The Guthrie Clinic Administrative Fellowship program is designed to provide the Administrative Fellow with an applied learning/work experience through the completion of a structured two (2) year program. The first year is comprised of a series of leadership rotations. Each rotation is project focused. Projects are strategic in nature and have high organizational impact with large scope and complexity. The second year is designed to address targeted development needs. Fellow may be assigned projects ranging from program reviews, cost benefit analysis, program planning and policy development and implementation. Fellow may also participate in leadership activities and special events (i.e. attendance at networking events and up to one professional conference as approved). Project/work assignment(s) may require participation in the decision‐making process of The Guthrie Clinic. Experiential learning project(s)/ work are assigned by The Guthrie Clinic Senior Leadership Team.
Education, License & Cert:
Masters degree in health care administration, business administration or related discipline from an accredited graduate program required.
- First year ‐ Successful completion of the structured experiential rotational assignments as assigned by Guthrie leadership.
- Second year ‐ Successful completion of one‐year operational assignment and the targeted development plan as identified by Guthrie Leadership.
- Regular attendance and active participation at operational leadership meetings (i.e. department, entity and system level) with a focus on performance improvement, patient satisfaction, financial performance, medical staff relationships, program development, employee relations and satisfaction, and compliance with accrediting and other organizations as assigned.
- Other duties may be assigned as necessary in the performance of this position.
- The ability to maintain confidentiality is essential, since the individual in this position works with confidential/sensitive materials on a daily basis, including patient information, medical records, employee information, etc.
- Diplomacy, tact, and professionalism are also of the utmost importance, since the individual in this position deals with personnel on all levels, both inside and outside The Guthrie Clinic.
A career with Guthrie means being part of an organization that’s proud of its heritage and clear about its future. Attracting and retaining the best talent is crucial to our ambitions – it’s why we offer shared accountability, a team-based model, a supportive environment, and ongoing development and educational opportunities. If you’re passionate about making a difference in patients’ lives in a close-knit community, this is where you belong.
Get ready to shape the future of a patient-centric, clinician-led organization with a proud history of progressive care.
Perks and benefits of a Guthrie caregiver:
- Competitive pay
- 403(b) – employer match/contribution
- Comprehensive benefit package
- Career advancement opportunities
- Tuition reimbursement
Joining the Guthrie team allows you to become a part of a tradition of excellence in health care. In all areas and at all levels of Guthrie, you’ll find staff members who have committed themselves to serving the community.
The Guthrie Clinic is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes and encourages diversity in the workplace.
The Guthrie Clinic is a non-profit, integrated, practicing physician-led organization in the Twin Tiers of New York and Pennsylvania. Our multi-specialty group practice of more than 500 physicians and 302 advanced practice providers offers 47 specialties through a regional office network providing primary and specialty care in 22 communities. Guthrie Medical Education Programs include General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Anesthesiology and Orthopedic Surgery Residency, as well as Cardiovascular, Gastroenterology and Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship programs. Guthrie is also a clinical campus for the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.