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
- Application open on August 8, 2023, and is due by September 25, 2023, and the fellowship will begin June 2024. For more information on the fellowship and application process, contact the current fellow, Auriel Luna (Aurielfirstname.lastname@example.org).
- University of Iowa Physician Administrative Fellowship Online-Presentation
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
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