Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
9/20/2019
Job Category:
Education
Non-Clinical Student Intern
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Job Description

* Assists with general office activities and tasks
* Works independently on projects
* Conducts research on best practices
* Presents projects and research to drive innovation and process improvement
* Shadows leadership and meetings
* Performs analysis of data

In your cover letter, please list up to 3 departments of interest as well as which semester you are interested in (Spring and/or Summer). Applications that do not list specific areas of interest or semesters will be rejected.

Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, October 1st

An internship at Carle provides practical experience related to a student's career degree program. This internship is non-clinical in nature and provides administrative experience in a hospital, clinic or office setting. The intern will assist in the planning and execution of department activities. Internships at Carle Foundation Hospital are unpaid, but must meet credit requirements at the respective educational institutions.

About Carle Foundation Hospital

Our History

For nearly a century, Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle Physician Group have shared a vision for providing high-quality health care.

The history of these entities began in 1918 when Margaret Burt Carle Morris left $40,000 to the City of Urbana, Ill. for the purpose of starting a hospital. Her donation led to the creation of The Urbana Memorial Hospital Association. Her name – Carle – has been maintained, an enduring testimony to the roots of the organization.

In 1931, J.C. Thomas Rogers and Hugh L. Davison, two physicians from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, moved to Urbana and opened what was then called Carle Memorial Hospital and the Rogers-Davison Clinic. Housed in the abandoned Eastern Illinois Medical Sanitarium, the Clinic and 15-bed Hospital introduced the concept of multi-specialty group practice to the area.

Though the Clinic and Hospital were separated into two distinct organizations in 1946, they were reunited on April 1, 2010 and continue to provide high-quality health care and advancements in medical research.

Together known simply as Carle, Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle Physician Group are proud of a long history bringing world-class health care to the residents of east central Illinois.