As a community partner, Temiskaming Hospital is committed to providing quality education experiences for students in clinical and non-clinical settings. 

Placements include:

1.Co-operative (Co-op) Placements:

Co-op placements are open to students who are enrolled in a co-op program through their high school. All co-op placements are organized between local school administration and Temiskaming Hospital.  

2.Student Placements:

Placements are possible in many disciplines including, but not limited to: Radiology, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social Work and Speech-Language Pathology, Information Technology, Maintenance, and Health Records.

Process for Nursing Student Placement from a recognized University or College:

  • All placements for students are coordinated by the academic placement coordinator at their respective University or College.
  • An affiliation agreement will be established with the requesting school and Temiskaming Hospital.
  • Required Documentation prior to beginning placement: 
    • Criminal Record Check
    • Up-to-date immunization record
    • Proof of BCLS
    • Up-to-date mask fit testing record

3.Non-Clinical Placements:

Requests will be considered for learning opportunities in non-clinical areas. For more information or to request a placement, please contact our Human Resources Department. 

4.Summer Student Opportunities:

Temiskaming Hospital will hire summer student opportunities as they become available. To be eligible for these opportunities applicants must be enrolled full time in a post secondary program.

If you are interested in learning more about the student opportunities available at Temiskaming Hospital, please contact our Human Resources Department.




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To be a caring, innovative, community hospital, engaged with our patients, community and partners.



To be a role model for northern rural health care.


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