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New Graduate Program at Abrazo

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by Eish Eish (New Member) New Member

Eish works as a Molecular Profiling Client Specialist.

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hello everyone:

i've been lurking for sometime now- trying to figure out if nursing is what i really want to get into. i've been looking at what some of your experiences have been, students and working rns alike and its been a very valuable tool for me. i think about you ladies/ guys all the time so when i ran across this, i had to post it- even though you all probably know about it.

jobing description

abrazo healthcare if offering a new grad development program for nurses who have passed nclex but have not worked professionally as an rn. the rns hired into this new grad program will be hired as a staff nurse in one of our five facilities upon successful completion of the training program. the program will begin at the end of september and is a 12 to 16 week program depending on area of specialization. the training will include orientation on the nursing floor, in classroom and in a simulation lab. come join a growing organization and work for abrazo!


skills / requirements

registered nurse with current az nursing license, bsn perferredcpr certificationdemonstrated organization and time management skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasksexcellent interpersonal skills, customer service delivery skillsexcellent experience leading and facilitating a wide variety of diverse patient groups requiredability to assess needs, identify problems, explore alternatives and implement solutionsdemonstrated ability to work independently and make decisions in accordance with hospital policy and governmental regulations.knowledge of basic computer operations and use of word processing softwareability to use audio/visual equipment, telephone and other clinical equipment for patient teaching

here's the link... (if it still works)

new grad development program job | abrazo health care

i hope this helps someone!

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