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  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
  • Orlando

AI generated summary

  • You must be a college student with time management skills, able to work with individuals with special needs, understand HIPAA/FERPA laws, and have strong communication and computer skills for this Operations Intern position.
  • You will handle intake paperwork, update medical records, review client discharges, input data in EMR system, contact PCP offices, update clinic bulletin boards, research community resources, and assist with administrative tasks.

Requirements

  • Must be an actively enrolled college student.
  • Time management and multi-tasking.
  • Interpersonal skills, ability to work with a team or individual work.
  • Ability to work with students and staff with various special needs.
  • Professionalism, including an understanding of HIPAA and FERPA laws.
  • Oral and written communication ability, computer literacy

Responsibilities

  • Processing intake paperwork and ensuring all documents are accurate and complete.
  • Keeping medical records updated with patient info.
  • Reviewing the discharge clients.
  • Entering in proper format in our EMR system.
  • Calling the PCP offices for outstanding plan of cares.
  • Update the bulletin boards in the therapy clinics.
  • Look at resources in the community for new clients.
  • Complete any other administrative duties.

FAQs

What are the responsibilities of an Intern - Operations at UCP of Central Florida?

The responsibilities include processing intake paperwork, updating medical records, reviewing discharged clients, entering data into the EMR system, contacting PCP offices, updating bulletin boards, researching community resources, and completing administrative tasks.

What are the education requirements for this internship?

Applicants must be actively enrolled college students with strong time management and multitasking skills. Additionally, interpersonal skills, professionalism, understanding of HIPAA and FERPA laws, and good oral and written communication abilities are required.

What skills are needed to excel in this internship?

Interns should possess strong time management, multitasking, interpersonal, and communication skills. A high level of professionalism is also necessary, along with the ability to work with individuals with special needs. Computer literacy is also important.

Unlocking Children's Potential

Science & Healthcare
Industry
501-1000
Employees
1955
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

UCP of Central Florida is dedicated to providing children equal access to programs, services, and experiences that help them achieve their full potential. We are a nonprofit organization that operates Inclusive Charter Schools, Multidisciplinary Therapy Clinics, Specialized Vocational Programs and much more. All of our services and programs are driven by the commitment to create opportunities that educate, inspire, and encourage students of all abilities. As a Charter School: UCP Charter Schools have been Central Florida pioneers in inclusive education. They took the bold step to raise the bar academically for all students while also providing customized instruction so that students can excel at every level. Campuses are smaller than traditional schools, which creates a community culture where teachers, students, parents, and staff all feel seen and valued. As a Therapy Clinic: UCP of Central Florida has Physical, Occupational, and Speech-Language therapy clinics at every campus. Therapy services are available to students and out-patient clients alike. UCP’s multidisciplinary therapy team collaborates with parents and teachers to bring a holistic and practical application to a child’s therapy goals.