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Duke University Health System (DUHS) is a world-class network dedicated to providing the full range of patient health services across the continuum of care, from wellness to hospice. The three hospitals in DUHS are Duke University Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital, and Duke Raleigh Hospital. Duke Ambulatory Care Services encompasses outpatient services including health and wellness, primary care, specialty care, home care, and hospice. The Patient Revenue Management Organization (PRMO) focuses on streamlining the revenue cycle through enhanced management of Scheduling, Registration, Coding, Reimbursement, Billing, Collections, Managed Care Contracting, and Customer Service.
Durham is often referred to as the “City of Medicine” because of the outstanding hospitals and major national and multinational healthcare companies located here. It is conveniently located near a number of major highways, rail services, and RDU International Airport. Durham’s prime location makes it easy to visit Raleigh and Chapel Hill, the beaches of the Outer Banks off the Atlantic coast, or the mountains of western North Carolina.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to our most commonly asked questions are below. If you still need more information, please send us a message.
How long are each of the Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs?
All of the Duke fellowship programs are two years.
How many fellows does Duke typically select?
The DUH Administrative Fellowship Program selects two fellows each year.
The DHIP Administrative Fellowship Program selects two fellows each year.
The PRMO Administrative Fellowship Program selects one to three fellows each year.
The DPC Administrative Fellowship Program selects one fellow each year.
The DRH Administrative Fellowship Program selects one fellow every other year.
Who are the preceptors for the Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs?
Mary Martin, Chief Operating Officer and Interim President of Duke University Hospital, serves as the preceptor for the DUH Administrative Fellowship.
Simon Curtis, Vice President of Ambulatory Services and Access of Duke Health Integrated Practice, serves as the preceptor for the DHIP Administrative Fellowship.
Keith Stover, Chief Operating Officer of the Patient Revenue Management Organization, serves as preceptor for the PRMO Administrative Fellowship.
Elizabeth Long, Chief Operating Officer of Duke Primary Care, serves as preceptor for the DPC Administrative Fellowship.
Dev Sangvai, MD, President of Duke Regional Hospital, and Dexter Nolley, Chief Human Resouces Officer of Duke Regional Hospital, serve as preceptors for the Duke Regional Hospital Administrative Fellowship.
What level of salary and benefits do fellows receive?
Fellows are provided a competitive salary and full benefits each year of the program. Fellows are eligible for the benefits package offered to full-time salaried employees of Duke University Health System. More information about benefits can be found by visiting our HR Website.
Do Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs sponsor international visas?
No. At this time, Duke does not sponsor international visas.
If my graduate program requires a year-long residency after completion of coursework, am I still eligible to apply even though I do not yet have my degree?
Applicants who have completed all coursework are eligible to apply to the program. However, applicants should be mindful that all Administrative Fellowship Programs are two-year commitments. Fellows selected for any program must be prepared to commit to the full two years.
When will the new application be posted?
Fellowship applications are updated in July each year.
When is the application deadline?
The application deadline for the 2024-2026 cycle is Tuesday, September 5th, 2023 at 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
Please Note: The DUHS Administrative Fellowship programs are not aligned with NCAF deadlines. Open and close dates are subject to change each year.
To whom should I address my letters of recommendation?
Letters of recommendation should be addressed to the respective organization's Administrative Fellowship Selection Committee.
Ex. DUH Administrative Fellowship Selection Committee
Can I apply for multiple Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs?
Yes. Please be sure to review the submission instructions carefully for each program, as requirements may vary.
Do Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs host webinars?
Yes. Please click here to register.
Can my recommenders submit their letters separately?
Yes, please instruct your recommenders to submit to the following emails:
Subject Line: ApplicantLastName_ApplicantFirstName LOR
How will Duke University Health System Fellowships conduct "on-site" final round interviews?
The Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs will conduct final round "on-site" interviews virtually for the 2024 – 2026 fellowship cycle.
Since its creation in 1980, Duke's administrative fellowship program has historically drawn on talent from across the country. Program alumni hold positions in various areas and levels within Duke Health and beyond.