Graduate Nurse Residency Program
The Methodist Healthcare New Graduate Nurse Residency Program is focused on the application of nursing knowledge and skills needed for fluency in transitioning to nursing practice in the respective settings. The programs include clinical practicum with an assigned qualified preceptor and systematic instruction.
Methodist Healthcare consists of 8 acute care hospitals and 14 other healthcare facilities. Our commitment to careers begins with providing you the tools and opportunities you need to excel. By providing you unsurpassed educational opportunities, the latest technology, and state-of-the-art facilities Methodist Healthcare strives to keep employees moving in the right direction
Residency Programs offered:
- Critical & Monitored Care Nursing
- Medical – Surgical Nursing
- Newborn Intensive Care Nursing
- Labor & Delivery Nursing
- Telemetry/Intermediate Care Nursing
- Pediatric & Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing
- Perioperative Nursing (available to both experienced and newly licensed RNs)
Preceptor-led clinical practicums facilitate development and verification of proficiency in entry level and critical thinking skills necessary for safe care. Residents are introduced to Methodist Healthcare philosophy, interact with members of the healthcare team and become knowledgeable of policies, procedures and regulatory requirements related to clinical practice. Find more information here. Or contact Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Methodist Healthcare offers six Residency Programs in the Winter, Spring, Summer I & II and Fall I & II.
*All applicants will receive an email invitation to attend our Meet & Greet events and have the opportunity to meet Directors for on the spot interviews.
**Denotes the Spring, Summer II & Fall II Residency Classes for off-cycle graduates.
Attendance at the Meet & Greets is highly encouraged as the majority of hiring decisions are made at this event. You do not need to have your GN permit or RN License to apply. However, in order to participate in the residency, we must be able to verify your GN permit on the Texas Board of Nursing website prior to the start of the residency.
Important Note: Job offers for the Residency programs will vary according to business need. There will be only one start date per residency in 2017. All specialty areas will start on same day, but length of residency will vary depending on specialty.
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