Daniel K. Lewis Administrative Fellowship
The Daniel K. Lewis Administrative Fellowship is an extraordinary two-year, full-time post-graduate training program designed to identify best emerging management and leadership talent. In the special circumstance of a practicing provider, the program can be completed as a three-year, half-time equivalent with special assignments. The program is designed to transition fellows into operations management positions through focused mentoring, stretch assignments, targeted project assignments and direct leadership experiences.
Fellows will begin their healthcare administration career at one of the largest, most innovative public healthcare institutions in the U.S., The MetroHealth System in Cleveland, OH. For more than 180 years, MetroHealth has led the way to a healthier community through service, teaching, discovery and teamwork. Our region relies upon MetroHealth to:
- Provide comprehensive, coordinated care to everyone in Northeast Ohio.
- Specialize in the lifesaving services needed by our entire region.
- Train our future health care providers and leaders.
- Advance public health and tackle our region’s most pressing issues through a wide range of community-based programs.
MetroHealth is continuing its evolution with a bold new plan for transforming its main campus and the delivery of healthcare in our community through a $1 billion investment. Read about the System’s transformation .
The fellow will prepare for leadership positions by participating in special projects, system-wide initiatives and day-to-day management of operational, clinical and strategic growth areas, which will build and strengthen essential administrative and management skills.
The fellow will be guided primarily by MetroHealth’s Chief Operating Officer while having access to the entire C-Suite to gain understanding of all areas of responsibility and oversight. He/she will be assigned challenging work, and will be empowered to make independent decisions in preparation for a healthcare administration leadership role.