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Frequently Asked Questions

  • No, the Johns Hopkins Administrative Fellowship Program does not provide visas.

  • Our Fellows have held a variety of competitive positions post-fellowship including Director of Operations, Assistant Administrator, Ambulatory Services Manager, and Financial Analyst. Approximately 75% of our fellows are retained by Hopkins and approximately 90% of our fellows are recruited into leadership roles at academic hospitals nationally for their first post-fellowship job.

  • Fellows have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects that are determined by the Fellow’s Advisor and Preceptors. Some examples of previous projects include supply chain redesign, budget transformation, OR medication tray redesign, sterile processing assessment, price transparency, and food & nutrition redesign. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our fellows were instrumental in our response and managed a variety of initiatives including:

    • COVID-19 Expense Tracking & Cost Recovery,
    • JHM COVID-19 Testing Strategy,
    • JHM COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout,
    • JHM COVID-19 Incident Command Center, and
    • JHM COVID-19 Policy: Hospital Facemask Policy & Employee Travel Policy.
  • Fellows are exposed to and supported by many individuals in senior leadership roles throughout their fellowship. The Program Director and Advisor support the Fellow throughout the course of the curriculum; additionally, each rotation has a Rotation Preceptor. Fellows are also invited to periodic meetings with Executives including Kevin Sowers, Rick Bennett, Landon King, Robert Kasdin, Redonda Miller, Jen Nickoles, and Inez Stewart.

  • Fellows are provided a competitive salary and full benefits based on JHM second year medical residents. The fellowship provides reimbursement for one healthcare conference of choice per year.

  • Johns Hopkins Medicine is an organization with many unique, but critical functions and the Administrative Fellowship gives Fellows exposure to many of those different functions. Our goal is not to just prepare our Fellows for the next steps in their careers, but also to help them discover what part of healthcare administration they are passionate about pursuing.

  • Current job postings are found on Johns Hopkins Medicine’s job posting pages and are updated on a regular basis.

  • The personal recommendation speaks to your character and provides insight into your personal values. The letter could be from a family member, colleague, friend, etc. In your NAFCAS application, the personal letter of recommendation should be uploaded under “Other” on the “Documents” page. The personal letter of recommendation is in addition to the three letters of recommendation requested in the “Supporting Information” quadrant.

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