For HIPAA it comes down to "Least Permissions Necessary". Does the intern NEED access to patient information? If no, then you only allow permissions to systems and areas that are PHI free. If the answer is yes, then make sure whatever they are accessing has the least amount of permissions to accomplish their assigned tasks/duties. You will also want to do some risk assessment and note any mitigations where risk is increased. Give the intern the same trainings anyone else on your staff has to have. Make sure they sign any compliance or Acceptable Use Policies that are in place. Working with any end users in a healthcare setting presents some kind of exposure to PHI, you log on to a remote session where they have PHI on the screen - they should probably have exited or minimized applications with the information but sometimes they "forget". If you can't mitigate the risk to acceptable levels, you will have your answer. Otherwise, if you really want to train them on working in IT in a Healthcare setting, you will have to realize some access may be unavoidable and you need to put policies and procedures in place to keep PHI safe.
Working in a healthcare setting and wondering if I bring on interns could that violate any HIPPA policy's.