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Emir Learns What It Takes to Become a Future Health Care Leader

Jul 27 2022

With a passion for health care administration, leadership and serving others, Emir Moore was looking for the next step in his career. He found just this in our ministry’s administrative residency/fellowship program.

Emir joined our team in June of 2021 as an administrative fellow in this 12-month program. Through rotations across our hospitals, this program provides an opportunity to learn about leading in a nonprofit, faith-based health care system. It also allows fellows to gain experience by working on strategic market-specific projects.

“I really enjoyed the opportunity to rotate throughout the hospital system and work alongside leaders and associates in the Greenville market,” Emir shares. “These rotations taught me what it takes to operate a hospital system and how to be an effective health care leader by focusing on our people, processes and policies.”

Our ministry is committed to helping our team members grow professionally and personally. This fellowship program offers first-hand experience across a variety of operational areas.

As a fellow, Emir helped establish a process that now helps the nursing staff in our Greenville market easily track, document and ensure code carts are fulfilling Joint Commission regulations. He also worked with various leaders and vendors to establish the Eastside Associate Convenience Market – or Market C. It features the latest technology and provides 24/7 self-service meals, snacks and other selections to Greenville market team members.

This year, our ministry celebrated the nine residents and fellows in our 2021-2022 program by hosting the first-ever Administrative Resident/Fellowship Culmination Event. Administrative residents and fellows from all our markets met in Cincinnati, Ohio. They celebrated the conclusion of this program by meeting with our ministry leaders and participate in development activities as a group.

“My experience as an administrative fellow showed me Bon Secours’ commitment to developing and supporting upcoming health care professionals,” Emir says. “I had the opportunity to learn, grow and pour into others – not only at the culmination event, but throughout my time as an administrative fellow.”

More than 75 percent of this year’s administrative fellows were hired as full-time team members. In fact, after completing the administrative fellowship program in May, Emir officially joined our Bon Secours St. Francis Health System team as a project manager. Today, he supports the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives.

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