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MEDICAL INTERN

Medical internships with Save a Child’s Heart offer an opportunity for medical students to gain knowledge and experience that can help make a difference in the world.

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Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 we are unable to host medical interns with us in Israel. This year, SACH is offering a virtual medical internship for current medical students. This unique program will bring the Israel-based medical internship program to students from around the world.

Our affiliate offices will host workshops, in conjunction with the Israeli medical team,  over the span of six months through virtual sessions and medical experiences. Sessions will include the opportunity to see a live surgery from Wolfson Medical Center and meet top cardiologists from around the world.

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This program is open to medical students only and there is no cost to register. Each student is asked to fundraise $180 through peer-to-peer fundraising on behalf of SACH.

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Application Process

Step 1: Submit online application
Step 2: Email resume and 1 recommendation letter to leadership@saveachildsheart.org
Step 3: Once all documents have been received and reviewed, you will be notified
Step 4: Interview with Young Leadership Director

Local Offices

This is an international program with local components. For more information on how the program works in your country please contact your local office. Please note, this program is currently available for medical students in Europe and in Israel.

Canada
Jessica Haber  
Jessica@saveachildsheart.ca

Australia
Doron Lazarus
doron.lazarus@saveachildsheart.org.au

UK
Natasha Grossman
natashagrossman@hotmail.com

USA
Nancy Pardo
pardo@saveachildsheartus.org

The Netherlands
Emma Oostenbroek
emmaoostenbroek@saveachildsheart.nl

Israel and General Program Inquiries
Anna Kos
leaderships@saveachildsheart.org

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In this small global village that we all share, we must care for our own children as well as our own neighbor's, no matter how near or far, for we are all one people and neither geography nor prejudice should impede us

– Dr. Lior Sasson,
Director of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery WMC

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