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UnityPoint Health – Corporate Administrative Fellowship

Qualifications

Applicants must have recently received or will have obtained their master's degree in health care administration (MHA) or business administration (MBA) at the start of the fellowship. MBA candidates must have had coursework in health care administration to qualify. Applicants are expected to have excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and oral) skills; possess strong financial analysis skills; and be self-motivated to take on multiple projects across the system.

Term

The term of the fellowship will be two years. We will be accepting applications in the fall of 2018. Please contact the current Corporate Administrative Fellows, David Nelson or Michael Powell, for further information regarding the Administrative Fellowship Program.

Description

UnityPoint Health is one of the nation's most integrated health systems. Our physician-led team of professionals communicates clearly and effectively to address a patient's health care in the most appropriate setting: whether that is a clinic, a hospital or at home. Through relationships with more than 280 physician clinics, 32 hospitals in metropolitan and rural communities and home care services throughout its 9 regions, UnityPoint Health provides care throughout Iowa and Illinois.

UnityPoint Health entities employ more than 28,000 employees, working toward innovative advancements to deliver the Best Outcome for Every Patient Every Time. Each year, through more than 4 million patient visits, UnityPoint Health, UnityPoint Clinic and UnityPoint at Home provides a full range of coordinated care to patients and families. With annual revenues of $3.7 billion, UnityPoint Health is the nation's 13th largest nonprofit health system and the fourth largest nondenominational health system in America.

UnityPoint Health provides community benefit programs and services to improve the health of people in its communities.