Program FAQs

How is the program structured?

The Administrative Fellowship Program is a one year rotation-based program designed to provide health care professionals with essential hospital management and administration training in a professional healthcare environment. 

Am I eligible?

Qualified applicants must have a completed graduate degree (MBA, MHA, MPH, MSN) before the administrative fellowship begins. See the Application Information section for more details.

How do I apply?

NGHS’ Administrative Fellowship Program participates in the National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). Application requirements include a cover letter, a resume, three graduate letters of recommendation (one academic, one professional, other), an official graduate school transcript, and an official or unofficial undergraduate transcript, and one essay.

How many fellows are selected?

One fellow will be selected for the 2025-2026 cohort.

What is the application timeline?

Applications are accepted from July 8, 2024, through September 27, 2024.

If I am accepted, when do I start?

The administrative fellow will begin in June 2025.

What benefits are included?

NGHS offer a competitive salary and benefits package along with a culture that celebrates the possibilities within you and our organization.

Where is NGHS?

Gainesville is located in Hall County, Georgia, and is positioned on the shores of Lake Lanier and at the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains. A quick drive from Atlanta and Athens, Gainesville is a great place to live, work and play. From endless recreation opportunities to breathtaking beauty, our tight knit community is perfect for residents to grow their medical knowledge and personal life.

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