Student Information

Student Name

Nicole Amoah




Internship Information

Company/Organization: Englewood Hospital Medical Center

Mentor(s):Carol Hoth and Regginold Buggs

Topic of Internship

Biomedical Engineering

Background Information

The Englewood Hospital Medical Center is located in 350 Engle Street in Englewood. Though it may not seem this way, the hospital is company based on the health of patients and the hospitality of the staff. The medical centerís purpose is to provide sympathetic, cutting-edge patient services. The hospital upholds its purpose by not only training its staff in the most modern techniques, but also by making sure the hospital is well represented by kind and diverse staff. Since 1890, when it was built, The Englewood Hospital Medical Center has trained more than 10,000 nurses, performed at least 19,000 surgeries, and cured over 40,000 patients. Internship opportunities can be found in any part of the Englewood Hospital, however the hands on experience may vary.

Summary of Internship

As an intern at The Englewood Hospital Medical Center, I usually walk or get dropped off at the hospital on Thursdays before 9:00am. Once I arrive, I sign in and, for the first month, I go to courtesy. In courtesy, I get called to go missions, which include anything from helping patients make their way around the hospital to transporting medicine. After the first month was up, I went to the Biomedical Engineering section of the hospital. In Biomed, I took apart SCDs, repaired them, wrote up reports, inspected surgical machines, sat in on operations, and gained job experience. I have learned from this internship that both efficiency and collaboration are necessary skills to have as an engineer. I am very thankful for being able to have a real job experience in the engineering field.

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