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The University of Iowa Physicians (UIP) Administrative Fellowship is a one-year, project-based, postgraduate opportunity that prepares emerging health care leaders in a variety of settings, including ambulatory operations, provider productivity and compensation, new clinic development, patient access, and financial management.
The fellow will benefit from two preceptors in a physician – administrator dyad, including the Executive Director of UIP, and Director of UI Community Clinics (UICC). The fellowship is designed with a strong emphasis on professional development, and the preceptors will collaborate with the fellow to ensure a well-rounded experience by balancing personal interests with organizational priorities.


  • Collaborative, dynamic environment where the fellow works closely with administrators, physicians, and clinical teams to provide a broad exposure across UI Health Care
  • Participation in senior level meetings to gain insight and support the execution of strategic and operational initiatives
  • Hands-on exposure to ambulatory operations and practice management, including opportunities for interim clinic leadership roles during the fellowship

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About University of Iowa Health Care

University of Iowa Health Care is a fully integrated, internationally recognized academic medical center consisting of:

  • University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics
  • University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine
  • University of Iowa Physicians, Iowa’s largest multi-specialty medical and surgical group practice

About Iowa City

  • Iowa City ranks among the best places to live in America, routinely appearing on "best of" lists for housing affordability, low crime rates, excellent schools, and more.

  • Iowa City is a vibrant, internationally known city, designated by UNESCO as the world’s third City of Literature in 2008.

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