I agree my mom works at john muir and i plan to work at john muir.....they seem to really take care of their nurses....but you have to be careful the concord and walnut creek campus are very different.....here is a copy of the last email they sent me:
Career advancement initiatives.
Here at John Muir Health, we support your progress from day one. From reimbursement
for the NCLEX Preparatory Course to follow up with a Student Loan Forgiveness
Program. Eligible courses are an AA degree in Nursing, on-site RN-to-BSN and MSN
Programs with an award up to $5,000 a year for a maximum benefit of $15,000. We also
offer up to $15,000 a year with a maximum benefit of $30,000 for a BSN study course.
If you are an ADN looking to get your BSN or MSN, we have lots of supportive
programs for you. We have partnered with CSU Dominquez Hills to offer on-site,
evening classes and CSU East Bay which offers RN-to-BSN programs within 5 miles of
John Muir Medical Center's Walnut Creek campus. To support you financially, we offer
Work Study Programs that provide paid release time while you attend classes, and our
Award Program. Scholarship awards range between $5,000 and $7,500
for those selected to receive an award. All Health System employees are eligible to
apply for our Tuition Reimbursement Program.
For more information about the various RN openings at John Muir, and to apply visit:
The patient care experience.
At John Muir Health you don't just do a nursing internship. You learn and grow with
us and enjoy a rich learning experience. We've extended our Nursing Residency
Program from seven weeks to five months. The newest addition is a two-day Boot Camp
during which new grads participate in a patient simulation station.
If these are the things you're looking for, call:
Barbara Lawler, Nurse Recruiter
John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek campus
Nancy Peterson, Nurse Recruiter
John Muir Medical Center, Concord campus
Ask about our 3rd RN Residency Training Program scheduled for July and August 2007.