Spring 2023 New Graduate RN Residency Program-Accepting Associate Degrees
Attention all December 2022, February 2023 and March 2023 Graduates!
Program begins February/March 2023.
Applications will be accepted for the RN New Grad Residency Program from August 9, 2022 through March 2023.
The 12-month transition-to-practice program utilizes the Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program. We offer a series of learning and work experiences designed to assist you as you transition into your first professional role as an RN. The program is designed for newly licensed registered nurse with no prior experience as an RN.
How it works:
Residents participate in the residency program while concurrently completing their unit/department orientation. They attend a four-hour learning session each month and complete and evidence-based practice project by the end of the 12 month residency program. Residents are paid to attend the Nurse Residency Program sessions and attendance is required.
- Support the transition from advanced beginner to competent RN
- Develop effective clinical decision-making
- Provide clinical leadership at the point of care
- Formulate an individual professional development plan
- Incorporate evidence from research into practice
- Strengthen commitment to the nursing profession
- Applications for the Nurse Residency Program are always open, and if hired, your cohort will be determined by your start date.
- For consideration for the Critical Care Units, clinical experience, externships, senior practicums or have taken specific courses as part of the nursing cirriculum is strongly preferred.
We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits!
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Relocation Assistance
- Tuition Reimbursement Program & Student Loan Forgiveness Program
- Referral Program
- Life Insurance
- Pet Insurance
Specialty areas hiring:
- Inpatient Hematology/Oncology
- Ambulatory (Outpatient) Specialties
- Emergency Services
- Medical/Surgical or General Patient Care
- Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
- Cardiac Acute Care Unit
- Transplant Stepdown Unit
- Critical Care (Cardiac ICU, CVICU, Surgical ICU, Neuro ICU, General ICU, Medical ICU)
- Operating Room
- Acute Care Head and Neck
- Long Term Acute Care
Required Licensure: Must have and maintain current licensure as registered nurse with the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON). eNLC (Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact) license may apply, licensee should confirm with GBON.