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Project Healthcare Volunteer Program - Info Session

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Event Info

Event Date: 
Friday, October 28, 2022 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Online Zoom

Event Contact

George Macey

NYU Langone’s Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine is offering a summer volunteer program known as Project Healthcare. Representatives from the program will be holding this information session to go into more detail about the opportunity.

This opportunity is an immersive clinical and educational program available to U.S. and international undergraduate students who are not enrolled in medical school. It provides students with the chance to become more interested and engaged in the field of healthcare and emergency medicine, allowing volunteers to rotate through various clinical areas of Bellevue’s emergency department, social work offices, operating rooms, and the cardiac catheterization lab. It also pairs participants with a resident mentor, involves weekly meetings modeled on a current medical school curriculum, and provides end-of-summer research projects. The program is very intensive and lasts for 10 weeks, beginning in June and ending in August.

For more information on the program, click here. Further information on how to apply can also be found online.

Registration is required.

This event will be held virtually over zoom. We will send the Zoom link to registered attendees on the day of the event. Please reach out to George Macey ( if you need any assistance with registration.

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