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Thank you for your interest in pursuing a student experience within our facilities. To assist you we have developed this page to help you find links to important information and facts you need to know.
Providence facilities in Eastern Washington include:
All student rotations and hands-on experiences—both clinical and non-clinical—must be arranged through the Professional Development Coordinator. Use of our facilities is limited to those students formally enrolled in health-related programs who require clinical experience to meet program requirements. Individual health care professional clinical experiences are only provided if the request is sponsored by a health care-related agency or program.
Students must be covered by a current affiliation agreement between their school and Providence. Agreements are verified by the Professional Development Coordinator.
Students must be from educational programs that are accredited by National accrediting bodies.
Job shadows are not permitted within Providence facilities in Spokane or Stevens counties. (Pre-med or medical students who require shadowing should contact the Medical Staff Services office at 509-474-3052 (Sacred Heart) or 509-482-2164 (Holy Family) or any Providence Medical Group Practice for information.)
Volunteer opportunities are managed by Volunteer Services: 509-474-3166 (Sacred Heart) and 509-482-2233 (Holy Family).
Providence will provide the following information to students and instructors:
Providence retains the right to dismiss a student from a clinical rotation or internship for cause, including, but not limited to, patient endangerment.
Clinical Students/School must complete the Providence Clinical Passport, providing proof of:
Non-clinical students/school must complete the Providence non-clinical passport providing proof of a National Criminal Background Check or a Washington State Patrol Check and Office of Inspector General/Excluded Provider Search and System for Award Management, completed no more than 90 days prior to coming to our campus.
Providence passports, along with the signed Acceptable Use Agreement, Code of Conduct Commitment and Non-Employee Confidentiality and Non-disclosure Statement must be returned to the Professional Development Coordinator at least two weeks prior to beginning rotations or internships.
Schools shall provide the Professional Development Coordinator with a copy of the school’s current Liability Insurance.
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