Internships

As an intern at Automated Health Systems, you will learn valuable skills while doing important things for the company, our clients and the people we serve.

Begin your professional story at AHS.

If you are a graduate or undergraduate student looking for real business experience at a progressive, national company, we offer internships that allow you to learn about today’s dynamic healthcare environment. Being an intern at AHS means much more than involvement in the day-to-day running of the company. As an intern, you’ll get hands-on exposure to vital projects and challenges in a vibrant environment and gain real world experience. The exciting part is that you’ll work alongside the best and brightest talent in the healthcare industry helping those most in need.

Internship opportunities vary by department, including Information Technology, Human Resources, Medical Billing, and Business Development. Undergraduate interns perform a variety of functions and can benefit from learning beyond the classroom while they gain hands-on experience with a leader in health management services. Graduate interns are expected to contribute to the success of the company through innovative ideas and value creation gained both in school and through previous work experience.

 

With an AHS internship, you can…

Build a challenging and rewarding experience. Work and learn from experts of the business. Develop your style and knowledge in our unique culture. Grow your network of like-minded interns and professionals. Be prepared to take your career to another level.

 

Our Culture

The AHS mission not only supports our purpose of helping people manage their healthcare, but as an employee-centered company, it applies to how we support our nearly 1,000 colleagues. At AHS, our culture and leadership encourage personal and professional growth.

 

“Automated Health Systems offers a wonderful learning environment for a student intern. Through the interaction with many professionals, you are able to learn not only about the current healthcare environment, but also the professional world. You are trusted with important projects and much time and interest is invested in your professional development.”

 

Jeanine Palilla – Penn State University College of Health and Human Development