This page is intended for EMT and paramedic students who are interested in scheduling clinical observation time at any of the TriHealth facilities. EMT and paramedic students must be currently enrolled in an educational program that has an existing Clinical Observation Contract in order to schedule shifts.
Before the Student Calls to Schedule
Prior to contacting TriHealth for shift requests, every student must complete all components of the “TriHealth Non-Nursing Student Checklist” as required by TriHealth Corporate Education. Copies of the completion forms (as indicated in the checklist) will be presented to Security upon arrival to any TriHealth facility, as well as a copy should be presented to the program director of the respective EMT/paramedic program.
TriHealth Student Orientation Checklist (PDF)
Students should also review the various TriHealth facilities and their respective shift options. Absolutely no exemptions or deviations from this schedule will be made. Please review the cancellation policy prior to scheduling any shifts.
Facilities and Shifts
Shift Cancellation Policy for Students at TriHealth Facilities
Contact for Shift Requests
Students have one of two options to request clinical observation shifts:
Arriving for a Shift
Students should review the appropriate documents below to guide them when arriving for their shift:
Clinical Time Requirements
Where to park and report inside the hospital:
Bethesda North Facility Instructions
Good Samaritan Facility Instructions
Bethesda Arrow Springs, Good Samaritan Western Ridge, and Bethesda Butler Hospital Facility Instructions
Program directors, faculty, and staff may contact Andrew Rice for questions, concerns, etc. using either of the following: