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Clinical Rotations

Partnering with today’s healthcare leaders

The Hospitals of Providence proudly collaborate with regional universities and colleges to provide healthcare students the opportunity to begin testing their growing knowledge in a true healthcare environment.

Participants will actively support services in a variety of departments, including but not limited to:

  • Medical records
  • Laboratory
  • Respiratory therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Radiology

Faculty or clinical instructors seeking a site for clinical rotation within The Hospitals of Providence can download the orientation information document for more information.

We will not make clinical rotation arrangements directly with students. Any students who are interested should contact their faculty or clinical instructor.

Download clinical rotation forms: