Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) has employed 38 students in its
Summer Student Programme this year.
The 12-week programme provides college and university students an opportunity to gain experience, develop skills, and make important business contacts in their field of interest.
Students this year are from a wide range of disciplines and degree programmes both clinical and non-clinical.
“Our 2022 cohort of interns come from 29 different institutions based in Bermuda, Canada,
Curacao, Cyprus, the UK and the US,” said Asia Ming- Raynor, manager of the BHB programme.
“They are working across various departments within our organisation. We
have seven medical students, who are at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH), two psychology students who are based at our Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute (MWI) and four nursing students that work across both campuses,” she added.
Students are also working in the following BHB departments: facilities management, finance, hospital medical records, housekeeping, human resources, information technology,
lab, long-term care, neurology, pharmacy, physiotherapy, project management and imaging
“We are pleased to offer this experience to our young Bermudians,” said BHB Deputy CEO Scott Pearman, “particularly as we had to cut back during 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID- 19 pandemic.
“BHB has offered summer internships since the 1960’s but in 2000 we revamped the programme expanding it to include non-clinical interns in the many supporting areas of the organisation.
“While our 2022 intake is lower than pre-pandemic years, we are greatly encouraged by the high calibre of those that have joined us this year. We also thank the Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Foundation (BHCF) and their corporate donors who have funded the
programme,” said Mr Pearman.
“We recognise the importance of supporting and encouraging excellence in our future BHB workforce,” said BHCF executive director Lisa Sheppard. “We donated $150 thousand for this year’s Summer Student Programme. An important aspect of the student worke xperience is that on completion of their studies, they are motivated to return to Bermudaa nd to BHB.”
Over the past five years, BHB has employed 236 Bermudian interns in its summer programme. Of those, 39 were medical students, 191 were general studies students, and six were culinary arts students.
BHB’s 2022 summer students are: Ma Jasmin Bacabac, Asrael Basden, Llewllyn Burgess, Annefa Burke, Gianluca Cacace, Tahj Cox, Maya De Silva, Jay-Quan Dill, Delia Ebbin, Justin Ebbin, Yanni Gibbons, Dedra Hayward, Jahkera Hill-Ingham, Chantae Hollis, Christopher Jackson, Haleigh Martin, Ryley Mason, Gabriella Medeiros, Erika Morris, Fatima Muhammad, Sierra Pacheco, Kyon Parfitt, Abigail Powell, Jaeshri Romeo, Shondreka Scraders, Tiara Shine, Kyasia Simmons, Ari Smith, Keishun Swan, Charlotte Theisen, Nathan Titterton, Keiron Tucker, Ceola Wade, Izeya Wainwright, Shania Wedderburn, Destiny White, Katherine White and Diego Wilson.
Applications for BHB’s 2023 Summer Student Programme will be released on the website BHB Jobs NOW – Bermuda Hospitals Board, in December.
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