New Grad RN Residency Program
Five different tracks are available to help you prepare for a successful career in your preferred specialty. Initial classes, such as Medication Management and Responding to Emergencies, are appropriate for all new graduates. Learning activities for the specific track follow throughout the next weeks:
- Behavioral Care
Group dynamics, milieu management, therapeutic communication, holistic nursing care
- Emergency Nursing
Emergency Nurses Association training modules, arrhythmiastudies, advanced cardiac life support classes
American Association of Critical Care Nurses modules, plus classes for interpreting and advanced cardiac life support
- Maternity Nursing
Infant assessment, high risk maternity and antepartum factors, alternative labor choices, rotation through Labor/Delivery, Post-Partum and Nursery
- Medical Surgical
Interpreting lab values, and exposure to various disease conditions and diagnosis (diabetes, delirium,cardiac, renal, orthopedics and oncology)
To be considered for the "Transition to Practice" Residency Program, please submit an online application for our currently posted position(s) in your area of interest. Graduate nurses who accept an offer of employment from Community Health Network are automatically admitted into the Program.
Residents who have not worked at any of the Community Hospitals will first have instruction and lab competency assessments preparing them to provide unlicensed care to patients. As the new nurse passes NCLEX, his/her assignments for patient care will progress to include the RN Role.
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