Community Pediatric Programs

Position Title: Internship (3)
Position Location:
853 Longwood Avenue
Suite 201
Bronx, NY 10459

County: Bronx

Contact Name: Kalese House
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 7185884460
Contact Fax: 2127447633

CHCANYS Member Info: Member - Organizational

Position Description:

Community Pediatric Programs (CPP) is a partnership of Montefiore Medical Center and the Children’s Health Fund. CPP is recruiting to fill 3 full-time internship positions to work within our programs. 

Our dedicated providers and staff at the New York Children’s Health Project are experts in the delivery of mobile health care to homeless children, their families, and street-involved youth.  Since 1987, this mobile homeless health care program has been bringing comprehensive care directly to the doorsteps of New York City shelters. 

At the South Bronx Health Center patients of all ages, who hail from low income and public housing developments, are assured a seamless continuum of care regardless of their ability to pay.  Our patients have access to primary care, mental health and nutrition services, as well as mobile dental care and a wide-array of support services.

The Starr Center coordinates and supports the development, implementation and administration of the Community Pediatric Programs’ Special Initiatives, which focus on health issues that disproportionately affect the patient population. The Starr Center’s research/evaluation team is dedicated to continuous quality improvement, health outcomes surveillance and program evaluation, as well as development and dissemination of best practice models. Additionally, a key component of the Special Initiatives is to develop culturally appropriate patient education and health promotion materials

Our mission at Community Pediatric Programs is to provide comprehensive, compassionate, family-centered health care to New York City’s most medically underserved children and families.  We are a community-based network working to close the ever-widening gap in health disparities—by tackling priority health issues pervasive among low income and vulnerable children and families and advocating for disadvantaged New Yorkers.

Position Details:

Internship is full-time position for the academic year. The intern will assist in the development and operations of various programs and initiatives both at the health centers and out in the community.


Responsibilities (may) include:

  • Conduct health education and outreach activities in conjunction with staff
    • Work closely with staff in assigned area (HIV counseling, nutrition, prenatal care and women’s health, pediatric care, adult services, mental health) on developing and piloting teaching tools and program content for individual and group visits
    • Assist in facilitating group health care in nutrition, mental health, prenatal, and pediatric care
    • Work with other community organizations to plan programs and events
    • Represent CPP at health fairs and community events
  • Participate in quality improvement efforts
    • Conduct needs assessments via patient interviews, focus groups, and data analysis as part of larger center initiatives
    • Participate in developing and implementing improvement activities
    • Collect, enter, and analyze data relevant to outcomes of concern in assigned program. Make suggestions for program improvement based on these findings
    • Track referrals to outside facilities
  • Serve as a patient navigator
    • Help patients find and utilize services within the health center and at other community organizations
    • Spend time in the reception areas; assist patients with forms, guide patients through the check-in/registration process, read to children who are waiting for their appointments
  • Professional development
    • Participate in full staff, team, and department meetings
    • Attend trainings and learn new skills


The position is flexible and includes room for self-direction according to the intern’s interests.



  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Concern for public health issues and passion for community engagement
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent time-management and organizational skills
  • Experience working with data in Excel, SPSS or other programs a plus
  • Fluency in Spanish a huge plus



  • Location: Fixed site in the Bronx; other services sites within NYC
  • Compensation: The intern will receive a bi-monthly living stipend.
  • Full-time position
  • Keywords: public health, program development, intern, health and medicine, preventative health, community outreach

Special Instructions:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter via one of the following:


Fax:            (212) 744-7633




The Montefiore Medical Center - Albert Einstein College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For further information on our programs, please visit our websites: or

Compensation Range: Bi-monthly stipend

Compensation Type: Hourly

Travel Desired: Some Travel

Job Type: Other

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