management team offers a formal Administrative Fellowship Program dedicated to the
development of Healthcare Administration masters program graduates.
Presbyterian has been
committed to healthcare delivery in New Mexico since 1908 when Reverend Hugh
Cooper founded the organization as a charitable tuberculosis sanatorium. Since then,
Presbyterian has experienced dramatic changes in the healthcare industry, and
remains a community-owned not-for-profit organization committed to improving
the health of the patients, members, and communities we serve.
Administrative Fellow Responsibilities
Through the direction of the
President and CEO, and taking into account stated interests, Fellows are
involved in various activities and projects that provide education on the many
aspects of Presbyterian as an integrated delivery system, and further develop
each Fellow’s leadership skills.
Administrative Fellow Job Profile
Administrative Fellow Selection Process and Timeline
Receive applications and conduct phone interviews. Timing: November.
Assignments given to top candidates. Timing: Late November.
On-sight interviews for top 3-4 candidates. Timing: January.