Transitioning to Success: Nurturing Our Graduate Nurses
Memorial Health System's New Graduate Nurse Program is designed to provide a supportive environment that enables you, our newly graduated nurses, to build on your undergraduate nursing education and clinical competencies. We offer a wide range of opportunities to meet the needs of all of our new nurse graduates-from medical-surgical nursing to specialty areas, like our emergency department.
Our program offers a robust curriculum, consisting of both classroom-based sessions and supervised, hands-on experiences to help build your knowledge base and effective decision-making skills. In addition, you will have a preceptor to guide you, answer questions, provide support, and help refine your skills. A mentor will be matched with you to provide the social and emotional support you will need to grow.
As a new nursing professional, you will participate in a comprehensive program that includes a series of learning sessions and work experiences.
Program Details: 10 weeks of general and specialty nursing experiences A customized unit specific orientation following the program Clinical and interdisciplinary experiences Ongoing professional development Paid staff nurse position Peer group support Support from mentors Weekly sessions featuring both classroom and simulation based content
Advantages of Our Nursing Graduate Program: Enhances communication within the interdisciplinary team Enhances critical thinking and problem solving skills Increases comfort in handling of emergency/critical situations Increases confidence in skills Transitions from advanced beginner to competent professional
For More Information:
Please contact Barbara Tuell, MSN, RN, educational services specialist, at (740) 568-4760 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply today! Visit www.mhsystem.org/findajob and search for the New Graduate Registered Nurse position.