Health Services Division Administrative Fellowship in Erie County

The Health Services Division Administrative Fellowship in Erie County will be centered at UPMC Hamot. Serving communities in northwestern Pennsylvania, western New York, and eastern Ohio, UPMC Hamot is a 446 bed, tertiary-care medical facility and regional referral hub.

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The two-year fellowship provides exposure to all aspects of health services administration operations and management. Fellows will experience:

  • High-level exposure to processes in an academic medical center, community hospital settings, and an employed physician group practice during first-year rotations
  • Operations in clinical, financial, physician, and nursing departments.
  • Mentoring¬†from senior-level executives
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