Other Learners

Premiere Learning Site

Hurley Medical Center hosts >1500 learners across health professions each year. Students come from dozens of programs, colleges and universities across the country and especially from our nearby neighbors in Michigan.

Student coordinator information

If you work for an institution that would like to explore rotation possibilities for your learners and perhaps establish custom learning experiences for common health-care worker shortage areas, contact the Academic Affairs office.

Student rotator information

If you are a student interested in a rotation or internship at Hurley, contact the Academic Affairs office. We will ascertain availability and help to ensure that your institution has a valid affiliation agreement with us and will connect you with the appropriate clinical coordinator within Hurley to begin your health-training journey at one of the premiere learning sites in the state. If you are a medical student seeking a clerkship, see the medical student information below.

Learner types

High school level

Hurley hosts health-career days for high-school learners to learn more about various health fields. We also partner with area programs to provide observerships and training for those at the high-school level.

College level

Currently, we train students in the following clinical areas: medical assisting, medical technology, nursing (BS, RN, Anesthesia, midwives, nurse practitioners, other graduate-level), occupational therapy, pharmacy, phlebotomy, physical therapy, physician assistants, radiology technology, respiratory therapy, social work, surgical technology, sonography, speech and language pathology, and more.

We also accept nonclinical rotators, such as students in healthcare administration, information technology, premed, research, writing, and more.

Medical Students

Medical students who wish to complete a clerkship at Hurley must contact the Flint office of our affiliated medical school, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The Flint Campus of MSU-CHM can be reached at 810-600-5600. Only the medical school can arrange for medical student clerkships at Hurley. Do not contact Hurley directly.


Looking for verifications?

If you're a former learner or employee and need a verification of your training or insurance coverage while at Hurley, here's who to contact:

Other types of verifications

For other types of verifications for former employees or learners - or for businesses seeking information about them, see our Frequent Contacts section of our Graduate Medical Education web page.

How is Hurley handling Coronavirus-19 for its students?

Students must report temperature, symptoms daily

Most health student rotations have been reinstated at Hurley Medical Center following pandemic-related suspensions. We look forward to hosting all students - and, together, we can minimize the COVID-19 risk and provide optimal patient care. Because personal protective equipment (PPE) has become a sarce and expensive resource, PPE fees may be charged to student rotators.

When your rotation does begin at Hurley, you will be asked to report your symptoms and exposure daily to your home institution and to notify Hurley Medical Center of any positive exposure and/or symptoms. A Hurley pandemic infosheet, FAQs, and acknolwedgement signature-page gives the details and will be provided before your rotation begins.

At present, Hurley requires universal masking for anyone entering the building, which means you will need to wear a basic procedure mask when you are on the premises, except in instances when you are in your own private office or when you are eating. (When you are eating, please keep 6 feet between you and any others - and be sure to wipe down your eating area and chair, etc., before and after your meal.)

During the coronavirus pandemic - and in other instances of potential or actual infectious disease outbreaks, Academic Affairs at Hurley Medical Center follows the hospital's infection control policies and guidelines, which are based on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and may change as the situation develops.

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    Hurley School of Nursing

    Alumni can still obtain information

    Our nursing school opened in January 1909. The last class to graduate from the Hurley School of Nursing was the Class of December 1995, but alumni can still receive information about their education at Hurley's School of Nursing, such as:

    • Alumni information
    • Transcripts
    • Duplicate diplomas

    Select the link below to find alumni information.

    Just because we no longer operate our own nursing school doesn't mean that we don't still love training nursing students. We work with area nursing schools to provide top-notch training and rich educational rotations to students. If you're a current nursing student with a question, contact Hurley Academic Affairs to find your answers.

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    Did you know?

    Among Hurley's many health professionals, more than 30 Physician Assistants work across our many specialties, many of them serving as instructors to PA students who train here.