Hands on training from two of the top US hospitals, paired with an advance master’s program at the Harvard T. H. School of Public Health.

Why the Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospitals?

A 2 year training program that will develop expertise in care delivery processes, fiscal management, relations with other hospital departments, health policy as it relates to emergency care delivery, personnel management and quality and safety initiatives both at department and hospital levels and more.

What is the PHS Emergency Medicine Administration Fellowship?

Training the next generation of Emergency Medicine Leaders
Current Fellows

Yonatan Keshner, MD

2020-2022 BWH Fellow
Residency: The Brigham and Women’s/Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Joshua Baugh, MD

2019-2021 MGH Fellow
Residency: UCLA Ronald Reagan Olive-View
Medical School: Harvard Medical School

Kelley Wittbold, MD

2019-2021 MGH Fellow
Residency: The Brigham and Women’s/Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency
Medical School: University of Massachusetts

Overview of the Program

The Mass General Brigham Administration Fellowship, based in two of the top hospitals in the US, prepares residency trained Emergency Medicine specialists to become competent, knowledgeable and effective managers and leaders in the complex task of providing effective and efficient care in Emergency Departments. Fellows will develop expertise in care delivery processes, fiscal management, relations with other hospital departments, health policy as it relates to emergency care delivery, personnel management and quality and safety initiatives both at department and hospital levels.