Former Interns & Testimonials

Sasha ManouchehripourSasha Manouchehripour

Education: Master in Health Administration, University of Iowa; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Oklahoma State University

Year of Internship: 2017

Testimonial:

“My internship experience at JPS has been incredible! I learned so much in such a short amount of time. This internship allowed me to work on several projects throughout various departments in the hospital including Behavioral Health, Radiology, Patient Experience, Women’s Health, and Strategic Planning. In addition to projects, there were shadowing opportunities in every single department at the hospital. The Senior Leadership Team is so accessible and willing to help you in any way you need. They are warm, inviting, and extremely encouraging. The entire team at JPS wants you to succeed in your career, and they will provide you with the platform and the tools to do so. I felt like a valued part of this organization, and that I was able to help make a positive difference in the lives of our patients.”

 

Nicole RiosNicole Rios

Education: Master of Science in Healthcare Leadership and Management, University of Texas; Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Spanish, University of Oregon

Year of Internship: 2017

Testimonial:

“Working as an intern at JPS Health Network has made a huge impact on my career in just 10 weeks. I was able to work on several small projects as well as one large project in many areas in the hospital ranging from Behavioral Health, Patient Experience, Physician Engagement, Enterprise Risk Management and much more. This internship allowed me to narrow my focus in the healthcare field and find what I am most passionate about. I had regular contact with the executive leaders at JPS and found them to be supportive, encouraging and exceptionally helpful in my project work. Additionally, I worked with several outstanding directors and managers who offered me regular mentorship in accomplishing my projects. I felt valued as part of the JPS team and empowered to make an impact on patient’s lives in Tarrant County.”