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Lexington Medical Administrative Fellowship

Do I qualify?

Yes, if:

  • You have completed or anticipate completion of a master's degree in a related area by June 2025.
  • You're team-oriented, a self-starter and knowledgeable about the health care industry.
  • You have experience working in a setting where physicians interact directly with patients.

Yearly Timeline for Application

Applications Accepted

July 29, 2024 - September 20, 2024

Fellowship Start

June 2025

Lexington Medical Center abides by the National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) Code of Good Practice, which includes a uniform date for fellowship application deadlines, offer dates and acceptance timeframe.

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How to Apply

  • The application will open on July 29, 2024. The application will close at 5:00 p.m. on September 20, 2024. You can apply to the position by returning to this landing page or by visiting
  • In addition to the application, you will be asked to submit the following packet components: (emailed as a single document to
    a. Cover letter and resume
    b. Official transcripts (undergraduate and graduate work to date)
    c. Three letters of recommendation

Your application and packet must be submitted on the same day and your packet must be emailed as one single PDF attachment.


If you have any questions or want more information about LMC's Fellowship Program please email

Program Details

What degrees are preferred?

We're looking for candidates from health care administration, health services management, public health, business administration or business management programs.

How long do fellowships last?

They last 12 months, beginning in June each year.

What is compensation like?

We provide competitive compensation and benefits.

What do fellows do?

They work hands-on in all areas of physician practice management, shadow hospital departments, complete a wide variety of projects, and assist at several LMC community events throughout the year.

Will I be offered employment with LMC after the fellowship ends?

We can't guarantee we'll be able to offer you an opportunity with LMC at the end of your fellowship, but it is a possibility.


You'll work on multiple projects, either as required by core curriculum or based on our organizational needs.

What kind of projects?

Examples of past fellow projects include:

  • Key Indicator Ratios
  • Revenue Cycle Analysis
  • Physician Practice Workflow Time Study
  • Patient Satisfaction Assessments


Each fellow will work with mentors, known as preceptors.

Who are preceptors?

Previous fellows and experienced practice managers working within LMC physician practices serve as mentors to guide fellows through their learning experience. During the Administrative Fellowship Program, fellows develop close relationships with their preceptor as well as executive leadership during project assignments and practice rotations.

Medical Specialties

Your fellowship experience will be individualized around organizational, professional and career objectives. You'll have a chance to practice and develop your skills within all LMC specialties including outpatient and inpatient.

Practical Skill Training

  • Leadership Development
  • Operations Management
  • Patient-Centered Care
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Quality and Risk Management
  • Corporate Compliance
  • Information Management and Technology


LMC Administrative Fellowship