About The Administrative Fellowship Program

The Hartford HealthCare Ayer Neuroscience Institute Administrative Fellowship Program is designed to provide an exceptional foundation for a career in healthcare management.

Jeff Flaks, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hartford HealthCare, talks about the Ayer Neuroscience Institute Administrative Fellowship Program

This is achieved by providing a challenging and fulfilling experience working in a fully integrated health system dedicated to excellence and innovation. The fellowship program provides an opportunity for recent Master’s prepared graduates from The George Washington University’s Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program to advance their leadership potential through project management, shadowing, leadership rounding, structured learning, mentorship, and key relationships with senior executive leaders.

The 12-month fellowship program was created by Hartford HealthCare’s President and Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey A. Flaks, and is coordinated under the exceptional direction of the Senior Vice President of Hartford HealthCare’s Ayer Neuroscience Institute, Wendy Elberth.

Over the course of their project-based fellowship, the Fellow is expected to lead high profile, system-level projects within their functional area while simultaneously contributing value-added work to many other initiatives. These projects allow the Fellow to develop their verbal, written, interpersonal and analytical skills, and will provide the opportunity to integrate theory into practice.

The preceptor and sponsors of this dynamic fellowship consider the specific interests and goals of the Fellow along with the needs of the organization when selecting projects that will offer a comprehensive, challenging, and rewarding learning experience.

Contact Information

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