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Guthrie Scholars Premedical Internship 

Guthrie is a healthcare organization serving the Southern Tier of NY and Northern Tier of PA. It runs the Guthrie Medical Group, four hospitals, including Robert Packer Hospital, over twenty clinics, and several other assets that are crucial to the delivery of healthcare to the region.

The Guthrie Scholars Premedical Internship takes place in-residence at The Guthrie Clinic and Robert Packer Hospital campus (about 40 miles west of Binghamton University), located in Sayre, PA. The facility is a 254-bed teaching hospital with a Level II Trauma center, a new Intensive Care Unit, a clinical skills lab, and a full range of other diagnostic, medical, and surgical services.

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 Robert Packer Hospital:

Demographic Data Sheet Form (application): /scholars/resources/Guthrie%20%20Demographics%20Form.docx


       Program Description – Part I
       Opportunities at the Guthrie Clinic and Robert Packer Hospital


      Program Description – Part II

       Academic Requirements and Applying to the Program


       Credit Granted:

             Credit Granted (by major)


        Program Description - Part III

             Syllabus and Assignments    


        Financial Aid Considerations:

If you are eligible for the Excelsior Scholarship and/or any other scholarships you should immediately contact Binghamton's Office of Financial Aid to determine if the Guthrie Internship might have an impact on your awards.  If you are told that there will be an impact or your receive a letter that your credit hours for a Scholars course or departmental course related to your Guthrie Internship are not included toward your status as a full-time student, and therefore you will not be receiving the scholarship; PLEASE DO NOT PANIC.  Take a screenshot of the letter and immediately email it to Katherine Bouman ( We can usually resolve this problem within 24 hours and without impacting your course schedule or scholarships. Remember, CONTACT KATHERINE IMMEDIATELY!


Last Updated: 3/25/20