An internship in community health care with the Meadville Medical Center (MMC). Using the academic and practical foundation provided in INTDS 230, interns work as "health coaches" in the local community under the guidance of MMC health care professionals. Through in-home visits or telephone interactions, health coaches work to educate and motivate at-risk patients to take an active and meaningful role in their health and well-being. Interns also participate in weekly meetings with MMC health care teams for case presentations, discussions, and planning. Not open to first-year students. Credit: Two semester hours. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: INTDS*230 and permission of the instructor. Distribution Requirements: None.