Educational Opportunities at Tidelands Health

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Educational Opportunities at Tidelands Health

If you are interested in learning more about a health care career in a health system environment, Tidelands Health offers several opportunities for you to experience what a health care career can offer. Tidelands Health offers job shadowing for students and the chance to gain practical hours through our volunteer services, as well as practical hours through clinical rotation programs.

Shadowing

Job shadowing is a brief educational experience for individuals who have an interest in health care. Through shadowing, you are introduced to a particular job or career when you are paired with a Tidelands Health employee partner as he or she performs normal work activities. You can observe and ask questions, but you will not perform patient care. For this opportunity, you must be at least 13 years old, and you can request a maximum of 24 hours shadowing time in a 12-month period. If you are interested in participating in the shadowing program at Tidelands Health, please send your request to students@tidelandshealth.org.

Once the request has been approved and program registration completed, these requirements must be met to participate in the shadowing program:

  • Obtain a temporary Tidelands Health ID badge and wear it while onsite
  • Wear the correct attire
  • Act in a professional manner
  • Do not provide patient care at any time

Tidelands Health volunteer services

This opportunity provides onsite experiences that total more than 24 hours in a 12-month period. You may observe and ask questions but will not perform patient care. For this opportunity, you must be at least 16 years old. If you are interested in participating in the volunteer program at Tidelands Health, please send your request to students@tidelandshealth.org.

Once your request has been approved, you will be scheduled with our volunteer coordinator to come to Tidelands Health for onboarding and orientation. Once you successfully complete the onboarding process, these requirements must be met to participate in the volunteer program:

  • Obtain a temporary Tidelands Health ID badge and wear it while onsite
  • Wear the correct attire
  • Act in a professional manner
  • Do not provide patient care at any time

Clinical rotation hours

Students who need to obtain hours for undergraduate or graduate level courses may request this opportunity. If you are interested in participating in a clinical rotation at Tidelands Health, please send your request to students@tidelandshealth.org.

In the request, please provide your name, the school you are currently attending, the program you are enrolled in, your desired start date and end date, the required hours needed and any additional information your program may require for the rotation. Once your request is approved, you and your university or college must complete the registration form and the student onboarding checklist that will be provided.

In addition, these requirements must be met to participate in the clinical rotation:

  • Obtain a temporary Tidelands Health ID badge and wear it while onsite
  • Wear the correct attire
  • Act in a professional manner

Our program coordinator is available to answer questions about our educational opportunities.

Please note: All participants in Tidelands Health educational opportunities must follow all Tidelands Health policies.


Contact Us:

Caitlyn Krask

Student Program Coordinator

students@tidelandshealth.org