Fellowship Program Overview
Through staff assignments, committee work, and participation in the hospital management team, Fellows will be exposed to policy formulation, resource allocation decisions, corporate planning and problem solving.
During the year, Administrative Fellows will gain familiarity with the operations of a major governmental health care system, its Board, participate in Executive-on-Call rotations, and also have the opportunities to understand and interact with the operations of affiliate hospitals and their respective Fellows.
Fellows will become knowledgeable of the major internal and external forces that are shaping the future of UNC REX and UNC Health Care. This position will offer a unique and challenging experience to individuals interested in pursuing an administrative career within a major health care system.
The Administrative Fellowship program was created at UNC Hospitals in 1982. Because of this history, the purpose of the Fellowship program is broadly understood within the hospital and by executive leadership at UNC Health Care. Projects that Fellows participate in will be both meaningful to the system and of significant depth so as to provide a rich education.
Each program is conspicuous in its flexibility, to allow Fellows to pursue and develop his or her own interests. To facilitate this, the Fellows will directly report to:
Chad Lefteris, Vice President of Operations
Learn more about the Todd L. Peterson Post-graduate Fellowship at UNC Health Care.