All the Nurse Residency Programs you ever wanted - page 2
First time on here, starting a new thread 4 those just graduated and want expereince in a Nurse Residency Program. Most offer 1 year long residency programs for new grads. These Residency Programs... Read More
0Aug 12, '10 by BluegrassRNQuote from senyalessNo. You have to pass the NCLEX to practice in the US. The hospitals will not even consider you if you have not passed it.do these hospitals accept foreign rn's who had not sitted nclex?
0Feb 11, '11 by GilbertAzRNAbrazo Health Care System in Arizona has a 3 months (6 months for ICU) nurse residency program called: New Graduate Development Program. They only accept BSN new grads who have passed NCLEX. There were 400 applicants for 32 positions in January. They have 3 programs each year.
32-35 total new grad positions in Six Hospitals in Phoenix:
Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Arizona Heart Hospital
Paradise Valley Hospital
1Feb 11, '11 by CuriousMeQuote from creative scholarI thought that Stony Brook University Medical Center was in Stony Brook....have they opened up a new hospital in Deer Park?First time on here, starting a new thread 4 those just graduated and want expereince in a Nurse Residency Program. Most offer 1 year long residency programs for new grads.
These Residency Programs are sponsored by the UHC/AACN (University Health Systems Consortium) American Assocaition of Colleges of Nursing)
www.aacn.nche.edu/Education/nurseresidency.htm click on "Schools of Nurisng Participating in Residency Programs" or go to aacn.nche.edu/education/pdfINRFlyer.pdf but in case all that doesnt work, indulge yourself with the list below.
NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAMS
U. Medical Center- Arizona
U. of Colorado Hospital
U. of Kentucky Hospital
NYU Langone Med. Center
U. of Pennslyvania Hospital
U. of Utah Hospital & Clinics
U. of New Mexico- Alberquerque
U. Of Kansas Medical Center
U. of Texas Medical Branch- Galveston
Stony Brook U. Hospital Deer Park , NY
Hope this helps yall in your search.
0Mar 21, '11 by student002This is a very specific question but maybe someone could help. I am looking for information about the ER nurse residency program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospitals, New York. I cant find any information online. Does anyone happen to know?
0Mar 21, '11 by Not_A_Hat_Person, RNDo any of them accept current nurses who have never worked in a hospital but want to transition to acute care?
0Apr 2, '11 by smash25Can anyone please tell me that how does the residency program look like? I mean how many hours per week? are all the hours in the mornings or it includes some night duties too?
I am one semester away from graduating. After that I will take state boards some where in August. Can you get residency before passing the NCLEX?
I would appreciate any input.....thanks!
0May 24, '11 by mt2544Thanks very much for the helpful list. Looking for work is such a time consuming task; I would much rather be putting that time into studying for the NCLEX.
1Jun 23, '11 by Persephone001Awesome thread! I have been spending hours on the net trying to find this kind of information. Alot of the residency programs I have found seem to be only for bsn's. I am hoping to find a NICU position and am willing to re-locate, although I would prefer to stay in the southern ky, northern tenn area.
0Jul 24, '11 by yesicandothisWhat exactly is a nursing residency program? Are the programs a way to gain experience in the nursing field as a new graduate? Also, does any one know of any nursing residency programs in Minnesota? And last question (sorry), when do you apply for them? Thanks!
0Jul 26, '11 by melcah28Quote from rigsHI rigs,,I also Graduated last 2008,and recently passed the NCLEX , are you now working in a hospital? need some tips..thanksdoes the RN Residency accept foreign grads? i graduated, march 2008. just passed the nclex this month.
1Sep 29, '11 by OK NurseQuote from persephone001do i call myself a new grad anymore? i graduated in december 2010, which feels ages ago! i found a doctor who would train me in medical aesthetics... can you believe it? well, my pay is terrrible and i cannot wait to get into the hospital! after building my resume with some quality "add-ons", i hope to be more attractive to the winter 2011/2012 employers. i had a spreadsheet with the various new grad programs (and of course a call log) but was so frustrated in my search / website visiting that i decided to make one myself. [color=#417394]hopefully, one stop place for new grad rn program news will be helpful!awesome thread! i have been spending hours on the net trying to find this kind of information. alot of the residency programs i have found seem to be only for bsn's. i am hoping to find a nicu position and am willing to re-locate, although i would prefer to stay in the southern ky, northern tenn area.Last edit by tnbutterfly on Oct 6, '11 : Reason: Please do not post link to personal blog
0Nov 17, '11 by rich_rn_xyThere are actually many more, these are part of a consortium. Massachusetts had 10 at one time though none are on this list. Many are not active this year due to the economy (2011). Good luck to all the job hunters!