Nurse Residency Programs - page 5
Hey all. I'm trying to put together a list of hospitals that offer nurse residency programs for new graduates. Here is what I have so far, please add any hospitals that you know of.. Seton... Read More
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0Oct 20, '11 by Silvana RNI'm trying to use the link... but it says that doesn't work...
Do u have another link beside this?
Here is a list of hospital facilities that use Versant RN Residency Program:
0Dec 2, '11 by my1lifeStanford University Hospital, Palo Alto, CA has a one year program. Also, childrens hosp at stanford.
0Dec 2, '11 by PMFB-RNQuote from lisahb13Central Wisconsin.PMFB-RN,
Where is your RN residency program located?
0Quote from IrynaHi IrynaHi ! am looking for the RN residency program in seattle( WA) and area .. so far no success ... I am not gonna give up but slowly loosing my hope ... looks like many hospitals shut down that program( Evergreen Hospital , Northwest hospital) and other ones have limited space( UW Medicine , Providence ). Thinking to start looking outside of the state
Im living in WA also,i could say in new here so looking forword to take this opportunity but i know not much,could you please contract me at firstname.lastname@example.org
0Hi anyone know detail about nursing inturnship program in Seattle,WA?
please let me know and share some expercience
0So which hospital or area i could directly contract within Seattle,Washington?
1Mar 28, '12 by rnstudent148Hey all,
I saw this mentioned before but noone really seemed to comment, nor research. I looked into nurseresidencyprograms.com and its legitimate. I found a ton of useful programs on the site. I have been literally scouring the web for certain programs and couldn't find much. This site really does help for all you future RN's out there.
0Mar 30, '12 by LaughingRNQuote from PMFB-RNMy hospital has a 7 month nurse residency for new grads going into speciality units. GNs are hired into specific units by the nurse manager of that unit and then attend the residency program. Except for the SICU all residency position are open to and new grad RN regardless weather they are ADNs, BSNs or direct entry masters. The SICU only hires ADN grads. The units that offer the residency are SICU, MICU, ER, PICU, PACU, NICU, L&D. Those hired are required to sign a 2 year contract that doesn't start until AFTER the 7 month residency. Violation of the contract is a $15K pay off not prorated. It used to be 6K and prorated but so many left after the residency they increased it. Those who finish the residency are in huge demand in this regions hospitals. Some of the hospitals have even paid off the contract in order to hire them.
Residents are full employees of the hospital and are paid at the new grad starting wage with the same benefits as everybody else.
Spots in the residency are very competitive. I am on the interview committee for the SICU and we had 2 spots for the spring 2011 class and got about 40 qualified application and about that many more from unqualified people like those who graduated from BSN programs. We hired two of them. One a 19 year old female and the other a 39 year old male who is a former truck driver. Both had completed a summer internship in the unit and both had very strong ties to the community.
16 other new grads were hired for the residency for the other units
I'm really confused by this. I thought you may have made a mistake the first time, but to state it twice....
you do know the difference between ADN and BSN right?
0Mar 31, '12 by PMFB-RNQuote from LaughingRN*** Wow, I suppose to think I made a mistake is reasonable, but to adopt a condecending attitude and ask if I know the difference? Wow. To answer your question, yes, 12-24 months of part time, online classes.I'm really confused by this. I thought you may have made a mistake the first time, but to state it twice....
you do know the difference between ADN and BSN right?
0Mar 31, '12 by LaughingRNQuote from PMFB-RNThere was no condescending attitude intended.*** Wow, I suppose to think I made a mistake is reasonable, but to adopt a condecending attitude and ask if I know the difference? Wow. To answer your question, yes, 12-24 months of part time, online classes.
I was trying to understand why you kept repeating that a BSN was unqualified when it is a higher degree and more education than an ADN.
I think that the difference is a bit more than 12-24 months of part time, online classes.
Seeing that you sit on the interview committee, I found your statement odd, and perhaps a little insulting to all us BSN RN's who worked hard to get their education.
0Apr 1, '12 by PMFB-RNthere was no condescending attitude intended.
*** i will take you at your word.
i was trying to understand why you kept repeating that a bsn was unqualified when it is a higher degree and more education than an adn.
*** i said the bsn is unqualified for the sicu nurse residency program cause it is. not my decision, and not one i agree with but that's the way it is. there are good reasons for it, but still not the decision i would have made.
i think that the difference is a bit more than 12-24 months of part time, online classes.
*** that's what an rn with an associates degree needs to become and rn with a bsn. lots of people do it in less than a year, i did.
seeing that you sit on the interview committee, i found your statement odd, and perhaps a little insulting to all us bsn rn's who worked hard to get their education.
*** why anyone would be insulted by a statement of fact i can't imagine. i wasn't expressing my opionon.