The Southcentral Foundation Nuka Improvement Internship is available to people who have completed their undergraduate studies and who are seeking opportunities to gain hands-on introductory work experience in the area of health care improvement. Through mentored experiences and process improvement projects, the intern will have an opportunity to directly impact how care is delivered at Southcentral Foundation.
The Southcentral Foundation Nuka Improvement Fellowship is available for graduate and postgraduate students and medical residents with experience in the area of improvement who are interested in health care improvement opportunities that will augment academic studies with more advanced work experience, intensive training and promoting opportunities for leadership.
The goal of this program is to provide a robust experiential learning experience by providing an opportunity to work alongside improvement teams, integrated care teams, as well as clinical and operational leadership on various improvement projects in both rural and urban health care settings. All opportunities begin with and introduction to the SCF Foundations of Nuka: Customer Care and Relationship, Communications and Teamwork, Improvement and Innovation, and Workforce Development and Skills. Through this training the participants will gain knowledge of the Nuka System of Care, Customer-ownership, relationship-based approaches and whole system transformation requires multiple facets of operational and community services working together to support a shared vision.