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TriHealth, Inc. | Cincinnati, OH
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City: Cincinnati

State: OH

Job Requisition Number: 187815

Attention current TriHealth employees:

Please apply for this position by submitting an online internal application via SuccessFactors. Please be certain to update your SuccessFactors Employee Profile prior to applying to this position.

INTERN: This position serves as a short term staff assistant in the assigned area with the goal of gaining knowledge of and business expertise in the subject matter area. The ranges of duties include but are not limited to: administrative, clerical, research and analysis, and service/support. Applicability of each of these types of duties will depend on the service line, business unit, or functional area in which the intern works. The objective is to provide a practical cooperative learning experience for someone in a student role who has an interest in the healthcare field.


EDUCATION: Currently enrolled in an approved program for specific field of study in a related field

EXPERIENCE: Up to 1 year in a related field

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Excellent communicationa dn organization skills. Ability to work in a professional business environment..


Job Title: INTERN


Location: Baldwin

Hourly/Salaried: Hourly

Employment Status: Temporary Position

Bi-Weekly Hours:24

Shift: Day Shift

Weekend Commitment: No

Holiday Commitment: No

On-Call Commitment: No

Nearest Major Market: Cincinnati

Job Segment: Clerical, Administrative

About TriHealth, Inc.

Occupational medicine at TriHealth is a recognized and valued specialty, fulfilling our mission to improve health status everyday by improving the health and productivity of the employers we serve. Bethesda and Good Samaritan Hospitals have been delivering occupational medicine services for nearly 20 years. When TriHealth was formed as the partnership of Bethesda and Good Samaritan hospitals in the mid 1990s, the combined strength of both organizations expanded our scope of services to the Greater Cincinnati employer community. Over the past two decades we have grown to eight occupational medicine centers located in Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren counties. In order to meet client requests in remote locations or special projects, we have a mobile occupational health unit and frequently provide work site services. Many of our facility medical directors also fulfill the role of corporate medical director for client companies. We have medical surveillance expertise, as well as a proven track record in being the best provider in industrial rehabilitation and transitional duty; these have added to the depth of our service line. Under the medical direction of Doug Linz MD, our occupational medicine centers have continuously been the market leader and provider of choice for this region's employers.