.  UC San Diego is comprised of Hillcrest Medical Center, Thornton Hospital, and the Moores Cancer Center. The Sulpizio Family Cardiovascular Center, San Diego’s only dedicated Cardiovascular Center, will be opening in April 2011. Design is underway for the Jacobs Medical Center a 245 bed hospital for Women & Infants, Advanced Surgery &  Cancer, opening  in 2016.

The Administrative Fellow is a member of the Senior Management Team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in all aspects of management of hospital in an academic medical center and provides an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skills.

Two Fellowships are being offered:

1.       Hospital Operations

2.       Ambulatory Care

 

Both fellows will spend 3 months rotating through the various hospital departments. After rotating through the departments, the fellows will being project work in hospital operations or ambulatory care.

Please e-mail Dolores Santana-Bowlin at dsantana@ucsd.edu for application information. Applications must mailed and post-marked by October 15, 2010. At this time, e-mailed applications will not be accepted.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December, 2010
Start date: 07/01/2010

Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Dolores Santana, Asst to Mona Sonnenshein, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

MHA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accredited graduate program with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcript from a undergraduate and graduate school, an essay describing why and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation.

Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

UC San Diego Health System is the only academic health system in San Diego and was recently named one of the top 15 teaching hospitals in the US. As one of the nation’s premier academic medical centers, UC San Diego has a threefold mission is to provide the highest quality biomedical research, patient care, and medical education.  UC San Diego is comprised of Hillcrest Medical Center, Thornton Hospital, and the Moores Cancer Center. The Sulpizio Family Cardiovascular Center, San Diego’s only dedicated Cardiovascular Center, will be opening in April 2011. Design is underway for the Jacobs Medical Center a 245 bed hospital for Women & Infants, Advanced Surgery &  Cancer, opening  in 2016.

The Administrative Fellow is a member of the Senior Management Team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in all aspects of management of hospital in an academic medical center and provides an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skills.

Two Fellowships are being offered:

1.       Hospital Operations

2.       Ambulatory Care

 

Both fellows will spend 3 months rotating through the various hospital departments. After rotating through the departments, the fellows will being project work in hospital operations or ambulatory care.

Please see our website (http://medinfo.ucsd.edu/administrative-fellow) for application information. Applications must be mailed and post-marked by October 15, 2010. At this time, e-mailed applications will not be accepted.


Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December, 2010
Start date: 07/01/2011

Organization and Address: UC San Diego Health System
200 West Arbor Drive
# 8970
San Diego, CA 92103-8970
Attn: Madeline Ross, MHSA, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:
  • MHA, MHSA, MBA, MPH or equivalent from an accredited graduate program 
  • Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Candidates will be asked to provide a resume, transcripts from undergraduate and graduate schools, an essay describing career goals and what they hope to gain from an administrative fellowship and 3 letters of recommendation.

 

Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

UC San Diego Health System is the only academic health system in San Diego and was recently named one of the top 15 teaching hospitals in the US. As one of the nation’s premier academic medical centers, UC San Diego has a threefold mission to provide the highest quality biomedical research, patient care, and medical education.  UC San Diego is comprised of Hillcrest Medical Center, Thornton Hospital, Moores Cancer Center, and Sulpizio Family Cardiovascular Center.  Construction is underway for the Jacobs Medical Center, a 200+ bed hospital for Women & Infants, Advanced Surgery & Cancer, opening in 2016.

The Administrative Fellow reports to the CEO, is a member of the Senior Management Team and works directly with senior-level administrators. The program provides experience in management and planning in an academic health system, and an outstanding opportunity to develop leadership and management skills.

The fellow will spend 3 months rotating through the various hospital departments, then will commence project work in a broad range of areas, including but not limited to:

  • Program design and implementation
  • Policy evaluation and procedure development
  • Operational processes and workflow analysis
  • Staff and line support
  • Financial impact and budget review
  • Compliance and regulatory assessment
  • Utilization management analysis

 

Please see our website (http://medinfo.ucsd.edu/administrative-fellow) for application information. Applications must be mailed and post-marked by October 1, 2012. At this time, e-mailed applications will not be accepted.

 UC San Diego is not supporting international visas for this position.


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: Summer 2013

  UCLA Health
Organization and Address: UCLA Health
757 Westwood Blvd. Suite 1320

Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Shannon O'Kelley,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must be completling an MBA, MHA, MPH, MSN, or related Master’s degree from an accredited program. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, please submit an online application with the following documents: Statement of purpose, resume/CV, current official transcript and two letters of recommendation by September 27, 2013.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Health. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Health is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of projects relevant in nature to the fellowship. The fellowship program will give you valuable experiences in hospital administration through active involvement in projects throughout the health system. 

For more information on this program, please visit our website at: http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you will enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year.  We also offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA.

Please complete an online application at
http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu with the reference Job Code H67625. The documents mentioned above should be uploaded as part of your online application. Application and supporting documents must be submitted in full by September 27, 2013 for consideration. Email inquiries can be directed to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.

If for any reason the letters of recommendation cannot be uploaded please submit them to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: November 2013
Start date: Summer 2014

Organization and Address: UCLA Health
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Shannon O'Kelley, Chief Operating Officer
Title and Number of Positions: UCLA Health Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an MBA, MHA, MPH, or MSN, or be completing your master’s degree in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills are also required. To apply, please submit an online application along with all of the following documents: statement of purpose, resume/CV, current official transcript, and two letters of recommendation by September 22, 2014.  After receiving all applications, we will review and score each application.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals, which is why you’re ready for UCLA Health. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. We are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Health is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a post-master’s degree program which lasts for one year. The fellow will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of projects. The fellowship program will give you valuable experience in healthcare administration through substantive involvement in projects throughout the health system.  Specific projects are chosen both by organizational need and the fellow’s interest and career goals.

For more information on this program, please visit our website at: http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

Please complete an online application at http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu with the reference Job Code H72872. The documents mentioned above should be uploaded as part of your online application. All materials must be completed for consideration.  E-mail inquiries can be directed to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.

If the letters of recommendation cannot be uploaded, please submit them to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.


Application deadline: 09/22/2014
Selection announcement date: 10/01/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attn: Frances Watts,
Title and Number of Positions: UCLA Health Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an MBA, MHA, MPH, or MSN, or be completing your master’s degree in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills are also required. To apply, please submit an online application along with all of the following documents: statement of purpose, resume/CV, current official transcript, and two letters of recommendation by September 22, 2014.  After receiving all applications, we will review and score each application.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals, which is why you’re ready for UCLA Health. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. We are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Health is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a post-master’s degree program which lasts for one year. The fellow will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of projects. The fellowship program will give you valuable experience in healthcare administration through substantive involvement in projects throughout the health system.  Specific projects are chosen both by organizational need and the fellow’s interest and career goals.

For more information on this program, please visit our website at: http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

Please complete an online application at http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu with the reference Job Code H72872. The documents mentioned above should be uploaded as part of your online application. All materials must be completed for consideration.  E-mail inquiries can be directed to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.

If the letters of recommendation cannot be uploaded, please submit them to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu.


Application deadline: 09/22/2014
Selection announcement date: 10/01/2014
Start date: 07/01/2015

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attn: Janet Rimicci,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Graduation from an MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN program. Basic analytical and finance skills
Term: One year
Description/Structure: Under the general supervision of the Chief Operating Officer, UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System, the incumbent is responsible for project management including complex analyses of organizational structure, policies, procedures, practices, and fiscal implications. Responsibilities also include collecting and organizing data, creating summary reports, providing recommendations based on findings, and maintaining contact with hospital staff and administration for the exchange of information and project completion follow-up. The incumbent assures that assigned tasks are completed in a timely and accurate manner, and provides administrative and analytical support to Administration as requested.
Application deadline: 10/23/2009
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attn: Shannon O'Kelley,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an, MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, simply submit a statement of purpose, resume/cv, graduate school transcripts and two letters of recommendation by October 15, 2010. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application. Please note: this is a tremendous opportunity, but it will only be offered to one final candidate, so be sure to send your application soon. And we wish you the best of luck.

Term: One year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Healthcare. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a Post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.

For more information on this program, please visit our website at:

http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA.

Please submit application materials to: Administrative Fellowship Program, Attn: Amir Dan Rubin, COO, UCLA Health System, 757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 1320, Los Angeles, CA 90095.

In addition to submitting all materials mentioned directly above, please complete an online application
http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu and reference Job Code H52921. Completion of this application is mandatory for consideration. E-mail inquiries can be directed to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu


Application deadline: 10/07/2011
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attn: Shannon O'Kelley,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an, MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, simply submit a statement of purpose, resume/cv, graduate school transcripts and two letters of recommendation by October 7, 2011. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application.

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Healthcare. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Health System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a Post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.

For more information on this program, please visit our website at: http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA.

Please submit application materials to: Administrative Fellowship Program, Attn: Shannon O’Kelley, Interim COO, UCLA Health System, 757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 1320, Los Angeles, CA 90095.

In addition to submitting all materials mentioned directly above, please complete an online application
http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu and reference Job Code H57984. Completion of this application is mandatory for consideration. E-mail inquiries can be directed to: AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu


Application deadline: 10/07/2011
Selection announcement date: TBD
Start date: Summer 2012

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
757 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90049
Attn: Shannon O'Kelley,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must be completing your MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN, or Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, please submit an online application with the following documents: statement of purpose, resume/cv, current official transcript and two letters of recommendation by October 1, 2012. After receiving the applications, we will review and score each application. 

Term: One Year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions. Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Health System. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

 

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Health System is now accepting applications for the Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a Post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too.


For more information on this program, please visit our website at: http://fellowship.jobs.healthcare.ucla.edu

 

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. We also offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA.

Please complete an online application at
http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu with the reference Job Code H63157. Once the online application has been submitted, please upload the documents mentioned above. All materials must be completed for consideration.  E-mail inquiries can be directed to:  AdminFellowship@mednet.ucla.edu

If for any reason the letters of recommendation cannot be uploaded, please submit them to: Administrative Fellowship Program, Attn: Shannon O’Kelley, Chief Operating Officer, UCLA Health System, 757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 1320, Los Angeles, CA 90095.


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: November 2012
Start date: Summer 2013

  UCLA Health System
Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400
Suite 310
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Robin Clayton,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: To qualify, you must have an MHA, an MBA, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, simply submit a statement of purpose, graduate school transcripts, and two letters of recommendation by November, 1st. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application. Please note; this is a tremendous opportunity, but it will only be offered to one final candidate, so be sure to send your application soon. And we wish you the best of luck. The Benefits of Belonging As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA. Please submit application materials to: UCLA Healthcare, Attn: Robin Clayton, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90095. For questions or more information, please call (310) 794-0506 or visit us at: www.uclacareers.com/XY22 and reference Job Code H38888. EOE.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program for the fall semester. This is a post-master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.
Application deadline: 11/01/2007
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

Organization and Address: UCLA Health System
10920 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Robin Clayton,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: To qualify, you must have an MHA, an MBA, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, complete our online application and simply submit a statement of purpose, resume/CV, current academic transcript, two letters of recommendation by November 1st to Janet Rimicci, UCLA Health System, 200 UCLA Med Plaza, Suite 202, Los Angeles, CA 90095. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application. Please note; this is a tremendous opportunity, but it will only be offered to one final candidate, so be sure to send your application soon. And we wish you the best of luck. The Benefits of Belonging: As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA. Please submit application materials to: UCLA Healthcare, Attn: Robin Clayton, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90095. For questions or more information, please call (310) 794-0506 or visit us at: http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu and reference Job Code H46594. EOE.
Term: One Year
Description/Structure: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program for the fall semester. This is a post-master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.
Application deadline: 11/01/2008
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

  UCLA Health System Attn: Janet Rimicci
Organization and Address: UCLA Health System Attn: Janet Rimicci
200 Medical Plaza
Suite 202
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Attn: Janet Rimicci,
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

To qualify, you must have an, MBA, MHA, MPH or MSN, or completing your Masters in a related field. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. To apply, simply submit a statement of purpose, resume/cv, graduate school transcripts and two letters of recommendation by October 23, 2009. After receiving applications, we will review and score each application. Please note: this is a tremendous opportunity, but it will only be offered to one final candidate, so be sure to send your application soon. And we wish you the best of luck.

Term: One year
Description/Structure:

Start with great ambitions.

Great achievements follow.

Consider where you are in your life. You've found your passion and know what it takes to achieve your goals. Which is why you’re ready for UCLA Healthcare. The support. The training. The inspiration. The people. They are all here for you, ready to help you realize your greatest ambitions.

Administrative Fellowship

UCLA Medical Center and Hospital System is now accepting applications for its Administrative Fellowship Program. This is a Post-Master’s degree program that lasts for the duration of one year. The prospective candidate will work closely with our hospital operations team and senior level administrators on a broad spectrum of programs relevant in nature to the fellowship. The program will better equip you to deal with issues in health system and hospital administration. And because you’ll be actively involved in the participation of projects, it will give you valuable experience too. Best of all, it’s a great way to help train for the future.

The Benefits of Belonging

As a valued member of our staff, you'll enjoy outstanding benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You also get 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. And we offer 2/3 tuition reduction at UCLA. Please submit application materials to: UCLA Health System, Attn: Janet Rimicci; 200 Medical Plaza, Suite 202; Los Angeles, CA 90095. Please complete an online application http://hr.healthcare.ucla.edu and reference Job Code H50721. For questions or more information, please call Robin Clayton at (310) 794-0506. EOE.


Application deadline: 10/23/2009
Selection announcement date: Varies
Start date: Negotiable

  UCSF Medical Center
Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Avenue
MU5E
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Administrative Director Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program(1)
Qualifications:

The UCSF Medical Center Administrative Fellowship Program (AFP) provides the opportunity for postgraduate students in health management, health policy, public health, medicine and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting.  The fellow contributes to UCSF Medical Center’s resources while gaining valuable management and analytical experience and developing personal confidence and leadership skills as a health management professional. 

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an individual who is a self-starter with a proven ability to work independently and follow projects through to completion.  We are seeking individuals who demonstrate leadership potential, and who are passionate about learning and understanding the day-day management of an academic medical center.  Prospective administrative fellow candidates should embody the values of all –UCSF Medical Center employees: Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Diversity and Excellence.

Term: 1
Description/Structure:

A mentored fellowship at UCSF Medical Center fosters professional development in several areas: 

  • The application of health management core knowledge and specialty skills
  • The development of new practice-based skills
  • Attention to professional self-assessment and personal growth
  • Exposure to health management in a leading academic medical center 

This AFP provides an important first step to a career in the field if a student has little or no prior experience.  If the student has extensive experience or advanced degrees in other fields, they have the opportunity to apply existing skills at a higher level and to develop new professional skills in health management.   

Based on the fellow’s interest and the needs of UCSF Medical Center, fellows may be assigned to work in any of the following areas: 

  • Operations: process improvement, patient satisfaction, patient flow
  • Strategic planning: long-range planning, business development, market positioning, program review
  • Patient Safety and Quality Management: performance improvement, TJC, regulatory affairs, etc
  • Finance: analysis, budgeting, accounting, forecasting, new program assessment
  • Marketing: research, planning, promotion
  • Support Services: facilities, food services, materiel management, etc.
  • Ancillary Services: pharmacy, clinical laboratories, radiology etc.
  • Human Resources: labor relations, benefits, recruitment and retention, training
  • Information Technology: emerging technologies, project management, information security  

Compensation

UCSF Medical Center offers a compensation package that is competitive with other fellowship programs.   

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Administrative Fellowship and Residency Coordinator

The Medical Center’s fellowship and residency coordinator oversees the program and the full year fellow as well as the summer resident selection process.  The administrative fellowship coordinator will meet with the fellow to explore areas of interest and goals and, knowing the needs of the organization, will work to facilitate discussions between the fellow and senior leaders in order to match the fellow with an appropriate senior-level mentor(s) and/or project assignment for the benefit of all.   

The administrative fellowship coordinator will orient the fellow to the organization and remain an available resource throughout the fellowship. Orientation will include: 

  • Describing the organization and its mission, vision and values
  • Reviewing relevant organizational policies and procedures
  • Arranging informational meetings with key personnel in fellow’s area of interest
  • Meeting occasionally with the fellow to see how things are going and assist, if needed. 

Mentor

Fellow mentor(s) may be at the Director, Executive Director, Chief Officer level, or may be a mix, depending on the specific interests of the fellow.  Mentors are fully committed to both the administrative fellowship and residency program and will meet frequently with the administrative fellow to discuss career goals, develop fellowship goals and monitor progress against goals, share management perspectives and experience, identify internal and external sources to work with the fellow, provide feedback and coaching, and work toward a successful, mutually beneficial health management fellowship. 

Administrative Fellows

The fellow is expected to function as a professional, which is reflected in the projects and activities performed and in relationship with the organization’s administrators and other staff.  The fellow is responsible to the mentor for agreed-upon projects and work duties including: 

  • Assisting the coordinator and the mentor with management of the fellowship
  • Seeking guidance when needed
  • Providing professional quality work
  • Complying with the policies and procedures of the organization
  • Taking initiative in designing or implementing a project
  • Completing academic and professional assignments related to the placement 

Final Presentation

At the end of the fellowship, the student will deliver a presentation to the senior leadership of UCSF Medical Center, describing one or several projects and their outcomes and highlighting major health management issues to which they were exposed through the fellowship.  A certificate of completion will presented at the end of the program.

Application Details (Please ensure to follow the instructions as incomplete applications will not be considered)

Applications for the 12-month Administrative Fellowship Program should be sent electronically as a single, consolidated PDF document to: arp@ucsfmedctr.org.  Please title the document with your first name, last name, and year of AFP e.g. First Name_Last Name 2012-3 AFP for ease of application identification.  You must also complete an application form on our webpage: http://jobs.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/admin-fellowship.html

  Please include in one PDF document in this order:

  1. Cover letter expressing interest in the fellowship
  2. Current Resume
  3. Personal Statement
    1. Applicants should write a one-two page summary of his/her professional goals within healthcare, specifying areas of interest and reasons for pursuing an administrative fellowship at UCSF Medical Center.  Applicants should also describe their interest in healthcare leadership and outline specific contributions he or she would make to the medical center.
  4. List of 3 references with the following details included for each individual:
    1. Name
    2. Title
    3. Relationship with reference
    4. Phone number
    5. E-mail
  5. Transcript - unofficial document is acceptable

 Fellowship Application Process Timeline

  • Application deadline: October 1, 2012
  • Telephone screening interviews: late October
  • Video-conference interviews: mid-November
  • Selection notification: late November

  Administrative Fellowship Coordinator:

Frances Flannery

Administrative Director, Medical Center Administration

e: arp@ucsfmedctr.org

p: 415 353-4117 

Commitment to Diversity

UCSF Medical Center is committed to diversity in its hiring practices, development and training as well as achieving cultural competency in the delivery of patient care to a diverse and multicultural population.  UCSF Medical Center seeks to provide opportunities to underrepresented individuals in the field of health care administration through the administrative fellowship and residency programs.   

The University of California, in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran.  The University also prohibits sexual harassment. 


Application deadline: 10/01/2012
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2012; late November, 2012
Start date: 07/01/2013

Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Avenue
MU5E
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Administrative Director Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program(1)
Qualifications:

The UCSF Medical Center Administrative Fellowship Program (AFP) provides the opportunity for postgraduate students in health management, health policy, public health, medicine and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting.  The fellow contributes to UCSF Medical Center’s resources while gaining valuable management and analytical experience and developing personal confidence and leadership skills as a health management professional. 

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an individual who is a self-starter with a proven ability to work independently and follow projects through to completion.  We are seeking individuals who demonstrate leadership potential, and who are passionate about learning and understanding the day-day management of an academic medical center.  Prospective administrative fellow candidates should embody the values of all –UCSF Medical Center employees: Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Diversity and Excellence.

Term: Up to Two Years
Description/Structure:

A mentored fellowship at UCSF Medical Center fosters professional development in several areas: 

  • The application of health management core knowledge and specialty skills
  • The development of new practice-based skills
  • Attention to professional self-assessment and personal growth
  • Exposure to health management in a leading academic medical center 

This AFP provides an important first step to a career in the field if a student has little or no prior experience.  If the student has extensive experience or advanced degrees in other fields, they have the opportunity to apply existing skills at a higher level and to develop new professional skills in health management.   

Based on the fellow’s interest and the needs of UCSF Medical Center, fellows may be assigned to work in any of the following areas: 

  • Operations: process improvement, patient satisfaction, patient flow
  • Strategic planning: long-range planning, business development, market positioning, program review
  • Patient Safety and Quality Management: performance improvement, TJC, regulatory affairs, etc
  • Finance: analysis, budgeting, accounting, forecasting, new program assessment
  • Marketing: research, planning, promotion
  • Support Services: facilities, food services, materiel management, etc.
  • Ancillary Services: pharmacy, clinical laboratories, radiology etc.
  • Human Resources: labor relations, benefits, recruitment and retention, training
  • Information Technology: emerging technologies, project management, information security  

Compensation

UCSF Medical Center offers a compensation package that is competitive with other fellowship programs.   

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Administrative Fellowship Coordinator

The Medical Center’s fellowship coordinator oversees the program.  The administrative fellowship coordinator will meet with the fellow to explore areas of interest and goals and, knowing the needs of the organization, will work to facilitate discussions between the fellow and senior leaders in order to match the fellow with an appropriate senior-level mentor(s) and/or project assignment for the benefit of all.   

The administrative fellowship coordinator will orient the fellow to the organization and remain an available resource throughout the fellowship. Orientation will include: 

  • Describing the organization and its mission, vision and values
  • Reviewing relevant organizational policies and procedures
  • Arranging informational meetings with key personnel in fellow’s area of interest
  • Meeting occasionally with the fellow to see how things are going and assist, if needed. 

Mentor

Fellow mentor(s) may be at the Director, Executive Director, Chief Officer level, or may be a mix, depending on the specific interests of the fellow.  Mentors are fully committed to both the administrative fellowship and residency program and will meet frequently with the administrative fellow to discuss career goals, develop fellowship goals and monitor progress against goals, share management perspectives and experience, identify internal and external sources to work with the fellow, provide feedback and coaching, and work toward a successful, mutually beneficial health management fellowship. 

Administrative Fellows

The fellow is expected to function as a professional, which is reflected in the projects and activities performed and in relationship with the organization’s administrators and other staff.  The fellow is responsible to the mentor for agreed-upon projects and work duties including: 

  • Assisting the coordinator and the mentor with management of the fellowship
  • Seeking guidance when needed
  • Providing professional quality work
  • Complying with the policies and procedures of the organization
  • Taking initiative in designing or implementing a project
  • Completing academic and professional assignments related to the placement 

Final Presentation

At the end of the fellowship, the student will deliver a presentation to the senior leadership of UCSF Medical Center, describing one or several projects and their outcomes and highlighting major health management issues to which they were exposed through the fellowship.  A certificate of completion will presented at the end of the program.

Application Details (Please ensure to follow the instructions as incomplete applications will not be considered)

Applications for the Administrative Fellowship Program should be sent electronically as a single, consolidated PDF document to: arp@ucsfmedctr.org.  Please title the document with your first name, last name, and year of AFP e.g. First Name_Last Name 2014 AFP for ease of application identification.  You must also complete an application form on our webpage: http://jobs.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/admin-fellowship.html

  Please include in one PDF document in this order:

  1. Cover letter expressing interest in the fellowship
  2. Current Resume
  3. Personal Statement
    1. Applicants should write a one-two page summary of his/her professional goals within healthcare, specifying areas of interest and reasons for pursuing an administrative fellowship at UCSF Medical Center.  Applicants should also describe their interest in healthcare leadership and outline specific contributions he or she would make to the medical center.
  4. List of 3 references with the following details included for each individual:
    1. Name
    2. Title
    3. Relationship with reference
    4. Phone number
    5. E-mail
  5. Transcript - unofficial document is acceptable

 Fellowship Application Process Timeline

  • Application deadline: October 1, 2013
  • Telephone screening interviews: late October
  • Video-conference interviews: mid-November
  • Selection notification: late November

  Administrative Fellowship Coordinator:

Frances Flannery

Administrative Director, Medical Center Administration

e: arp@ucsfmedctr.org

p: 415 353-4117 

Commitment to Diversity

UCSF Medical Center is committed to diversity in its hiring practices, development and training as well as achieving cultural competency in the delivery of patient care to a diverse and multicultural population.  UCSF Medical Center seeks to provide opportunities to underrepresented individuals in the field of health care administration through the administrative fellowship and residency programs.   

The University of California, in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran.  The University also prohibits sexual harassment. 


Application deadline: 10/01/2013
Selection announcement date: 11/30/2013; late November, 2013
Start date: 07/01/2014

  UCSF Medical Center
Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Avenue
MU5E, Box 0296
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Manager, Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications:

The UCSF Medical Center Administrative Residency Program (ARP) provides the opportunity for graduate students in health management, health policy, public health, medicine and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting. 

To apply: please send a current resume and a letter outlining why an administrative residency at UCSF Medical Center is of interest.

Term: one year
Description/Structure:

Based on the resident’s interest and the needs of UCSF Medical Center, residents may be assigned to work in any of the following areas:

·     Strategic planning: long-range planning, business development, market positioning, program review

·     Operations: monitoring and control, patient satisfaction, patient flow

·     Marketing: research, planning, promotion

·     Finance: analysis, budgeting, accounting, forecasting, new program assessment

·     Support Services: facilities, food services, materiel management, etc.

·     Ancillary Services: pharmacy, clinical laboratories, radiology etc.

·     Human Resources: labor relations, benefits, recruitment and retention, training

·     Patient Safety and Quality Management: performance improvement, JCAHO, regulatory affairs, etc.

·     Information Technology: emerging technologies, project management, information security 


Application deadline: 01/08/2010
Selection announcement date: March 2010
Start date: June 2010

Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Avenue
MU5E, Box 0296
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Manager, Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency - Summer Intern(1)
Qualifications:

The UCSF Medical Center Administrative Residency Program (ARP) provides the opportunity for graduate students in health management, health policy, public health, medicine and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting.

To apply: please send a current resume and a letter outlining why an administrative residency at UCSF Medical Center is of interest.

Term: 3 months
Description/Structure:

Based on the resident’s interest and the needs of UCSF Medical Center, residents may be assigned to work in any of the following areas:

 

·     Strategic planning: long-range planning, business development, market positioning, program review

·     Operations: monitoring and control, patient satisfaction, patient flow

·     Marketing: research, planning, promotion

·     Finance: analysis, budgeting, accounting, forecasting, new program assessment

·     Support Services: facilities, food services, materiel management, etc.

·     Ancillary Services: pharmacy, clinical laboratories, radiology etc.

·     Human Resources: labor relations, benefits, recruitment and retention, training

·     Patient Safety and Quality Management: performance improvement, JCAHO, regulatory affairs, etc.

·     Information Technology: emerging technologies, project management, information security


Application deadline: 01/08/2010
Selection announcement date: March 2010
Start date: June 2010

Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Ave
MU5E
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Manager, Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency(1)
Qualifications:

The UCSF Medical Center Administrative Residency Program (ARP) provides the opportunity for graduate students in health management, health policy, public health, MBA and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. 

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an individual who is a self-starter with a proven ability to work independently and follow projects through to completion.  We are seeking individuals who demonstrate leadership potential, and who are passionate about learning and understanding the day-day management of an academic medical center.  Prospective administrative residents should embody the values of all UCSF Medical Center employees: Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Diversity and Excellence.

Term: one year
Description/Structure:

The program provides a postgraduate student with the opportunity for project based work in a variety of functions and areas.  This exposure will allow the resident to explore the complex and unique environment that an academic medical center has to offer.

It is an exciting time to be part of this leading institution.  UCSF Medical Center is currently engaged in many projects including an electronic medical record implementation and the planning of a new 289 bed complex scheduled to open in 2014 to serve children, women and cancer patients adjacent to the existing 43-acre biomedical campus.  UCSF Medical Center is one of the country’s top-ranked medical centers 10 years in a row in U.S News & World Report magazine’s 2010 “America’s Best Hospitals” issue, and is making great strides in Patient Safety and Quality, being recognized nationally as a leader in this field by the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC). 

Compensation: UCSF Medical Center offers a compensation package that is competitive with other residency programs.  

 

Application details - Please include:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the residency
  • Current Resume
  • Personal Statement
    • Applicants should write a one-two page summary of his/her professional goals within healthcare, specifying areas of interest and reasons for pursuing an administrative residency at UCSF Medical Center.  Applicants should also describe their interest in healthcare leadership and outline specific contributions he or she would make to the medical center.

Application deadline: 10/15/2010
Selection announcement date: December 2010
Start date: July 1 2011

Organization and Address: UCSF Medical Center
500 Parnassus Avenue
MU5E, Box 0296
San Francisco, CA 94143-0296
Attn: Frances Flannery, Administrative Director, Medical Center Administration
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship Program(2)
Qualifications:

The program provides a postgraduate with the opportunity for project-based work in a variety of functions and areas. This exposure will allow the fellow to explore the complex and unique environment that an academic medical center has to offer.

The UCSF Medical Center AFP provides the opportunity for graduate students in health management, health policy, public health, MBA and other related programs to integrate classroom learning with practical experience in a leading academic healthcare setting. Strong analytical, organizational and communication skills are also required. 

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an individual who is a self-starter with a proven ability to work independently and follow projects through to completion.  We are seeking individuals who demonstrate leadership potential, and who are passionate about learning and understanding the day-day management of an academic medical center.  Prospective administrative residents should embody the values of all UCSF Medical Center employees: Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Diversity and Excellence.

 

 

Term: 2
Description/Structure:

UCSF Medical Center and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital is pleased to offer a two-year Administrative Fellowship Program that provides future healthcare leaders a hands-on educational and training opportunity exploring the complex environment of a leading academic medical center in an urban setting.

Year 1:

Orientation:

During the first month of the Program, fellows participate in informational interviews with members of senior leadership team.

Projects:

The fellow and his/her preceptor select projects that are mutually beneficial to the fellow, and the organizationThe initial project selection is completed prior to the start of the fellowship. (further details will be provided upon selection to the program). 

Committee Meetings:

Fellows rotate among key committees to gain a broad background and understanding.  By observing leaders, fellows gain an awareness of various decision-making processes and challenges facing today’s executives.

Senior Leadership Meetings:

Fellows meet quarterly, as a group, with Chief Executive Officer to discuss fellowship progress, professional development opportunities, and current health care issues. In addition, fellows meet quarterly as a group with other senior leaders to discuss program design and post-fellowship opportunities.

Tours and Shadowing

Educational tours of various departments throughout the medical center are arranged for the Fellow.  A Fellow may request to shadow a senior leader at various intervals throughout the fellowship.

Lunch ‘n’ Learns, Interviews:

Fellows organize and facilitate monthly informational sessions with various members of leadership to discuss topics that affect the health care industry.

Administrator On-Call:

Fellows are added to the Administrator On-Call schedule where they are paired with a UCSF Medical Center Administrator who provides guidance while the fellow shadows the 24-hour administrative contact during their scheduled rotation.

Lean Certification

In addition to the projects during the first year, the fellow engages in a long-term process improvement training class and leads a process improvement project that may or may not be in an area of rotation. Projects are selected from current organizational priorities, such as business development, strategic planning, and hospital operations.

Presentation to Senior Leadership:

At six months, and one year – the Fellow will provide a presentation to Senior Leadership focusing on project progress, deliverables, lessons learned, as well as opportunities for growth.   

 Year 2:

Rotation through key areas of Hospital Operations:

Fellows have the opportunity to rotate through various departments within the medical center and clinics. The rotations are intended to give fellows exposure to working with physicians, nurses and other clinical staff, as well as an opportunity to observe frontline procedures and patient care.  Eight months of the second year is spent serving as an interim manager of a department that is selected based on institutional need and the fellow’s goals and skills. 

Final Four months

The final four months of the fellowship provide the fellow with an opportunity to select an area of interest, and potentially of future employment within the Clinical Enterprise*.

Evaluation

Fellows will be officially evaluated by their preceptors in January and June of each year using an online evaluation tool.

Roles and Expectations

Each fellow will work with a preceptor during each project and rotation.  Preceptors are responsible for guidance and progress by:

Formalizing role and expectations for project (includes: explaining fellow’s role to all involved in project, as well as % of time, and duration of project)

  • Defining progress
  • Meeting with fellows regularly
  • Providing timely feedback regarding performance and progress

Fellows are responsible for providing their advisors and preceptors with all the necessary information to ensure a mutually beneficial experience.

To apply, please visit our website: 

http://jobs.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/admin-fellowship.html

 


Application deadline: 10/01/2014
Selection announcement date: November 2014
Start date: July 1, 2015

  University HealthCare Alliance
Organization and Address: University HealthCare Alliance
855 Oak Grove Ave
100
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Attn: Sean Tran, HR Manager
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

University HealthCare Alliance seeks qualified candidates for the Administrative Fellowship Program who are Masters-prepared in one or more of the following fields of study or related degree programs:

  • Health Services Administration
  • Business Administration
  • Public Health

Applicants must complete their Master’s degree prior to start date of employment.

All applicants are required to submit the following documentation:

  • Current resume or current vitae
  • Personal statement (1-2 pages) that outlines career objectives and interest in pursuing a fellowship position at UHA.
  • Three letters of recommendation (faculty recommendation from current Masters program and/or professional recommendation)
  • Official transcript of graduate coursework.

Please email your application packet to:  setran@stanfordmed.org.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

The Administrative Fellow Program at University HealthCare Alliance (UHA) is designed to promote the growth and development of future healthcare leaders.  The program provides postgraduate training in health services management and is intended to provide opportunities for mentorship from senior leaders who are committed to creating a premiere learning experience.

The administrative fellow will have exposure and opportunities to collaborate with senior executives to develop goals and success measures for various projects. The Fellow will also be exposed to management and senior level decision-making through participation in a variety of leadership meetings (Executive Council, Operations Council, etc). 

UHA is currently accepting applications for a fellow to start in the Fall 2013 and Summer 2014. The fellow is expected to complete the 12-month program.  The fellow will also participate in a formal performance goal setting process with their mentor and receive written feedback twice during the 12 month period (mid-year, year-end).  Informal feedback and coaching sessions will occur throughout the fellowship program.

About University HealthCare Alliance

University HealthCare Alliance is a physician network and medical foundation partnered with Stanford Hospital & Clinics

UHA was founded with a mission to provide excellent medical care through exceptional access and service in communities around the Bay Area. We are pioneering new ways to practice medicine across multiple locations, using Stanford's advanced resources to create seamless continuity of care for every patient in our growing network.

Our unique structure allows for preserving a private practice environment for individual physicians and medical groups while providing access to one of the world's leading medical institutions.


Application deadline: 09/27/2013
Selection announcement date: Late November
Start date: Fall/Summer

  VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Adrienne Dodge, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair), and an official copy of their graduate transcript. Prior to a fellowship appointment, incumbents will be required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work at any VA healthcare facility. Those who will be residents are NOT required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work prior to appointment.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure: During the experience, the resident/fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers contained within the network. The resident/fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through other components of the health system (such as community based outpatient clinics), and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring healthcare facility). After completing these rotations, the resident/fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the resident’s/fellow’s areas of interest. These tasks and projects may be simple and short-lived, or more complex and lengthy; they are an integral part of the residency/fellowship and aim to equip the resident/fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. (The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network houses two of the VA’s largest research centers). The resident/fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with, the Network Director and Network Operations Officer. The resident/fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the network and the senior management teams at the facilities. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the resident/fellow forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to the resident/fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific@va.gov
Application deadline: 02/01/2008
Selection announcement date: Late March
Start date: Negotiable, June/July 2008

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Kimberly Moore, Special Projects Coordinator
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. Those applying for a fellowship will need to complete 40 hrs of voluntary service at any VA medical center or network office in the nation prior to graduation and beginning the fellowship; this requirement does NOT apply to those applicants who are applying for a residency.
Term: 1 yr
Description/Structure: The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network Administrative Residency/Fellowship is a one-year program designed to expose the Resident/Fellow the operations of an integrated healthcare network and involve them in the management and administrative activities of the Network. The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network is comprised of five healthcare systems actively affiliated with all major medical schools in southern California and southern Nevada. During the training experience, the resident/fellow will rotate through various departments of the five healthcare systems as well as complete rotations through community based outpatient clinics. While completing these rotations and throughout the training year, the resident/fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in his or her areas of interest. These tasks and projects will relate to various aspects of the planning and operational functions of the Network and are an integral part of the residency/fellowship designed to equip the incumbent with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator and leader. Areas of interest that may be explored include but are not limited to: operations management, project management, financial management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. (The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network houses two of the VA’s largest research centers). The incumbent will report directly to and have a close working relationship with the Network Director and Network Operations Officer. The incumbent will also work closely with the other Network senior leaders and with the health systems' senior management teams and have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the incumbent forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: http://www.visn22.med.va.gov/home.htm
Application deadline: 02/01/2007
Selection announcement date: 05/15/2007
Start date: Negotiable, July 2006

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Kimberly Panzuto, Special Projects Coordinator, Adrienne Dodge, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation- one from the applicant's program director/department chair, and an official copy of their graduate transcripts. Those applying for a fellowship will need to complete 40 hrs of voluntary service at any VA medical center or network office in the nation prior to graduation and beginning the fellowship; this requirement does NOT apply to those applicants who are applying for a residency.
Term: 1 yr
Description/Structure: The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network Administrative Residency/Fellowship is a one-year program designed to expose the resident/fellow to the operations of an integrated healthcare network and involve them in the management and administrative activities of the Network. The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network is comprised of five healthcare systems actively affiliated with all major medical schools in southern California and southern Nevada. During the training experience, the resident/fellow will rotate through various departments of the five healthcare systems as well as complete rotations through community based outpatient clinics. While completing these rotations and throughout the training year, the resident/fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in his or her areas of interest. These tasks and projects will relate to various aspects of the planning and operational functions of the Network and are an integral part of the residency/fellowship designed to equip the incumbent with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator and leader. Areas of interest that may be explored include but are not limited to: operations management, project management, financial management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. (The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network houses two of the VA’s largest research centers). The incumbent will report directly to and have a close working relationship with the Network Director and Network Operations Officer. The incumbent will also work closely with the other Network senior leaders and with the health systems' senior management teams and have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the incumbent forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: http://www.visn22.med.va.gov/
Application deadline: 02/01/2007
Selection announcement date: 05/15/2007
Start date: Negotiable, July 2007

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Ada Cheng, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and currently enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems-thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. To apply, please send: a copy of your resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the program director/department chair), and an official copy of your graduate transcript. Prior to a fellowship appointment, incumbents will be required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work at any VA healthcare facility. Those who will be residents are NOT required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work prior to appointment.
Term: 1 year
Description/Structure: During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers contained within the network. The fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through other components of the health system (such as community based outpatient clinics), and external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring healthcare facility). After completing these rotations, the fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the fellow’s areas of interest; these projects are an integral part of the fellowship and are aimed at equipping the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. The fellow will report directly to the Network Director and Network Chief Operations Officer. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers and the senior management teams at the five facilities. The fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific@va.gov
Application deadline: 02/01/2008
Selection announcement date: Late March
Start date: Negotiable, June/July 2008

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Alejandro Algarin, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and currently enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems-thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. To apply, please send: a copy of your resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the program director/department chair), and an official copy of your graduate transcript.
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers in the Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. The fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through community based outpatient clinics, VA Central Office, other branches of the Department of Veterans Affairs such as the Veterans Benefits Administration, or other external healthcare facility. After completing these rotations, the fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the fellow’s areas of interest; these projects are an integral part of the fellowship and are aimed at equipping the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. The fellow will report directly to the Network Director and Network Chief Operations Officer. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers and the senior management teams at the five facilities. The fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit www.desertpacific.va.gov/
Application deadline: 02/01/2009
Selection announcement date: Late March 2009
Start date: Negotiable, Summer 2009

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Alejandro Algarin, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US Citizen and currently enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems-thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. To apply, please send: a copy of your resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the program director/department chair), and an official copy of your graduate transcript.
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure: During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers in the Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. The fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through community based outpatient clinics, VA Central Office, other branches of the Department of Veterans Affairs such as the Veterans Benefits Administration, or other external healthcare facility. After completing these rotations, the fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the fellow’s areas of interest; these projects are an integral part of the fellowship and are aimed at equipping the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. The fellow will report directly to the Network Director and Network Chief Operations Officer. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers and the senior management teams at the five facilities. The fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit www.desertpacific.va.gov/
Application deadline: 02/01/2009
Selection announcement date: Late March 2009
Start date: Negotiable, Summer 2009

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Melissa Mancone, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(2)
Qualifications:

Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MPA or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network.

Applicants must provide:

  • a copy of their resume,
  • two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair),
  • an official copy of their graduate transcript.
  • and please also include a personal statement describing why you would like a fellowship with VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network and what you are hoping to get out of the experience.
Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers contained within the network. The fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through other components of the health system (such as community based outpatient clinics), and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring healthcare facility). After completing these rotations, the resident/fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the fellow’s areas of interest. These tasks and projects may be simple and short-lived, or more complex and lengthy; they are an integral part of the fellowship and aim to equip the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. (The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network houses two of the VA’s largest research centers). The fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with, the Network Director and Network Operations Officer. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the network and the senior management teams at the facilities. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the fellow forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to the fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. The position is paid at a GS-9 pay grade for the first year and GS-11 the second year. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific@va.gov


Application deadline: 02/01/2010
Selection announcement date: Late March
Start date: Negotiable, June/July 2010

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Jameela Ali, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

1. Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA program and graduating in December 2010 or May 2011. We will also accept individuals who have completed all of their didactic courses within the abovementioned programs and need to complete a residency in order to attain their graduate degree. Applicants are required to apply formally through USAjobs.gov via the following link:

The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network Administrative Residency/Fellowship is a paid, two-year program designed to expose the fellow the operations of an integrated healthcare network and involve them in the management and administrative activities of the Network. The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network is comprised of five healthcare systems and 29 clinics.  It is actively affiliated with all major medical schools in southern California and southern Nevada.

During the first year of the program, the fellow with rotate through various departments of the five healthcare systems within the Network. The fellow will also complete rotations through other components of the health system (such as Community Clinics), and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, Veterans Affairs Central Office or a neighboring healthcare facility).

After completing these rotations, the fellow will be assigned tasks and projects in various areas of his or her interest. Areas include, but are not limited to: operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration.

These tasks and projects will relate to various aspects of the planning and operational functions of the Network and are an integral part of the fellowship, aimed at equipping the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator.

The fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with, the Network Director and Deputy Network Director. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the Network and the senior management teams within the five healthcare systems. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and Network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the fellow forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to the fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style.

For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website:  http://www.desertpacific.va.gov/


Application deadline: 02/01/2011
Selection announcement date: Late March 2011
Start date: Negotiable, June/July 2011

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Jameela Ali, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(0)
Qualifications: The announcement is being canceled based on The President’s Executive Order 13562 – Recruiting and Hiring Students and Recent Graduates located as found on the White House website at:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2010/12/27/executive-order-recruiting-and-hiring-students-and-recent-graduates
Term: 0
Description/Structure: N/A
Application deadline: *Info Not Available Online
Selection announcement date: *Info Not Available Online
Start date: *Info Not Available Online

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Jan Stock, HR Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME- or CEPH-accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MPA or MBA program. Applicants should possess strong communication and technical skills as well as a systems thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and have a heightened sensitivity for the mission and core values of the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network.

Applicants must provide:

  • a copy of their resume,
  • two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair),
  • an official copy of their graduate transcript.
  • and please also include a personal statement describing why you would like a fellowship with VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network and what you are hoping to get out of the experience.

Mail application to:

VA San Diego Healthcare System

Human Resource Management Service (05)

5120 Shoreham Place

San Diego, CA 92122

Attn: Jan Stock, HR Specialist

Term: 2 years
Description/Structure:

During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers contained within the network. The fellow will also have the opportunity to complete rotations through other components of the health system (such as community based outpatient clinics), and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring healthcare facility). After completing these rotations, the resident/fellow will be expected to undertake various tasks and complete projects in the fellow’s areas of interest. These tasks and projects may be simple and short-lived, or more complex and lengthy; they are an integral part of the fellowship and aim to equip the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. (The VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network houses two of the VA’s largest research centers). The fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with, the Network Director and Network Operations Officer. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the network and the senior management teams at the facilities. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive leadership board meetings, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers will result in the fellow forming meaningful professional relationships and adopting the knowledge and skills essential to the fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. The position is paid at a GS-9 pay grade for the first year and GS-11 the second year. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific@va.gov


Application deadline: 05/31/2011
Selection announcement date: late June
Start date: Negotiable, July/August 2011

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Meredith Wagner, Health Systems Management Trainee
Title and Number of Positions: GHATP Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

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Applicants must APPLY through the following site: ?

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/306896200

Applicants must be a US Citizen

GS-7:

Administrative Resident

1. Enrolled in a CAHME-, CEPH-, AACSB-, ACBSP-, or NASPAA- accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MBA, MPA, MSPA or other Health Care Management / Administration Degree program program. MBA, MPA and MSPA candidates must have completed at least two health care administration courses as part of their graduate degree to qualify.

2. The selected resident must be able to complete 640 hours of the VA GHATP Administrative Residency before graduation.

3. Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair), and a copy of their graduate transcript.

GS-9:

Administrative Fellow

1. Enrolled in a CAHME-, CEPH-, AACSB-, ACBSP-, or NASPAA- accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MBA, MPA, MSPA or other Health Care Management / Administration Degree program.

2. Prior to a fellowship appointment, incumbents will be required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work at any VA healthcare facility before graduation.

3. Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair), and a copy of their graduate transcript.

You will be rated on the following Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other characteristics (KSAOs):

1.     Knowledge of basic health care management principles, practices, and techniques

2.     Strong communication skills, both written and oral

3.     Ability to use methods for conducting studies and gathering qualitative and quantitative data

4.     Ability to manage projects/programs achieving milestones and meeting deadlines

5.     Systems-thinking ability

6.     Involvement in professional associations/community involvement

7.     GPA greater than 3.5 on a 4.0 scale preferred

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

VHA's Administrative Residents/Fellows Program under the Graduate Healthcare Administration Training Program (GHATP) supplements the didactic component of health services administration graduate programs with opportunities for applying knowledge gained through coursework. Through this program, VA provides in-hospital experiences for students receiving their master's degree in the health care management/administration field.

During the experience, the resident/fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers located within the Network. The resident/fellow will also have opportunities to complete rotations through other components of the health system offering access to academically-affiliated medical centers, community-based outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgical centers, domiciliaries, long-term care services, electronic health record system, research centers, telehealth programs, and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring non-VA health care facility). After completing these rotations, the resident/fellow will complete a diverse range of management tasks and projects in the resident’s/fellow’s areas of interest, as well as in areas of the organization’s needs. These assignments are an integral part of the residency/fellowship aimed at equipping the resident/fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. The resident/fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with the Network Director and Deputy Network Director. The resident/fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the Network and the senior leadership teams at the Medical Centers. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive board meetings, morning reports, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers a meaningful professional relationship with experienced senior leaders and guidance in gaining the knowledge and skills essential to the resident/fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: http://www.desertpacific.va.gov/.


Application deadline: 02/19/2012
Selection announcement date: Late March 2012
Start date: Negotiable, no sooner than May 1, 2012

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Lindsey Smith, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must be a US Citizen and enrolled in a CAHME-, CEPH-, AUPHA-, AACSB-, ACBSP-, or NASPAA- accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MBA, or MPA program. MBA and MPA candidates must have completed at least two health care administration courses to qualify. Applicants should possess knowledge of health care systems management principles, strong communication skills, ability to analyze complex problems, and systems-thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and understand the mission and core values of the Veterans Health Administration. Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair), and a copy of their graduate transcript. Prior to a fellowship appointment, incumbents will be required to complete 40 hours of volunteer work at any VA healthcare facility.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

During the experience, the fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers located within the Network. The fellow will also have opportunities to complete rotations through other components of the health system offering access to academically-affiliated medical centers, community-based outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgical centers, domiciliaries, long-term care services, electronic health record system, research centers, telehealth programs, and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring non-VA health care facility). After completing these rotations, the fellow will complete a diverse range of management tasks and projects in the fellow’s areas of interest, as well as in areas of the organization’s needs. These assignments are an integral part of the fellowship aimed at equipping the fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. The fellow will report directly to, and have close working relationships with the Network Director and Deputy Network Director. The fellow will also work closely with the other officers in the Network and the senior leadership teams at the Medical Centers. The fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive board meetings, morning reports, conferences, and more. The mentoring experience our program offers a meaningful professional relationship with experienced senior leaders and guidance in gaining the knowledge and skills essential to the fellow successfully developing his or her own management and leadership style. For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific.va.gov. To apply, please visit the following website: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/333873300


Application deadline: 03/01/2013
Selection announcement date: Late March, 2013
Start date: Negotiable, no sooner than May 1, 2013

Organization and Address: VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (10N/22)
300 Oceangate
Suite 700
Long Beach, CA 90802
Attn: Robert Platou, Administrative Fellow
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Residency/Fellowship(1)
Qualifications:

Applicants must be a US Citizen and graduate from a CAHME-, CEPH-, AUPHA-, AACSB-, ACBSP-, or NASPAA- accredited MHA, MHSA, MPH, MBA, or MPA program. MBA and MPA candidates must have completed at least two health care administration courses to qualify.  Applicants must have graduated within the last two years. Six years of eligibility for Veterans precluded from being a recent graduate due to military service obligations provided that the individual meets the definition of "Veteran" under 5 U.S.C 2108.

Applicants should possess knowledge of health care systems management principles, strong communication skills, ability to analyze complex problems, and systems-thinking ability. Applicants should be highly self-motivated, able to readily adapt to new and diverse situations, and understand the mission and core values of the Veterans Health Administration.

Applicants must provide a copy of their resume, two letters of recommendation (one from the applicant's program director/department chair and one professional reference), and a copy of their unofficial graduate transcript.

Term: 1 year
Description/Structure:

VA Desert Pacific Healthcare is a fully-integrated, comprehensive health care network committed to honoring America’s Veterans by providing a full continuum of high quality services.  The Network is comprised of five health care systems: VA Greater Los Angeles, VA Loma Linda, VA San Diego, VA Long Beach, and VA Southern Nevada.  

During the experience, the resident/fellow will rotate through various departments of the five medical centers located within the Network. The resident/fellow will also have opportunities to complete rotations through other components of the health system offering access to academically-affiliated medical centers, community-based outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgical centers, domiciliaries, long-term care services, electronic health record system, research centers, telehealth programs, and/or external rotations (such as Veterans Benefits Administration, or a neighboring non-VA health care facility). After completing these rotations, the resident/fellow will complete a diverse range of management tasks and projects in the resident's/fellow's areas of interest, as well as in areas of the organization's needs. These assignments are an integral part of the residency/fellowship aimed at equipping the resident/fellow with the necessary competencies of an effective healthcare administrator. Areas of interest that may be explored include (but are not limited to): operations management, project management, finance management, quality management, information systems management, medical management, human resources management and research administration. The resident/fellow will report to the Network Operations Officer, and will be mentored by the Network Director. The resident/fellow will also work closely with the other officials in the healthcare system and the senior leadership teams at the Five VA medical centers within the Desert Pacific Healthcare Network. The resident/fellow will have the opportunity to attend senior management and network executive board meetings, morning reports, conferences, and more.

For more information about the VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network, please visit the following website: www.desertpacific.va.gov.  Interested applicants can review application requirements and see the schedule of locations listed on the following website where a representative will be accepting applications:

Administrative Resident Position: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/361072700

Administrative Fellow Position: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/360829800


Application deadline: February 2014
Selection announcement date: Late March, 2014
Start date: No sooner than May 1, 2014

  VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
Organization and Address: VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
11301 Wilshire Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90073
Attn: Linda S. Surapruik,
Title and Number of Positions: Postgraduate Fellowship(3)
Qualifications: - MHA/MHSA/MPH/MBA or equivalent from CAHME or USDA accredited graduate program - Must be a US citizen
Term: one year, second year negotiable
Description/Structure: The Postgraduate Fellowship Program is intended to assist early careerists in becoming familiar with a large, tertiary care health system, developing professional skills, gaining practical experience, and providing leadership guidance. These goals are accomplished through rotations, project work, participating in executive level activities, and mentorship. - Rotations through intra-facility programs and departments, rotations through network facilities, rotation through VA Central Office departments of interest - Projects will include cost benefit analyses, program reviews, policy development and implementation, process improvement. - Executive activities will include attending stakeholder events, retreats, and strategic planning meetings. - Mentorship will be provided by the Director of the Health System. Everyday operational guidance will be provided by a board.
Application deadline: 02/06/2009
Selection announcement date: April 2009
Start date: July 2009

  VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
Organization and Address: VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
11301 Wilshire Blvd (691/00EI)
Bldg 500
Los Angeles, CA 90073
Attn: Linda S. Surapruik, Chief Compliance Officer
Title and Number of Positions: Administrative Fellowship/Residency(1)
Qualifications: Applicants must be a US citizen and currently enrolled at an MHA/MPH/MPP or equivalent from CAHME or CEPH accredited graduate program. Fellows are required to apply while still enrolled and are expected to receive their degrees prior to starting the Fellowship. Additionally, Fellows are required to complete a 40 hour without compensation training experience at a VA Medical Center or Network Office prior to graduation. Completion of the training experience is not required to apply. Residents are required to apply while still enrolled but may use the residency to complete their degree requirement. Residents are not required to complete the 40 hour training experience.
Term: 1 year, 2nd year negotiable
Description/Structure: Fellows/Residents will participate in rotations through each internal service line to become familiar with the VA organization and the structure and operations of the facility. Additionally, external rotations will be completed with VA Central Office in Washington DC and each of the VISN 22 facilities. Fellows/Residents will work on projects collaboratively with other staff and individually. Projects will include cost analyses, quality of care initiatives, performance improvement, and program evaluation. Fellows/Residents will be mentored by the Hospital Director with coordination from the Administrative Training Programs. Mentoring will include working on individual strengths and weaknesses, career development, and leadership skills. Fellows/Residents will receive performance feedback on a quarterly basis. Interested individuals meeting the qualifications should request an application packet. Application materials to be submitted include a statement of interest, undergraduate and graduate school transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation, and a resume.
Application deadline: 02/16/2007
Selection announcement date: April 2007
Start date: July 2007, negotiable

Organization and Address: VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
11301 Wilshire Blvd
Human Resources 10A2
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Attn: Kristy Walker, HR Specialist
Title and Number of Positions: Health System Specialist (Recent Graduate)(2)
Qualifications:

Job announcement and to apply (updated link 2/12): 

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/337533600

Please direct application questions to the HR specialist.

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

1.   Subject to a background/suitability investigation and designated and/or random drug testing may be required.

2.   English language proficiency as required by 38 USC 7402(d) and 7407(d).

3.  Male students born after December 31, 1959 are required to have registered with the Selective Service.

4.   Applicant must either:

      (a)have been awarded,  a Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA), Masters of Business Administration MBA), Health Services Administration (MHSA), Public Administration (MPA), Public Health (MPH), Public Administration (MPA), or other Health Care Management/Administration Degree accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. This qualifying educational program must have been completed within the preceding 2 years. There are 2 exceptions:

  • Certain veterans precluded from applying within the timeframe due to a military service obligation have up to 6 years from completing their education to apply; and
  • Applicants who