The David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship program trains and equips fellows to excel as leaders in the challenging and rewarding field of academic medicine. The administrative fellowship program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital provides meaningful opportunities to participate in, coordinate and manage projects of strategic importance to the organization. In addition, fellows enjoy personal access to executive leadership and visibility to organizational governance through attendance at board and senior level meetings.
The best indicator of the success of the David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship program is the strong presence of past fellows who have grown professionally at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and throughout the parent health system, BJC HealthCare. Past administrative fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds and are working in various areas throughout the hospital. The group is a robust network that new fellows access for help with particular projects, career advice, and friendship. The executive leadership team views this growing network as a deep talent pool to prepare for roles of increasing responsibility.
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