There will not be any Nurse Practitioner clinical placement opportunities until February 2019 in the following areas: Family Medicine, Pediatrics, OB/Gyn.
Halifax Health is pleased to provide select placement/rotations – as organizational demands allow – for students who are enrolled in one of our partner schools degree programs.
Clinical Placements and rotations are defined as formal, structured, curriculum requirements of an accredited University or College. At this time, Halifax Health does not offer unpaid internships for those seeking non-clinical experiences.
Student Steps At-A-Glance
1. Student checks with school advisor or placement coordinator to ensure that there is an existing Educational Affiliation Agreement (EAA) between Halifax Health and the school’s program. This agreement is required and must be finalized and signed prior to application submission.
NOTE: Creating a new EAA can take up to 4 months
2. Student will submit a Placement Application at least 30 days prior to placement. Student will need to enter the EAA code found on the list of Partner Schools as part of the application.
3. The Halifax Health Office of Student Placement will contact students via email within 1 week of receiving the application submission with a list of documentation requirements.
4. If student meets eligibility requirements, student will be notified via email of orientation details.
5. Student attends the Halifax Health Student Facility Orientation and receives ID badge and parking decal.
6. Student reports to preceptor and placement assignment.
7. At the conclusion of an assigned placement, the student will report to Human Resources to engage in the exit process (complete exit evaluation, return badge, & parking decal, etc.).
If you are seeking a new EAA - or additional information please contact the Student Placement Coordinator, Jessica Harper, at Jessica.Harper@halifax.org.