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Harry Hom

Administrative Fellow

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Harry Hom was born and raised in Queens, New York. He attended Saint Louis University in Missouri, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in health management and his master’s degree in health administration. While pursuing his graduate degree, Mr. Hom worked at Mercy Hospital South as a graduate administrative intern. His work as an intern was focused in operations, business development and strategy, and project work in multiple clinical departments. Mr. Hom is currently the administrative fellow with the vice dean’s office within the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University. He is excited to assist with operations within the vice dean’s office while continuing to work in clinical departments for an organization committed to high-quality patient care in his home of New York. In his free time, you’ll find Mr. Hom cheering on the New York Rangers and eating his way through his favorite parts of the city.


Student Experience Session: Exploring Postgraduate Fellowship Programs II – Children’s Hospitals, Healthcare Performance Improvement and Academic Medical Centers

Presented by Shivani Shah, Kendall Jennings, Harry Hom, Robert H. Malte at 10:00 AM on Thursday, March 25th.

During this one-hour panel discussion, current and recent healthcare administration fellows will reflect on their experiences over the course of their fellowship. Fellowship representatives from a variety of areas in healthcare will discuss the application process, scope of assigned projects, how to interact with their preceptor and organizational leaders, and other lessons learned along the…