As a Student Intern in the Patient Administration Division I worked in numerous departments. The first department I worked in was Births & Decedent Affairs. In B & D Affairs I created a basic flowchart showing the process of generating a birth certificate, reviewed an SOP for deaths, called patients daily to verify that their protected health information was correct, and created death folders for people who had a death in the family. The second department I volunteered at was the Outpatient Medical Records Department/(ROPHIs) Release of Private Health Information. There I was able to help retire active duty soldiers, their families, and the retirees records. I also observed how my co-workers utilized the Essentris system to pull up patients records from earlier years. The last department I worked in was the Inpatient Medical Records Department/Transcription. My duties were to organize ambulatory procedure visit (APVs) records, inpatient treatment records (ITRs), and retiree records by a specific color. I had to file and retire fetal monitors by the (FMP) family medical prefix # and by the color of the file jacket. Lastly, I constructed patients file jackets using the last four of their sponsors SSN.