Required Documents For Intern And Patient Protection
Applicants accepted into the MusicWorx internship program will need to obtain documentation that they meet background, drug, insurance, and training requirements put in place to protect interns as well as the patients they treat. Listed on this page are all the prerequisites. Interns should complete as many as possible prior to the internship term, as absence of proper evidence will delay intern work clearance.
MusicWorx internship candidates must complete and submit a MusicWorx internship application in order to be considered for internship. Internship candidates submitting applications now will be considered for internship openings one calendar year in the future. MusicWorx offers only two internships each quarter, for a total of eight internships per year. Complete application instructions appear in the application.
The majority of health care facilities require background checks and drug screenings. Once an intern candidate is accepted, MusicWorx will send the intern paperwork required to begin the process. A nominal cost may apply to certain placements.
Two TB skin screenings are required of all interns. Requirements change on a frequent basis, so we encourage prospective interns to contact MusicWorx for the latest updates.
Step 3. CPR Certification
Interns must provide evidence of satisfactory completion of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) training. The Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Course offered by the American Heart Association is the only course acceptable to one of the agencies that MusicWorx serves.
Interns must have health coverage when they begin their term. In the past, interns have been covered under their parent/guardian or spouse, or by Obamacare, Assurant Health, United Healthcare, the VA, or another provider.
Interns must have liability coverage when they begin their term. Listed below is the carrier that the American Music Therapy Association recommends for reasonably priced short-term coverage.