Allied Health Students at Hospital


    The Allied Health Institute is a unique opportunity for Morris County High School juniors and seniors to take healthcare courses and complete a two-year clinical internship at Chilton Hospital. The program is run by a partnership between Morris County Vocational School District, Pequannock High School and Chilton Hospital. Over the course of the two-year program, students take college credit-bearing health care courses at Pequannock and also participate in a clinical internship at Chilton Hospital in numerous departments, such as Emergency Department, Radiology, ICU, Wound Center, Outpatient, Nutrition/Dietary, Orthopedics among other areas.

    Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th grade year. 

    *Allied Health students - vaccination required by Chilton Medical Center to work in the hospital


Overview of Program

  • Students attend one of two possible sessions (AM or PM) for Share Time programs.

    Morning Session 7:29- 10:42am 
    Afternoon Session 11:27- 2:40pm

    Students earn: 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year

    Unique Features:

    • Students can earn up to 15 credits from the Rutgers School of Health Professions throughout the program
    • 2 days per week spent junior year a Chilton Hospital working in various departments
    • 3 days per week spent senior year at Chilton Hospital working in specific departments
    • Senior year capstone project/show case

    Junior Year:


    Medical Terminology

    Dynamics of Health Care

    Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab

    Emergency and Clinical Care

    Chilton Hospital Clinical Rotation


    Senior Year:


    Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab

    Introduction to Clinical Research

    Capstone Project/Showcase

    Chilton Hospital Clinical Rotation