Student Coordinators at BCHS
Karen Arnott, ext. 2522
- Administration, H Wing Level 2
- Allied Health, Nursing, & High School Co-op
Alainna Radcliffe, ext. 4252
- Organizational Development, H Wing Level 1
These are some of the requirements and opportunities you will encounter as you move from your first day experience into your various departments.
- Complete all paperwork sent in your welcome email prior to your start date
- Complete e-learning courses/Health & Safety checklist within the first 7 days of your placement
- Report to Security ( B Wing Level 1) to get your ID badge and submit your paperwork
- Contact your preceptor or supervisor for an initial meeting
- If your placement is 250 hours or more in, you must attend BCHS General Orientation
For Nursing Instructors:
- Complete e-learning courses
- Report to Secuirty (B Wing Level 1) to get your ID Badge, sign a Confidentiality Agreement and arrange for a Parking Pass
- All new instructors must attend the General Orientation Day, and update as required
- Arrange for a PCS and BMV Training update
- Contact Nursing Student Co-ordinator Alainna Radcliffe ext. 4252 to book classrooms for post-conference; IT Training Lab space; to submit a list of students for passwords; and for information about lockers/change rooms
Steps for setting up placements:
Students that are interested in this type of placement can contact Alainna Radcliffe at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the hospital is able to accommodate your placement, the below information is required prior to your start date:
- An Immunization Record- Includes MMR, Chicken Pox and a 2 step TB test (Last step is only valid for 1 year)
- WSIB Work placement agreement / HS checklist
- Contact Information
- College / University
- School placement coordinator & contact information
- Start and completion date of placement
- Placement supervisor
Medical Students / Residents
If you interested in setting up an elective, please contact Karen Arnott, Administrative Secretary at email@example.com.
If you have already set up your elective/rotation and you need to obtain your ID Badge/Parking pass.
- To obtain your ID badge you will need to go to Security (B Wing Level 1. They are open from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. There is a $20 deposit on the badge which you will get back when your elective/rotation is complete and the badge is returned.
- If you require a parking pass you can purchase one from the cashier office located beside Tim Horton's through the main doors of the hospital. The pass is $50/month.
Please see the Confidentiality Agreement. Please read, sign and bring the last page with you when you obtain your ID badge from Security.
Please be sure to have a letter of good standing submitted before your elective dates. The letter can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to 519-752-0098
To set up an ER Horizontal Elective, and reply to email@example.com to have your name added to the distribution list.
Mac-CARE arranges high quality educational opportunities in community and rural areas. Arrangements for CORE rotations for four weeks or longer for both McMaster residents and clinical clerks.
How to Apply:
Please visit the Mac-CARE website.
Please contact Shelley Friesen, Mac-CARE Program Coordinator at the Grand Erie Six Nations Clinicial Education Campus - Brantford Centre by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone at 519-751-5801 or by fax at 519-751-5802 for further information regarding accommodation and travel guidelines.
Any questions regarding the Family Medicine Residency Program please contact:
Natalie Graham, Program Coordinator
Phone: 519-751-5544 ext. 2615 ~ Fax: 519-751-5803 ~ Email: email@example.com