Roshani Heer, McGregor’s Healthcare Administration Intern, assisted our Executive Administrator with a variety of administrative tasks this summer.
Throughout the course of her internship, Roshani shadowed workers and managers in an assortment of administrative departments within McGregor, including Social Services, Finance, Human Resources, and Environmental Services. She also completed or worked on a major project in each department she shadowed. A few highlights include auditing resident fund accounts with the Accounts Receivable Manager and Finance Director, completing assessments with our team of Social Workers, and showing appreciation to our employees every week by spearheading our Popcorn Tuesday’s program. Additionally, Roshani assisted in our new employee onboarding process by completing prescreening, fingerprinting, and background checks for some of our newly hired employees when working with our Human Resources staff.
Roshani is a Junior at Cleveland State University, where she studies Health Sciences with a minor in Healthcare Management. In the future, Roshani plans on working in the nonclinical side of healthcare, with the goal of eventually becoming an Administrator.
Roshani believes that her experience at McGregor was extremely valuable to pursuing this goal. She says, “I have learned so much while I have been at McGregor. I was able to gain hands-on experience and work with different departments to see what I am passionate about, and I was able to see how crucial the administrative side is to effective healthcare. In school, I have always learned about the clinical side of healthcare, but this internship has shown me that the business side is just as important as the patient care side.”
Thank you, Roshani, for choosing McGregor and for all your good work this summer. We wish you continued success as you finish school and begin your future career.
“I was able to gain hands-on experience and work with different departments to see what I am passionate about, and I was able to see how crucial the administrative side is to effective healthcare. This internship has shown me that the business side is just as important as the patient care side.”