Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Fellowship in Health Care Administration offers administrative fellowship programs in the following regions – Northern California and Southern California.

Northern California

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21 hospitals

239 medical office buildings

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4.0 million
members

Southern California

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15 hospitals

222 medical offices

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4.2 million
members

Fellows Per Year

typically 2-3

Fellows Per Year

typically 6

Duration of Fellowship Program

12 or 18 months

Duration of Fellowship Program

24 months

Structure of Rotations

Two, six-month medical center rotations: one in the inpatient setting and the other in the outpatient setting. Third (optional), six-month rotation at the regional offices.

Structure of Rotations

Three, eight-month rotations: two at a medical center and one at the regional offices.

Area of Focus

Accepts all academic backgrounds in healthcare administration, typically MHA, MPH, or MBA.

Area of Focus

Accepts all academic backgrounds in healthcare administration, typically MHA, MPH or MBA. Also actively seeks MSN, PhD or DNP.

Additional Info

Downtown Oakland is home to the Northern California Regional Office, National Office and Division of Research. DOR is the largest non-academic affiliated research center in the United States.

Additional Info

The first Kaiser Permanente Medical School is under construction in Pasadena.

Acceptable Degree Dates

Degree must be conferred between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018.

Acceptable Degree Dates

Degree must be conferred between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018.