Residencies, Fellowships, Internships and Entry-Level Jobs for Students
We know your goal is simple: get the best training, in the best programs, at the best healthcare system in the country. Done.
When you’re seeking ideal opportunities in residencies, internships, fellowships and curriculum-based training, the choice is easy: OhioHealth. Our programs are geared to bring you up to speed smoothly, while you learn from the best minds in the field.
Each program is specifically designed to deliver the quality of training and experience you need to begin your career with complete confidence.
Entry Level Jobs
Now Hiring High School Students
Are you considering a healthcare career or know a family member, friend or student who is? OhioHealth is now hiring 16 and 17-year-olds for specific entry-level jobs to provide young adults immediate experience. These jobs include:
- Nutrition Hosts - Job code 6083
- Environmental Services Associates - Job code 6008
- Patient Support Assistants (PSA) - Job code 5056 and 5057
- Unit Support Coordinators (USC) - Job code 7093
- Pharmacy Technician Trainees - Job code 4041
- Pharmacy Tech trainees: Must be a senior in high school, at least 17 years old and attend one of the Ohio Public High School-approved Pharmacy Technician Training Programs.
Applicants should be actively considering and pursuing a healthcare career such as taking STNA classes, enrolled in a healthcare tech school, or intending to pursue a specific healthcare career. Specific requirements are outlined in each job posting.
Nurse Residency Program
WE Take You from Novice to Clinician
We help new acute care registered nurses transition to bedside care by building the knowledge, skills, professional presence and experience needed to be an OhioHealth nurse.
Our residents will experience the benefit of centralized recruitment during the application, interview and hiring process. Once hired, the program is customized to meet the needs of the transitioning nurse by incorporating central and track-specific learning experiences. Training extends beyond clinical orientation to support residents throughout their first year by facilitating interactions with experienced preceptors, subject matter experts and small peer groups.
Learn more about our residency program and tracks including
- Medical-surgical and intermediate care
- Critical care and emergency department
- Women’s health
WE Help You Become Tomorrow’s Leaders
OhioHealth is an industry leader who must foster the next generation of visionaries to carry on our important work as an innovator in healthcare. To do this effectively, we have designed a comprehensive two-year Administrative Fellowship program that will shape the kinds of well-rounded, multi-faceted professionals who can successfully guide their fellow associates into the new patient care experience necessary to lead an entire industry.
Go to the Administrative Fellowship page for more details.
Start Your Career Off Right
Our interns are an integral part of our team and treated as such. We employ over 4,000 interns every year, in areas ranging from clinical training to experience toward their degrees. As an intern you will be connected with the best OhioHealth has to offer – thought-leaders and industry experts. These experienced associates will act as your mentors, helping you develop your skills and knowledge through extensive training and real-scenario experience. Although the internship lasts a maximum of 6-months, you gain the experience of a lifetime. Interns through a program or school is common, but not necessary, and at the end of the internship you may be recommended to our recruitment team.