Certificate Program in Medical Management
This four-quarter credit program is designed for mid-career physicians and other clinical/medical practitioners seeking advanced preparation for a variety of management and executive positions in health care organizations. Participants gain knowledge and skills in planning, organizing and implementing programs designed to address needs, quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care within the rapidly changing health care environment.
Graduate Certificate Program in Health Management
The Graduate Certificate in Health Management program serves students with an interest in additional academic training in management and leadership aspects of health care and public health organizations and systems. Most Master of Public Health (MPH) graduates find that development of basic management skills and competencies is essential for progressing in operational and managerial roles within health care and public health programs, organizations, and systems. Graduates will obtain basic core competencies around management, personal leadership, and health care financial management.
Certificate Program in Community Health Leadership
This custom certificate program is offered by the University of Washington in collaboration with the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA). The program is designed for current and future community and migrant health center leaders seeking to acquire the formal knowledge and skills needed for effective leadership and management of health centers located in federal regions VIII and X.
Applicants must be employed at a Community Health Center that meets the organizational and operational requirements for funding under section 330 of the US Public Health Service Act.
If you are interested learning about other certificate programs offered through the Department of Health Services, see Certificates for Graduate Students.