HDO Health has designed its internship opportunities to provide the Intern with medical device industry experience, exposure to working in a start-up organization that is a portfolio company of an accelerator (Rev1 Ventures), exposure to business-critical planning, projects, and working relationships with the team of company co-founders and external partners and stakeholders. You will partner with and work closely with the Founder and Chief Executive Officer on a wide range of business projects and processes spanning product development, marketing, sales, financial analysis and planning, capital access planning, grant administration, advisory board development, and regulatory and legal matters.
The responsibilities, expectations, and desired outcomes will vary based on the intern’s background, education, academic area of focus, previous experience, knowledge, and specific goals and areas of interest in learning and growth.
This internship provides a unique opportunity to work directly with the company founders. The primary focus of this opportunity will be to help to continue to build and refine the go-to-market strategy and execution plans for HDO Health’s first product being brought to market through a license agreement with the Ohio State University Innovation Foundation (OSIF).
HDO Health is currently seeking Skillbridge Intern(s). This hybrid/remote role may be based in Columbus, OH; Birmingham, AL, any other U.S.-based location.
The Ohio State Wheeler and Wolstein Internship Program
Intern Success Stories
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While transitioning from his 20-year military career as an active-duty Army Special Forces Master Sergeant in Fort Polk, Louisiana, Tom Jones became the first HDO Health SkillBridge intern to join the HDO Health team under the United States Department of Defense DoD-SkillBridge program during the winter of 2022.
About Tom: After joining the Army and a year-long combat deployment to Iraq in 2003-2004 as an Infantry Soldier, Tom went to Special Forces Assessment and Selection in 2005. He was selected to attend the Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC) to be trained as a Special Forces Medical Sergeant. Tom graduated from SFQC in 2008 and spent the next 12 years deploying to combat zones and non-combat missions to train, advise, and assist all over Asia as a Green Beret Medic. Tom has worked in many American and foreign medical centers, sometimes as the only provider of care and assistance to hundreds of people.
During that time, Tom has earned numerous awards and qualifications, including two Bronze Star Medals, Special Forces Sniper Course Level 1, and Military Freefall Jumpmaster. Tom has served in many senior positions, including company and battalion (~500 Soldiers), senior medical sergeant, and Special Forces Team Sergeant. Tom volunteered for Special Operations Training Detachment at Fort Polk starting January 2020 to spend his last three years in the military observing, coaching, and training Special Operations companies that come to train at Fort Polk, as well as prepare for transition into the civilian world. Tom finished his MBA from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in early December 2022 and accepted a healthcare administration fellowship at Summit Healthcare in Show Low, Arizona.
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Anna Ferris was HDO Health's second SkillBridge intern as an Army Nurse Captain based out of Fort Bliss, Texas.
She transitioned from a six-year active-duty military career in the Army Nurse Corps to the civilian sector in the summer of 2023. Anna is a three-and-a-half-year Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarship Recipient and Distinguished Military Graduate of the University of North Dakota. She received her commission into the Army Nurse Corps upon completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a Minor in Military Science. Before interning with HDO Health, Anna concluded work as a Board Certified Inpatient Behavioral Health Nurse and Interim Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit (IBHU) Supervisory Nurse Clinical Nurse Officer in Charge (CNOIC) at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC)(2019-2023). Her previous duties and assignments include: WBAMC Medical and Behavioral Restraint Trainer Officer in Charge (2021-2023), Fort Bliss, TX; Defense Health Agency Telehealth WBAMC Nurse Liaison (2022), Fort Bliss, TX; COVID-19 Medical-Surgical Augmenting Nurse (2020-2022), WBAMC, Fort Bliss, TX; Influenza Vaccination Campaign Manager (2021), Fort Bliss, TX; Interim Peripheral Vascular Clinic Nurse Manager (2021), WBAMC, Fort Bliss, TX; and Medical-Surgical Nurse on a specialized medical-surgical, oncology, and palliative care unit (2017-2019), Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC) Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM), WA. Anna's Army education includes the AMEDD Basic Officer Leadership Course in 2017, Clinical Nurse Transition Program (CNTP) in 2017, U.S. Army Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Course (Honor Graduate) in 2019, and the Army Nurse Case Manager Course in 2021.
Anna returned remotely to the University of North Dakota for graduate school and expects to obtain her Master of Science in Nursing as an advanced practice nurse after completing her time on active duty. While attending school, she will work part-time in Patuxent River, Maryland and Huntsville, Alabama, for her business Hope Box Photography in addition to working PRN as a registered nurse.
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