AMCNO Members and Community Leaders Team Up for Annual Mini-Internship Program

Community leaders from the Northern Ohio region participated in the AMCNO’s annual Mini-Internship program held October 23-25. During the two-day program, they had the unique opportunity to shadow our physician members as they went through a typical workday.

This year’s participants were: Darrell Clay, Litigation Partner, Walter Haverfield LLP Cleveland and Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association President; Justice Judi French, Supreme Court of Ohio; Roderick Ingram, Sr., Executive Director, Office of Public Relations and Marketing, Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED); and Judge David Matia, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.

The program began with an Orientation Dinner, led by Dr. William Seitz, Jr., where the interns met the physicians that were participating in the event and those that they would be working with throughout the next two days.

The purpose of the Mini-Internship is to give these non-medical professionals a broad sense of the complexities involved with health care and the practice of medicine. During the program, the interns were exposed to several different aspects of medical care—from seeing live surgeries to sitting in on patient visits.

All of the participants then reconvened at the AMCNO offices on the final day of the program for a Debrief Dinner, where they shared feedback about their experiences.

If you would be interested in participating in next year’s Mini-Internship program, contact the AMCNO offices at (216) 520-1000. For more information about the program, click here.  

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