Boston Medical Center Administrative Fellowship Program
The BMC Administrative Fellowship is a one-year administrative program which provides exceptional health care management and leadership training to individuals at New England’s largest safety net hospital. Fellows will be able to engage in the complexities and functions of a large academic and community-based medical center, while working in state-of-the-art clinical facilities and having unsurpassed exposure to a large, diverse patient population.
Through project-based learning guided by members of the BMC executive team, fellows have the distinctive opportunity to become qualified in areas such as corporate structure, capital finance, operations and system-wide strategic planning. Due to the flexible format of BMC’s Administrative Fellowship, fellows focus on a variety of assignments tailored to their background and further define their areas of interest. Fellows will collaborate with senior health care executives, as well as lead their own special projects and initiatives. Fellows expand their skills as they build a meaningful career – one that will impact the way in which modern health care is delivered.
Opportunities and Benefits of the BMC Administrative Fellowship:
BMC is seeking individuals motivated by a strong sense of social responsibility and interest in fostering our unique mission of providing exceptional care, without exception.
Applicants must have a Master's Degree in Hospital Administration, Business Administration, Public Health, Health Services Administration, Nursing Administration or a closely related field from an accredited institution. Candidates should be team players, excellent communicators and knowledgeable of past and current health industry perspectives.
BMC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Boston University graduates, women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
About Boston Medical Center
Located in Boston´s historic South End neighborhood, BMC is a private, not-for-profit, 496-bed, academic medical center and the primary teaching affiliate for Boston University School of Medicine. Consistent with its mission to provide the best in health care to all, BMC is the largest safety net hospital in New England and reaches into the community as a founding partner of Boston HealthNet, a network of 14 community health centers through Boston serving more than a quarter million people annually.
As a central component of the greater Boston area, our commitment to serving individuals with various cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds is an essential part of who we are at BMC. Approximately 70% percent of BMC‘s patients come from underserved populations, including low-income families, elders, people with disabilities and immigrants, and 30% do not speak English as a primary language. By bringing together differences — a rich variety of traditions and viewpoints — we can remain truly engaged in providing the utmost service to our community.