Administrative Fellowship

Goals and purpose of fellowship

The purpose of establishing an administrative fellowship is to train EPs to expert levels in all aspects of administration and develop the managerial competencies to successfully lead a Department of Emergency Medicine. To combine formal executive leadership training with ED specific management experiences to allow achievement in a competitive health care environment, academic enrichment and personal leadership development.

Key Curriculum Themes: (full curriculum to be provided upon request)

  • Business Management and Leadership
  • Health System Management
  • Academic Management
  • Clinical Operations Management

Fellow Responsibilities

Clinical

  • Work a clinical base of 72 hours/month

Administrative

  • Attendance is required at administrative and clinical operations meetings as designated by fellowship director
  • Complete analysis of ED return visits and supervise Department Morbidity and Mortality conference (3 times per year)
  • Complete an educational program focused on Billing and Coding

Educational

  • Completion of UF Warrington College of Business MBA program
  • Completion of publishable scholarly project
  • Completion of two EM resident lectures
  • Attend ACEP Director’s Academy Phase 1 and Phase 2
  • Attend FCEP reimbursement conference (if offered)

Program Duration

  • Fellowship term will be for 24 months
  • Begin on July 1 of the academic year
  • Fellow will complete a formal degree granting program (MBA) during the term of fellowship

Application Process

All applicants must qualify with:

  1. Successful completion of an ACGME Emergency Medicine Residency Program
  2. Ability to meet requirements for Faculty member appointment
  3. Ability to obtain/maintain Florida medical license
  4. Successful matriculation into MBA program

Inquiries, questions, and applications can be directed to the Department of Emergency Medicine Fellowship Coordinator, Chloe Evans, at evansc@ufl.edu. Applications should include two letters of recommendation (one from the resident program director if currently a resident), the applicant’s CV, and a personal statement (not to exceed one page).