Education & Research

Short Term Observing

Treating eye and vision conditions

Thank you for your interest in a short term observation experience at St. Luke’s!

To be considered for an observational experience (half day or one day), students must have completed a COVID-19 vaccine series, be at least 16 years old, enrolled in high school or post-secondary education and have a sincere interest in pursuing a health care career. Due to high volumes of medical student learners, physician (MD/DO) shadowing is only considered for those who have completed their first year as a premed student in college. Those who do not qualify are encouraged to participate in our diverse volunteer program.

Please click this link » to share your availability, area of interest, etc. Requests should be with advance notice, no earlier than four (4) weeks from now.  After submission, a confirmation email will be automatically sent and communication from the department manager within a few days.

It is important to note that in order to observe at St. Luke’s, there are specific documents that are required to be completed, prior to the observational experience. These requirements will be provided to you by the hosting department. Should you have any questions about areas available to observe, please contact Reputation Management.

Should you be interested in a more diverse healthcare experience, or wish to have a longer experience at St. Luke’s, consider volunteering. View our website http://www.sluhn.org/volunteernow and select the campus of choice to learn about the varied experiences available!