Munson Healthcare Administrative Fellowship

Munson Healthcare (MHC) leadership is excited to announce a new post-graduate 2024 Administrative Fellowship for recent graduates of health administration graduate programs.

The program is intended to provide participants with hands-on leadership experience in an environment that will help them become well-rounded, community-focused leaders.

This program will prepare Administrative Fellows for a successful career in healthcare administration.

Program Structure

1-year program

Participants will work with Laura Glenn, Chief Operating Officer, Munson Healthcare. 

Program Components

  • Meaningful project work – Manage and lead projects in partnership with preceptors and health system leaders. Projects will be identified based on health system priorities and the Administrative Fellow’s interests
  • Broad exposure to many areas of healthcare – Rotations through departments and clinical sites across the system, which may include: Community hospital, critical access hospital, primary care practice, specialty practice, nursing, government relations, continuous improvement, and more. Administrative Fellows will also attend and be active participants at key health system leadership meetings. 
  • Networking – Opportunities to network and develop professional contacts across the health system and the northern Michigan communities served by MHC.
  • Community engagement – As the major health system in northern Michigan, engaging and remaining active in the communities we serve is an important part of our mission. MHC’s Administrative Fellowship program will provide opportunities to become engaged in Traverse City and other northern Michigan communities. 
  • Mentoring and feedback – Regular one-on-one time with preceptors and other mentors, informal feedback on an ongoing basis, and formal 360-review feedback. 

About Munson Healthcare

Munson Healthcare is northern Michigan’s largest and leading healthcare system with eight award-winning hospitals including Munson Medical Center which is ranked among Fortune/Merative’s Top 100 Hospitals in America.

The health system serves 540,000 residents across 30 counties, and offers advanced cancer, heart, and stroke intervention care, lab, rehabilitation, and other services as well as the latest robotic technology, stereotactic radiosurgery, 3D tomography and non-invasive surgical procedures that keeps patients close to home.


Laura Glenn

Laura Glenn joined Munson Healthcare in 2017 and served as Vice President of the Munson Healthcare Physician Network, and then President of Ambulatory Services and Value-based Care, prior to her current role.

She is responsible for integration of the employed and aligned physician practices across the MHC System, the development of MHC’s clinical service lines, as well as the advancement of population health strategies including the Munson Healthcare Clinical Integration Network and other value-based payment models.

Prior to Munson Healthcare, Glenn was the Senior Vice President & Executive Director of Beaumont Health Physician Partners. Laura completed her Masters of Health Services Administration at the University of Michigan.


Qualified applicants must have received a master’s degree in health care administration or a related field from an accredited program prior to July 2023.

Application Process

Munson Healthcare participates in the National Council on Administrative Fellowship’s National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application System (NAFCAS).

Interested applicants may apply via NAFCAS or by contacting Visit for more information and to apply.

Application Due Date:

September 29th, 2023

Interview Dates:

Video and on-site interviews will be held in mid-October 2023

Start Date:

July 2024

Required application materials:

Graduate transcripts; 3 letters of recommendation; resume; personal statement


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