Fighting Eagles Cadet Conducts Nursing Internship at William Beaumont Army Medical Center

This summer seven Cadets from the Eastern Washington University (EWU) Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program were selected for Cadet Command sponsored internships.  Our first Cadet, Sarah Mullen recently returned from her nursing internship at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland just outside of Washington, D.C.  Our next Cadet, Josiah Bryan departed for his nursing internship on June 30th at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Ft. Bliss, Texas.

Cadet Josiah Bryan

For the next month Cadet Bryan will learn all the roles and responsibilities of being a nurse while being under the supervision of an experienced Army Nurse Corps Officer.  He will also obtain hands on experience in various clinical specialties such as labor and delivery, pediatrics, emergency room, etc.  Cadet Bryan’s internship is part of the Nurse Summer Training Program.  This program selects qualified nursing Cadets to intern at Army Medical Department (AMEDD) hospitals around the world.

The William Beaumont Army Medical Center is not only one of the largest buildings in El Paso, TX, but also one of the larger hospitals in the U.S. Army.  It has over one million square feet of floor space and sees an average of 3,200 patients every day.  Presently, there are 70 physicians in training, 27 interns and 43 residents at the hospital. There are also more than 100 officers and enlisted Soldiers training in other medical specialties on any given day.

William Beaumont Army Medical Center

EWU ROTC wishes Cadet Bryan all the best during his nursing internship.

For anyone interested in becoming an Army Nurse the EWU ROTC program has a long and successful history of commissioning nurses into the Army.  You can read more about our program and the pay and benefits of being an Army nurse at the below link:

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