The Nurse Residency Program at Williamson Medical Center is designed to support your transition as a new graduate nurse to the bedside nursing practice. The education and support you receive will help you continue to develop your skills while using research-based evidence linked to positive outcomes. The 12-month program requires a 24-month commitment from the date of program entry.
In your first year, the program design aims for you to:
- Build on your skills related to clinical judgment and performance.
- Provide clinical nursing leadership at the point of care.
- Strengthen your commitment to nursing as a professional career choice.
- Create an individual development plan for your new clinical role.
- Provide care using research-based evidence linked to positive outcomes.
The program curriculum provides an array of learning opportunities with skill development.
- Classroom orientation training
- Rotation to ancillary departments
- Individualized three-month preceptorship
- Monthly seminars covering subjects related to leadership, quality outcomes and professional roles
- Progression surveys
The Nurse Residency Program is usually offered 2-3 times per year.
- Fall (if available)
Eligibility to apply to the program requires meeting one of the following:
- A nursing student with an expected graduation date in the semester immediately prior to the start of the Nurse Resident Program.
- A nursing school graduate with less than one year of nursing experience.
- It is recommended to apply at the beginning of the last semester before graduation.
- Applications are accepted continuously on the WMC careers page.
- Panel interviews are conducted for the selection process.
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