Internships and volunteering
19 maja 2021
Carolina Medical Center pays special attention to education and training of medical staff. As the first private orthopedic clinic in Poland, we received the accreditation of the Ministry of Health to conduct specialization in orthopedics and traumatology and internships in this field. For several years, the clinic has been hosting interns, physiotherapists and doctors from all over the world for training.
- We invite ambitious doctors and physiotherapists interested in orthopedics and sports medicine to complete:
- specialization in orthopedics,
- internships in orthopedics and traumatology,
- clinical internships,
- courses organized by the Medical Center of Postgraduate Education
Let Carolina Medical Center’s specialists spend their time and energy sharing their knowledge with others.
Specialization in orthopedics
We advise candidates to apply for an internship first, then decide if they wish to pursue their specialization here in our hospital. The best interns will get the opportunity to work in our clinic. Due to the large number of applications, the waiting period for the internship to start may take up to several months. At the moment, 8 people can study at the Carolina Medical Center (both full-time and residency) at the same time.
Carolina Medical Center is accredited by the Ministry of Health to conduct internships in Adult Orthopedics (18 months) and Motor Organ Traumatology (24 months).
You can apply to complete your internship or just a part of it at our clinic if you are in the process of specializing in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system.
We invite specialists in orthopedics, sports medicine and rehabilitation for clinical internships at the Carolina Medical Center.
- The aim of the clinical internship is to deepen knowledge in a selected, narrow field:
- sports medicine and traumatology,
- foot and ankle joint,
- elbow and hand,
- rehabilitation for doctors.
The duration of the internship is determined individually, however, it cannot be shorter than 2 weeks. The internship is free of charge. At the end of the internship, the doctor receives a certificate confirming the completion of the internship.
How to apply
- If you are interested in completing a specialization or internship at the Carolina Medical Center, please send scans of the following documents by e-mail:
- a copy of the license to practice as a doctor,
- a copy of the first page of the specialization card or specialization diploma,
- a copy of an identity document,
- a cover letter with additional information on the preferred length and date of the internship, interests and what you would like to learn during the internship,
- recommendation letters.
Documents should be sent to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
Internships for orthopedics students
If you are studying medicine and you have the ambition to achieve success in orthopedics, join the Student Scientific Society at the Carolina Medical Center.
The Society at the Carolina Medical Center has been operating since 2005. Three years later, it was registered at the Medical University of Warsaw. The Society usually meets twice a month. The main profile of the club is sports medicine and traumatology. We discuss topics related to the work of an orthopedist, radiologist and physiotherapist, based on presentations prepared by the members and guardians of the Society. As part of volunteering, students accompany doctors during consultations in the office, assist in surgery, have the opportunity to work directly with athletes during camps and trainings. We make sure that the meetings are practical - students learn to examine joints and practice surgical suturing. We created a team of surgical suture instructors and conduct sewing courses for students of the Medical University of Warsaw outside our Society.
The experience gained in the work of the Student Scientific Society is a great contribution to a career in renowned orthopedic centers. Some of today's medical staff at the Carolina Medical Center are recruited from former members of the club. If you would like to apply to become a member of Student Scientific Society at the Carolina Medical Center please send your documents to email@example.com
Physiotherapy for students
All students who want to learn what they will not find in a physiotherapy textbook can take part in meetings of the Scientific Club of Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine.
- What we do at the meetings of the Scientific Club:
- we discuss anatomy and biomechanics,
- we learn about palpation anatomy,
- we get acquainted with the latest trends in physiotherapy,
- we present the latest reports from the world of sports medicine.
You can complete student internships or take part in renowned sports events, cooperating with professional physiotherapists, functional diagnosticians and trainers of the Carolina Medical Center motor preparation. We meet at the Carolina Medical Center every two weeks for lectures, seminars and practical classes. Applications including CV, a cover letter with additional information on the preferred length and date of the internship, interests and what you would like to learn during the internship, a copy of confirmation of studying physiotherapy or rehabilitation, should be sent to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Physiotherapy internships for graduates
Graduates of Physiotherapy and Movement Rehabilitation (after obtaining a master's degree) who want to start or develop their professional career at the Carolina Medical Center, can apply for physiotherapy internships.
Rehabilitation is an integral part of the patient's treatment process, which is based on close cooperation between the doctor and the physiotherapist. The philosophy of rehabilitation programs at CMC is to adapt the physiotherapeutic treatment to the individual case of the patient. The trainee learns about creative physiotherapy, adapted to the tissue healing process and based on the anatomy and principles of biomechanics of the diseased joint. Modern, effective physiotherapeutic techniques are used in the rehabilitation process. Rehabilitation programs are tailored to individual sports disciplines and enriched with elements of sports training.
- As part of the classes, trainees will learn about the issues of orthopedic and sports rehabilitation in the following competence centers:
- hand, elbow joint and shoulder girdle,
- knee and hip joint,
- foot, ankle joint, Achilles tendon,
- soft tissues,
- motor preparation training,
- functional diagnostics.
- a copy of the master's degree diploma in Physiotherapy or Movement Rehabilitation,
- a copy of an identity document,
- a cover letter with additional information on the preferred date of the internship, interests and what you would like to learn during the internship,
- recommendation letters if possible.
Before starting the internship, you must complete a qualifying test for classes. Physiotherapy internships last 2 weeks, 6 hours a day. The detailed program is determined individually. As part of the internship, you will participate in two surgeries to better understand and learn about postoperative rehabilitation.
- If you want to complete an internship at the Carolina Medical Center, send your application to: email@example.com enclosing the following documents: