Thank you for your interest in learning more about healthcare careers. In an observation experience, you will be observing (shadowing) someone, whose job you may be interested in pursuing. The professional will take you through his/her usual responsibilities and duties, allowing you to observe him/her at work. You will not perform any hands-on duties during this experience. You must be at least of high school age to qualify for such an experience.
Please complete the request form to identify your observation interests. Note: KershawHealth does not allow observation experiences in the following departments: Emergency Room, EMS ambulances, Labor & Delivery, Infant Nursery, and Operating Room. Your request will be responded to within 7 days. We must receive your request at least 14 days prior to the date you would like to observe.
Once your request is approved, you will be required to complete the appropriate prerequisites listed below.
Before coming to KershawHealth for your observation experience, please review the dress code requirements here. If a student arrives for a learning experience, and he/she is not dressed within the standards of the dress code, he/she will be sent home to change.
If you would like to observe for less than 16 hours, you will be required to complete the following prerequisites:
If you would like to observe for 16 or more hours, you will be required to complete the following prerequisites:
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