Patient Experience (PX) Internship

Patient Experience (PX) Internship Application

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To further explore your career goals by talking with health care professionals whose own career paths are congruent with your interests.

To observe and begin to develop the communication and empathy skills which are fundamental to effective patient care.

To develop interpersonal skills through interaction with hospital patients.

To prepare for the application process to health professional programs through the application process for this internship and periodic writing assignments.


Must complete and pass the screening process through My Clinical Exchange (cost approx.. $36.50 paid directly to that company) before Winter Break, 2017.  More information on this to follow.

Qualifications include the following:

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Prioritization of patient-centered care; excellent customer service.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to perform routine tasks effectively.
  • Flexibility.
  • Good judgment.

Potential interns may contact the Pre-Health Professions Advising Office at 621-7763 with questions. This volunteer opportunity is limited to 30 students.   

This internship requires participation for both Spring, 2018 and Fall, 2018.

Biographical information

Expected Graduation Date *
E.g., 01/20/2018


List all volunteer, leadership, clinical and/or research experiences in which you have participated since starting college.  Include at least one sentence regarding the importance of this activity to you.  Please also list any awards or scholarships you have received.


List all math, physics, chemistry and biology courses you have completed at the college level and include your grades in these courses.  Calculate your GPA for those courses and include that GPA (also called your BCPM-biology, chemistry, physics, math-GPA) at end of the page. Include grades from any transferred courses.

Essay Question:

Respond to the following prompt in no more than 500 words.