Johns Hopkins Medicine provides unique postgraduate training in health services management through a 2-year program that spans the combined entity of Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Administrative Fellows have exposure and opportunities to work with the many affiliates across Johns Hopkins Medicine including academic medical centers (The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center) and community hospitals (Howard County General Hospital), multiple ambulatory care sites, and a third party payor ( Johns Hopkins Healthcare).
The Administrative Fellowship is a two-year rotation-based program guided by a steering committee comprised of key leaders from throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine. Steering committee members are committed to creating a premiere learning experience designed to create future leaders in academics medical centers.
The Administrative Fellowship requires that students graduate prior to entering the program. If you would like to apply for this program, please refer to the 'How to Apply" tab on the left.
For those graduates more interested in a one-year experience OR for students needing a residency to fulfill graduation requirements, Johns Hopkins also offers several excellent one-year opportunities:
JHHS One-Year Administrative Residency Programs
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Executive Office (Contact: Robert Marshall, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org) [NOTE: The Bayview residency is only for students who require a residency to complete graduation requirements.]
Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute (Contact: Carlisa Jones email@example.com)
* * The following one-year residency is for students with a targeted career interest:
JHHS Department of Finance (Contact: Claro PioRoda firstname.lastname@example.org)