The Emergency Healthcare Leadership and Operations Fellowship provides fellows with an opportunity to practice as independent clinicians while working with an emergency department (ED) leadership team from NYU Langone’s Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine.
The goal of our fellowship is to prepare physicians for leadership positions in ED operations. Through hands-on clinical and didactic training at NYU Langone and at NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, we provide fellows with the skills they need to navigate the complex interplay among EDs, academic medical centers and community hospital administration, local communities, patients, trainees, and other key stakeholders.
Fellows are immersed in the Department of Emergency Medicine for the duration of their fellowship. Training is divided into eight three-month blocks that focus broadly on quality improvement, patient safety, leadership and change management, and ED operations.
Our curriculum is designed to provide two years of longitudinal experience with our ED leadership team as it manages routine operations and addresses issues affecting patient health, such as quality and efficiency of care, patient experience, hospital financial management, social determinants, and wellness.
For more information about the program, please visit https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/emergency-medicine/education/fellowships/emergency-healthcare-leadership-operations-fellowship
We accept applications on a rolling basis starting each July, with preference for applications received by November 1. Appointments begin the following July.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a CV, followed by two letters of recommendation, to Megan Clyne, administrative coordinator, at [email protected].
A separate NYU Wagner application. must be submitted online.
To submit an inquiry or to begin the application process, please email Megan Clyne at [email protected].