Third HSA Administrative Residency/Fellowship Discussion Panel

The HSA invites all HADM students and HSA members to the
3rd HSA Administrative Residency/Fellowship Panel.

This event highlights the opportunities required to jumpstart your career if you are striving to become a Healthcare Executive or even a CEO! Our esteemed panelists are current and former Administrative Fellows of major hospital systems in Houston. They will offer students an experienced insight into the daily activities and responsibilities of a fellowship program. Students can also put forward queries about the selection processes and skill requirements of the various programs offered by the leading Healthcare institutions in Houston. The event provides a great opportunity to step into the world of Healthcare Networking.

Come and meet past and current Administrative Fellows including Alumni of UHCL, and get to know how they mastered their way through fellowships in Healthcare Administration.

Stay tuned. Find names and biographies of panelists here:
HSA Administrative Fellowship Panelists Line-Up (1)
The list will be updated shortly!

Save the Date!


Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016 @ 6 PM

UHCL-TMC
W. Holcombe Blvd. 2151
Suite 1200, Room 136

Published by HSA (UHCL)

Our mission is to be the avenue for students to stay connected with the HADM program and upcoming professional events. We encourage member development by networking with students, faculty, and administrative professionals. Officially recognized September 29, 2017. President: Kaagan Powers VP of Marketing & Communications: Andrew A. Mendoza UHCL Advisor: Ashish Chandra, PhD

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