Overview of the Program
UChicago Medicine's Global Health Executive Training program is an annual signature program designed to share our expertise in hospital management and operations with healthcare executives from around the world. This year’s training program spotlights best practices of hospital management at the University of Chicago’s world-class academic medical center.
During this five day training, our experienced executives will lead engaging lectures and small group discussions. Outside the classroom, trainees will have the opportunity to participate in interactive sessions such as Gemba learning and behind the scenes tours. In the evening, attendees will join peers and UChicago Medicine leadership in a variety of networking events
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for top management (e.g., C-suite) and senior physician leaders in international hospitals
About UChicago Medicine
UChicago Medicine is one of America’s leading academic medical institutions. It comprises the Pritzker School of Medicine, one of the top medical schools in the nation; the University of Chicago Biological Sciences Division, which boasts 12 Nobel Prize winners in physiology and medicine affiliated; and the University of Chicago Medical Center, which offers a full range of specialty care services for adults and children through more than 40 institutes and centers. It has 1,286 licensed beds, nearly, 1,400 attending physicians, about 3,400 nurses and over 1,100 residents and fellows.
UChicago Medicine is committed to providing the best treatment options as well as personalized services for International patients who come to UChicago Medicine. We are also dedicated to bringing best practices to the rest of the world and supporting international partners to improve clinical quality and operational effectiveness through tailored programs.
For more information, please visit http://uchicagomedicine.org/global