The New Graduate Registered Nurse (RN) Residency Program is an evidence-based and structured program built upon a competency-based framework, designed to address the challenges faced by newly licensed RNs as they make transition to professional practice. This program helps to effectively close the academic-to-practice gap so that we can retain safe, competent, and confident nurses who are prepared to continue their professional growth.
The New Graduate RN Residency Program is a full-time employment opportunity that requires a two-year commitment. The program is 12 months, beginning with 9-10 weeks of intensive clinical practice, followed by ongoing monthly sessions designed to build upon what the nurse resident is experiencing in clinical practice.
We provide a cohort experience to allow for support, shared experiences, reflective practice opportunities and socialization as new graduate RNs acclimate to their professional role. Support is also provided by preceptors, unit leadership and educators during the program.
Requirements to qualify for the New Graduate RN Residency Program:
Interested in applying for our RN residency program? Submit your application through our career portal.
We offer a variety of educational opportunities and resources to support the continuous learning needs and professional development of our nurses: