Student Information

Student Name

Arisdelsy Bruno Diaz




Internship Information

Company/Organization: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center

Mentor(s):Ms. Carol Hoth, Ms. Ruby Dalal

Topic of Internship

Interventional Radiology/Hospitalist

Background Information

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center was founded in 1888 and today stands proudly as a state of the art hospital providing high quality care for its patients. It is nationally recognized for cardiac surgery and cardiac care, breast imaging and cancer care, spine surgery, orthopedic surgery, maternity care, and so much more. According to the most recent US News & World Report the hospital was recognized as a “Best Regional Hospital”. It continues to expand in hopes to grow in every aspect. Overall it provides a well-rounded medical care for its community.

Summary of Internship

During my time in the Englewood Hospital I was a volunteer and like any volunteer, the hospital required that I start off in Courtesy to familiarize myself with the hospital before taking on a specialty. During my time in courtesy I would help by discharging patients, distributing several documents on different floors, and taking several bodily specimens to the laboratory and pathology. After a few weeks, I was assigned to Interventional Radiology. My time in interventional radiology gave me the great opportunity to see procedures such as MRIs, CT scans, PICC lines, abscess drainages and so on with the guidance of nurses and doctors. My time here gave me a sense of confidence especially since the physicians taught me how to read X-rays. Later in my internship I was lucky enough to be assigned to shadow around doctors and medical students who are Hospitalists. They would explain certain cases and how they would go about treatment. This along with radiology intrigued me and it is something to consider for the near future.

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