• Arya EHR

Interns are wizards at finding solutions to improve our electronic medical records (EMR).


Do you know how to quickly transcribe the audio from a 45 minute podcast? How about how to quality test a Saas software platform with multiple web browsers trying to break the system in order to improve it for your customers? Do you know how to convert 1000s of lines of web data stored in PDFs into Excel and then formatted into a usable table? How about how to complete an RFP for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for a new health care software implementation?


These are just a few of the many many things that our Arya Health summer interns have figured out and delivered for our electronic medical records platform (Arya EHR). We are continually impressed at the ingenuity, resourcefulness, determination and autonomy that these individuals show us each year. Anyone who underestimates our next generation of professionals is missing out on an opportunity to get ideas and solutions from those with completely different viewpoints and past experiences. Some of the best answers to our problems and new ideas have come from our Arya Health interns. So, we want to highlight our batch of the brightest and best upcoming graduates that are working with us this year.


Meet the Interns

Ahmed Kilani

Ahmed is a student at George Brown College, School of Computer Technology - Arts, Design & Information Technology Center. He is in his final semester of a post graduate certificate program in Health Informatics.

1. Why did you choose to work for Arya?

I got to know about this internship opportunity through my college instructor. I felt that it was a great opportunity since Arya is a company founded by Physicians that has created its own electronic health record and is involved in all aspects of its development. They are also in the process of expanding its services and adding new features.

2. What is your role at Arya?

My role in Arya is a QA/BA analyst which includes duties such as QA testing, QA scripts documentation and requirement documentation.

3. What are you trying to achieve during your time with Arya?

What I am trying to achieve through this internship is to gain experience, knowledge and skills in the development, maintenance and upgrading of Electronic Health Records EHRs, by being involved in various development stages of the current projects.

Ann Elison

Ann is a student at George Brown College, School of Computer Technology - Arts, Design & Information Technology Center. She is also in her final Semester of a post graduate certificate program in Health Informatics.

1. Why did you choose to work for Arya?

I chose to work for Arya for the opportunity to contribute to the enhancement of the users’ experiences when accessing the Arya EHR platform.

2. What is your role at Arya?

At Arya I’ve been working as a QA analyst where I test out the core functionalities in the staging and production phases within the EHR platform. If there are any glitches or issues presented in these phases of the EHR platform, my role is to include a detailed description of the following issues to the developers so they can resolve it immediately. During new releases, I am required to test out all the functionalities of the EHR platform by performing a smoke test which tests out the very basics, starting from logging into the system to accessing health reports from the user perspective. Also, I’ve been assigned additional work where I help the team in the development of QA scripts, digitizing forms, answering customer inquiries through Intercom and contributing to the requirements for new modules like the Patient Portal module that is slowly under the development stages.


3. What are you trying to achieve during your time with Arya?

During my time with Arya, I’d like to collaborate with the team by assisting in multiple projects so I can acquire experience in various domains such as data migration, QA testing, client support and building up on strategic business analysis skills that will help me progress in my career moving forward.

Sergey Lukyanovich

Sergey is a student at Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Business Management - Law and Business Major with an Ethics Minor. He is in his final year of a bachelor's of commerce.

1. Why did you choose to work for Arya?

I chose to work at Arya because I believe in their mission and their product. I connected very easily with the team during the interview stages and their company culture impressed me.

2. What is your role at Arya?

My role at Arya is to support and develop the sales lead funnel, ideate and write blog posts, manage customer correspondence campaigns and to pursue and develop marketing campaigns. I am also responsible for preparing lead lists and doing investigative work for marketing, and sales.

3. What are you trying to achieve during your time with Arya?

I am looking to grow as an individual and as a professional through this opportunity by getting out of my comfort zone and trying new things. I want to learn about the healthcare industry and use my existing law and business skills to help Arya meet its business goals.

Syamala Swathi Perubhotla


Syamala is a student at George Brown College, School of Computer Technology - Arts, Design & Information Technology Center. She is also in her final semester of a post graduate certificate program in Health Informatics.



1. Why did you choose to work for Arya?

I chose to work for Arya as I have previous experience working on various EMR/EHR projects and in healthcare administration. Arya provides me the opportunity to have greater exposure and experience in the Canadian market.


2. What is your role at Arya?

I am currently performing the role of QA testing intern as well as Business analyst role helping with documentation.


3. What are you trying to achieve during your time with Arya?

I am trying to gain in depth knowledge of various phases of the test environment and the concepts of budget planning, data migration, etc., during my tenure with Arya.


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With half of their summer internship completed, these individuals have already completed a variety of projects that have helped move our medical records software forward. These interns are crucial towards Arya’s continued success and we appreciate their passion, commitment and excitement that they bring to work every single day. Thank you all for your dedication and support and we look forward to seeing your careers grow in the future.


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