In the clinical arena, UEMF member physicians and providers treat over 200,000 patients per year at our 3 clinical sites, drawing patients from the greater Providence area, the State of Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, and parts of Connecticut. The Anderson Emergency Center at Rhode Island Hospital is one of the busiest in the nation, and provides a full range of tertiary care. Hasbro Children’s Hospital, is the center for children’s care in the region, and is a pediatric trauma center. The Miriam Hospital is a highly-regarded community teaching hospital, which has Magnet nursing status and a reputation for high-quality care and high levels of patient satisfaction.
As a non-profit foundation, UEMF is committed to completing its mission and vision including academic and research support. UEMF physicians and research personnel conduct a wide variety of research in basic science, clinical practices, and public health. UEMF member physicians train 48 emergency medicine resident physicians in the prestigious Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program. UEMF also sponsors a number of fellowship programs in conjunction with Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University. UEMF also has a billing department, business office, and provides practice management services.
Organization website: uemf.org
- Must be currently enrolled at an accredited University or College as an undergraduate junior or senior or graduate student in a declared major of Finance, Business Management, Mathematics or a similar discipline
- Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
- Must be available to work 15-20 hours per week (flexible schedule)
- Effective written and verbal communications skills are essential
- Ability to possess a high degree of discretion, professionalism and maturity in the workplace
- Excellent statistical analysis, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills preferred
- Prior finance and/or accounting experience preferred
- Must possess ability to handle confidential information in a professional manner
- Must submit a background release form and demonstrate proof of being free from disqualifying information