Administrative Fellowship Program

Administrative Fellowship Program

UPMC's two-year Administrative Fellowship Program provides fellows with practical experience in health care management.

Fellows participate in one of three fellowship tracks:

Track Location Who It's For What You'll Gain
Health Services Division

Master-level graduates wanting to pursue health administration careers.

Exposure to all aspects of health system operations and management.
Insurance Services Division
  • ​Allegheny County
​Master-level graduates wanting to pursue health insurance administrative careers. ​Exposure to all aspects of health insurance operations and management.
​International Services Division
  • ​Allegheny County and Abroad
​Master-level graduates wanting to pursue international healthcare management careers. ​Exposure to all aspects of health system operations and management within international services.

About UPMC

UPMC is an over $10 billion Integrated Delivery and Finance System (IDFS) with more than 60,000 employees headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, and is transforming health care by integrating more than 20 hospitals, 400 physician office and outpatient sites, an Insurance Services Division, and an International and Commercial Services Division.

UPMC is highly committed to the training of administrative fellows and provides numerous opportunities and benefits for fellowship participants.

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We are a proud member of the National Council on Administrative Fellowships.

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