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Job Shadowing

Thank you for your interest in growing your career at Norton Healthcare. Job shadowing allows you the opportunity to explore areas of interest to you. Job shadowing is a hands-off, observation-only experience. If you are interested in job shadowing at Norton Healthcare, please complete the Job Shadowing Request Form below. Allow up to three business days to process your request.  If you have any questions, please direct them to JobShadow@nortonhealthcare.org.

To meet eligibility for job shadowing, the following requirements must be met.

  • Must be 18 years of age or older. If not, please attach completed authorization form from your legal guardian.
  • Send proof of influenza vaccine (Flu Season: Sept. 1 through May 31) and immunization certificate to include measles, mumps and rubella (MMR); hepatitis B; varicella; Tdap (last 10 years); tuberculosis (TB) (within the last 12 months) to jobshadow@nortonhealthcare.org. If you are a Norton employee you do not have to submit proof of immunization.
  • Career Observation

    * Must be:

    - In a healthcare related clinical program to shadow in Obstetrics or Pediatrics

    - In an advanced practice program to shadow an APRN, DNP, MD, DO

    * Additional accommodations may be made if Workforce Development/requestor have communicated in advance

  • Request Dates and Times of Observation Experience

    Requested dates and times are subject to change due to availability within requested department. To provide the best experience, please note the following months have greater availability for nursing: January, July, August, September, November and December.

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