Internship at James A Lovell Federal Health Care Center

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Internship at James A Lovell Federal Health Care Center The goal of the internship was to complete a 150 hours and provide a weekly summary of activities. In order to get the internship I had to do a phone screening with Mary Doe. She is the administrative assistant to Commander John Doe. Who is the Assistant Associate Director of Facility Support and also the internship supervisor for the SIU Health Care Management students at FHCC. I meet with CDR John Doe for a brief interview. We went over my goals and what I hope to gain by interning at FHCC. I felt interning at FHCC would be a natural transition because CDR Wallis has a background in Healthcare Administration. Operations Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (FHCC) is a five year demonstration project between the Veterans Affair and Department of Defense. Prior to October 1, 2010 the facility before the add-ons was just known as the North Chicago VA. The vision of FHCC is being the future of federal healthcare. The FHCC consists of 88 hospital beds, 124 nursing home care beds, 125 Domiciliary beds, 18 Mental Health Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program beds for requiring residential treatment for substance abuse, homelessness, post-traumatic stress disorder and psychosocial rehabilitation and 4 observation beds, a fully integrated west campus dental clinic for active duty and veterans patients. In addition to the 124 beds in the Community Living Center, FHCC is also has two

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