M.O.O.N. Program (Medical Observation Opportunity Network) The M.O.O.N Program exposes high school students to the profession of being a physician through observation of a physician’s day-to-day life in their practice offices, on inpatient units and in the operating room. Participation Requirements Minimum age of 16 (at time of program start) High School Student (at time of application) Participants may be traveling to different locations throughout the day; a valid driver's license or reliable transportation during program hours (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) is required Completion of program application prior to deadline Program Features Five-day program 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Program agenda may include: - Simulation and Skills Lab - Shadowing Rounds with Physician - Panel Discussion - Graduation Program support provided by Dr. Ryan Moon, MD, St. Elizabeth Physicians, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Perioperative Institute, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Medical Affairs, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Human Resources, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Volunteer Services. Upcoming Program Dates Summer 2020 Applications will be available beginning March 1, 2020.