The Georgetown and WHC program has been discontinued for future classes probably related to sequestration and budget cuts. However, the hospital will complete it's commitment to current classes. You can switch units after you are hired, although there are certain criteria you have to meet before you can switch and you most likely won't be able to switch until a year and a half after you are hired. Furthermore, in order to switch, you will have to do a bridge program. If you do a bridge program i.e. bridge to ICU, ED, PACU, LD, NICU etc., this will add another year of commitment to WHC. So if you start off with floor nursing and switch to to ICU or NICU halfway through your commitment, you'll have a total of 4 years commitment to working for WHC because you can not fulfill work commitments concurrently. If you do the bridge program and leave before your commitment is up, then you will owe the hospital 5,000 leaving. If you don't plan on leaving or breaking your contract, then you have nothing to worry about. Just read your contract closely when they send it to you and make sure you agree to all the terms. Hope this helps.