Administrative Residencies Overview
Whatever healthcare discipline interests you, UCLA Health has programs that can open the doors to great career paths. Find out how we can help you build the best foundation for your future in this challenging and rewarding field.
College Student Summer Program
At UCLA Health, our summer employment programs are aimed at providing college students with real-life healthcare experience. Here, you can find a job that will be a true learning experience.
Candidates for the College Student Summer Program must be high school graduates who are currently enrolled in college or current undergraduate students and demonstrate a desire for a career in healthcare. Volunteer experience is preferred.
The application for the 2018 College Summer Student Program is now closed. Please check back in March 2019 for updates regarding next year’s program.
At UCLA Health, you can find the right program to put your leadership goals within reach. Here at one of the world’s top academic medical centers, you can take advantage of three programs that will sharpen the skills you’ll need as a future healthcare leader.
The UCLA Health Administrative Fellowship
This challenging and rewarding 12-month program is designed to provide qualified young leaders with hospital management and administration training in all aspects of an academic medical center. Our Administrative Fellowship allows you to work with our leadership team and put theory into practice every day. It puts you in the center of the action as critical decisions are being made. Fellows attend regular meetings with senior leaders and are involved in enterprise-wide projects and initiatives.
UCLA Health Graduate Student Administrative Internship
The UCLA Health Graduate Student Administrative Internship is an exciting 12-week program that provides exposure and project experience. As an Administrative Intern, you will be encouraged to learn about all aspects of health care delivery. Each project will have a sponsor who will work with you on project definition, execution, and dissemination of results. At the end of the program, Interns have the opportunity to present their projects to UCLA Health senior leaders.
- California Rehabilitation Institute
- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
- Community Memorial Hospital Ventura
- Encino Hospital Medical Center
- Good Samaritan Hospital
- Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital
- Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center
- Multiple Skilled Nursing Facilities
- Northridge Hospital Medical Center
- Olive View Medical Center
- Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center
- Providence St. John’s Health Center
- Providence Tarzana Medical Center
- Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
- St. Johns Oxnard
- St. Johns Pleasant Valley
- Torrance Memorial Medical Center
- UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
- West Hills Hospital & Medical Center/Grossman Burn Center
- West Los Angeles VA Medical Center