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Rehabilitation Student Program: Admission and Requirements
Admission and Requirements for Students
The supervised clinical student program is arranged by the academic coordinator of clinical education (ACCE) at your college or university. To participate in the program, your school must be affiliated with our center. Please check with your ACCE to determine if we are affiliated.
At this time, we are not offering positions to foreign-trained therapists who wish to complete their clinical hours.
Requirements for students
Students must comply with the institutional policies and procedures for:
Immunizations and TB testing
American Heart Association Basic Life Support training
Hospital Competency Modules (during orientation)
Because we are a tertiary care center, and work with clients with complex medical problems, students must have a strong academic background, be comfortable communicating with patients and staff, and flexible. The site is recommended as a second or third affiliation. Please let the Clinical Education Coordinator know if this is your first affiliation.
Stanford Health Care does not discriminate against any students on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, religion, ancestry, national origin/age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, veteran status, or economic status. Students are required to meet the physical requirements of the position for which they are assigned.