The goal of any pediatric hospital is to provide top-notch care for children and their families. And here at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, we know that that type of care requires a stellar team.
A child’s care doesn’t just rely on excellent physicians and nurses — it is also dependent on a team of professionals who are all dedicated to providing the comprehensive care that every patient deserves.
That’s why Children’s is committed to providing the highest quality health professional training and education in the region.
Continuing Professional Education
Our continuing professional education programs allow all Children’s physician, nursing, and medical professional staff to learn about current advances in the field, new innovations in medical research and treatment, and the latest in best practices for patient care and satisfaction.
We offer two training and education for healthcare professionals opportunities throughout the year:
Children’s employs many types of allied health and other healthcare professionals, including:
- Behavioral health specialists
- Child life specialists
- Critical care paramedics
- Emergency medical technicians
- Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioners (LIMHP)
- Pharmacy personnel, such as pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and assistants
- Physician Assistants (PA-C)
- Psychologists or Provisionally Licensed Psychologists (PsyD or PhD)
- Radiology technologists
- Rehabilitation specialists, such as physical, occupational, and speech therapists, and audiologists
- Respiratory therapists
- Social workers
For more information on allied health professions at Children’s, please contact OED@childrensomaha.org.
Academic Internships, Externships, & Capstone Projects
Many of our medical specialties and programs offer internships for both undergraduate and graduate students. As an intern, you will work with a primary mentor to learn about the profession and receive individualized training. Specific roles, responsibilities, and goals vary based on the type of internship and your personal interests.
For more information, program directors and coordinators are welcome to contact OED@childrensomaha.org.
Pediatric Education Courses
Throughout the year, we offer a variety of pediatric healthcare courses for healthcare professionals. Taught by pediatric experts, these courses are available for healthcare professionals from both Children’s and throughout the region. Learn more about our education courses:
- Basic Life Support Class
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support Class
Shadowing allows college students to observe providers in action in a healthcare setting. This experience only involves observation — you will not perform work of any kind.
The Education Hotline is designed for anyone who is pursuing education and training at Children’s to provide feedback on their experience. Fellows, residents, students, shadow learners, and academic interns alike are welcome to use the Education Hotline.