I am pleased to announce that Anne Arundel Medical Center will offer an administrative fellowship for 2016-2017, and I encourage you to apply. From personal experience, beginning my career as an administrative fellow, I appreciate how valuable these programs are. The fellowship is a one-year immersion into a complex healthcare system through substantial hands-on projects.
This is an outstanding learning and career development opportunity for a recent healthcare master's graduate/candidate to apply their learning and continue to enrich his/her career in a vibrant and growing Medical Center.
Vision 2020: Living Healthier Together.
I personally serve as mentor and preceptor to the fellow and assure that s/he not only has exposure to all functional areas of the health system, but also to governance through board, Medical Executive Committee, and executive team meetings, as well as planning sessions and retreats. The fellow receives intensive exposure to healthcare decision-making and has the opportunity to apply concepts and skills learned in the classroom to a dynamic healthcare delivery system and work on special projects aligned with our strategic vision, annual operating plan and budget. There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member to the system.
I encourage you to review the information below. If you have any questions, please contact our current administrative fellow, Valerie Rohrbach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-481-1419.
The one-year fellowship program is coordinated under the direction of President and CEO Victoria Bayless and includes a high degree of involvement by all members of the AAMC Executive Leadership Team and other Leadership Council Members. The Fellow will take part in substantive hands-on projects that foster an understanding of overall operations of the Medical Center.
There is an emphasis on active involvement and becoming an independent contributing member at AAMC. In addition, there is a high degree of exposure to management decision-making processes though participation in leadership meetings and one-on-one time with AAMC executives and leadership level committees. The Fellow will be encouraged to establish a professional network inside and outside of the organization through contacts and involvement with professional associations.
Working at Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC)
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC), a regional health system headquartered in Annapolis, Md., serves an area of more than one million people. Founded in 1902, AAMC includes a 380-bed not-for-profit hospital, a medical group, imaging services, a substance use treatment center, and other health enterprises. In addition to a 57-acre Annapolis campus, AAMC has outpatient pavilions in Bowie, Kent Island, Odenton and Waugh Chapel.
AAMC is nationally recognized for its joint replacement center, emergency heart attack response and cancer care. A leader in women's services, AAMC delivers the state's second highest number of births annually and has a Level 3b neonatal intensive care unit.
With more than 1,000 medical staff members, 4,200 employees and 800 volunteers, AAMC consistently receives awards for quality, patient satisfaction and innovation. To learn more, visit www.askAAMC.org.
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Please email your application to Valerie Rohrbach at: email@example.com
Applications must be emailed by 5pm EST on Monday, October 5. This deadline conforms with the Code of Good Practice set by The National Council on Administrative Fellowships. On-site interviews will be held October 25 and 26. The selected candidate will be notified on November 16.
Administrative Fellow 2015-2016
Valerie Rohrbach recently joined Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) as an administrative fellow. A Pennsylvania native, Rohrbach is currently working on a master's degree at George Washington University (GWU).
Rohrbach graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of arts in international politics with a concentration in international political economy and is a Schreyer Honors College Scholar. Most recently, she was a Health Policy Fellow in the Washington, DC office of Congressman John Sarbanes.