Penn Medicine's Administrative Fellowship provides extraordinary training, helping to identify the best emerging management and leadership talent for the health care industry. Influential managerial projects designed to constantly improve health care delivery are the mainstay of this program.
A Fellowship With A Difference
The Administrative Fellowship with Penn Medicine is an extraordinary opportunity for select individuals to expand their skills and build a meaningful career — a career that will impact the way in which health care is delivered. Based at the system level, the fellowship is a two-year experience that exposes future health care leaders to the entire health care continuum under the mentorship and guidance of senior leaders. Administrative Fellows lead special projects and system-wide initiatives, as well as focus on day-to-day operational management within our hospitals and clinical practice environments. All Fellows have the option of pursuing an interim management role.
At Penn Medicine, no two Administrative Fellowships are the same. All Fellows customize their own experience to best meet their goals, and receive ample support to make it all possible.
Current and past administrative fellows, spring 2015. (pictured from left to right) Greta Gilbode, Matthew Goldstein, Rachel Kleinman, Brooke W. McDonnell, James Cervantes, Alyson Cole, and Mia Gonzales.
"The experience I gained as the Penn Medicine fellow was one of the greatest professional experiences I have had, and it completely changed the trajectory of my career."
Greta Gilbode, MBA
Administrative Fellow 2011 to 2013
Associate Director, PeriOperative Services, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania