(June 17, 2013)—Brandon Rahn recently joined Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) as its second administrative fellow. An Illinois native, Rahn relocated to Annapolis after graduating with a master’s degree in health administration from St. Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. Rahn graduated from Southern Illinois University in 2011.
Rahn left the midwest last summer to intern in Santa Rosa, California at St. Joseph Health System. Most recently, he was the assistant project manager with the Missouri Health Information Exchange Evaluation Team. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and Healthcare Financial Management Association.
“In today’s changing healthcare environment, an administrative fellowship is an exciting way to expand knowledge in an increasingly complex field while gaining valuable hands-on experience,” says Tori Bayless, president and CEO of AAMC. “Successful organizations are responsible for contributing toward training the next generation of healthcare leaders, to grow and advance the healthcare workforce.”
The administrative fellowship program, developed and sponsored by Bayless, seeks to engage promising young leaders in healthcare administration by offering them a year-long, residential workplace program in healthcare settings. The fellowship provides education about the strategy and operations of the health system through departmental and subsidiary rotations as well as substantive hands-on project work.
For more information about a fellowship at AAMC, visit askAAMC.org.