Clinical rotations at Neighborcare Health are available to students preparing for a career in health care from the following schools:
- University of Washington
- Seattle University
- Washington State University
- Seattle Pacific University
- Gonzaga University
- PIMA Medical Institute
- Seattle Vocational Institute
- Seattle Central College
- South Seattle College
- Bastyr University
At this time, Neighborcare is not accepting applications from other schools.
If you are interested in a clinical rotation at Neighborcare Health, please contact your school coordinator or complete the student rotations at Neighborcare Health placement questionnaire.
Neighborcare Health partners with multiple Seattle schools to provide externships for their students:
- Medical assistants from PIMA Medical Institute
- Medical and dental assistants from Seattle Vocational Institute
- Medical administrative assistants from South Seattle College
- Dental hygienists from Seattle Central College
Neighborcare also welcomes the opportunity to build relationships with new school affiliates.
Many externs go on to start their medical careers at Neighborcare Health. If you are interested in an externship, please complete the student rotations at Neighborcare Health placement questionnaire.
Neighborcare Health’s one-year residency program provides graduates with DMD or DDS degrees with real-world work experience and a robust, supportive learning environment to hone their general dentistry skills. Residents at our Georgetown, High Point and Rainier Beach dental clinics have the opportunity to serve a diverse patient population, from infant to adult, who face barriers to getting quality dental care.
If you are a dental school graduate and are interested in applying for a residency, please email Dr. Mark Bai at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit http://www.lmcdental.org/programs/aegd to learn more about the curriculum at Neighborcare Health’s dental residency program.