Fellowship in Hospital Administration
The one-year administrative fellowship at Yale-New Haven Hospital provides an opportunity for administrative Fellows to work directly with members of the senior leadership team to achieve operational objectives and prepare for leadership positions in academic medical centers. The Administrative Fellow is a contributing member of the administrative team and reports to the President and Chief Operating Officer of Yale-New Haven Hospital. The Fellow also receives access and exposure to all members of the Senior Management team.
Project assignments are made based on initiatives underway during the Administrative Fellow’s tenure, with an attempt to meet the specific interests and needs of the Administrative Fellow. Key areas of focus have included:
- Operational effectiveness
- Service excellence
- Performance improvement
- Regulatory readiness
- Ambulatory services
- Employee engagement
- Strategic planning
Applicants must have a master's degree in health services administration, business administration or a closely related field of study. The program begins in July and applications must be submitted online by October 1 (note: transcripts and letters of reference should be mailed directly). For more information about the administrative fellowship at Yale-New Haven Hospital and how to apply, please view the brochure or contact Lyn Salsgiver.
For individuals more interested in health system administration, Yale New Haven Health System offers a two-year administrative fellowship, where Fellows rotate through the System's four major delivery networks: Yale-New Haven Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital, Greenwich Hospital and Northeast Medical Group. Learn more about the Yale New Haven Health System fellowship.
Internship in Hospital Administration
Yale-New Haven Hospital offers summer internship opportunities in hospital administration. Interns are based in the Department of Operations Support, an internal consulting group within the hospital, and are assigned a mentor from the Executive Team. In addition to obtaining invaluable mentorship, interns also gain first-hand operational and experience in a leading academic medical center as integral members of project teams. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a master health services administration, business administration or closely related academic program. The program begins in early June and applications must be submitted by February 1. For more information about administrative summer internships at Yale-New Haven Hospital and how to apply, view the Internship in Hospital Administration brochure or contact Marie-Helene Gratton.