Page ContentAdministrative Fellowship Overview The 12-month Administrative Fellowship Program prepares early careerists for leadership roles in healthcare through direct participation in projects and rotations. These activities are designed to build and strengthen essential skills in leadership, management and administration.As a Kelsey-Seybold administrative fellow you will:Acquire and refine managerial competencies, including analytical, persuasive and human relations skillsDevelop an awareness and understanding of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic organizational structure and the interrelation between departments and personnelReceive individualized mentoring from a wide array of directors, administrators, supervisors, and physiciansEstablish a performance record through project work and departmental staff responsibilitiesThe fellowship program provides comprehensive exposure to the nation’s first accredited Accountable Care Organization. Through rotations, strategic projects, and participation on the executive leadership team, the fellow will gain key competencies and exposure to operations, finance, strategic planning, and leadership. Other opportunities include management experience and internal Kelsey-Seybold departmental rotations based on the fellow’s needs and interests.The Vice President of Operations serves as the preceptor for the program. Additionally, other members of the executive leadership team provide support and guidance throughout the year. Information SessionsTo register for our Administrative Fellowship Information Session:Thursday, July 15, 2021 | 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM CST | Register hereThursday, August 19, 2021 | 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM CST | Register hereFriday, September 10, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST | Register here EligibilityEligible applicants must obtain a CAHME, CEPH, AACSB or ACBSP accredited Master’s in Business Administration, Master’s in Healthcare Administration, or Master’s in Public Health degree by June 2022.Program StructureThe Administrative Fellowship Program is structured around rotations intended to provide Fellows with a high-level overview of clinic operations in the different regions (North, Central, and South). Additionally, the fellow will have the opportunity to engage in executive-level leadership meetings and events. The Fellow will spend time in a small, medium, and large clinic to be able to observe various day-to-day operations. Experience with other departments within the organization are geared to give the Fellow exposure to projects related to Business Intelligence, Kelsey Care Advantage, Human Resources, Purchasing, Marketing, etc.