The transition from training to professional nursing practice can sometimes be challenging. The one-year BSN Residency program provides support to new graduate nurses with special emphasis on critical thinking skills, leadership abilities, communication skills, research-based practice, patient safety and professional career development. Clinical staff nurses who are recent graduates of baccalaureate nursing programs are eligible.
The Magnet Commission and the Institute of Medicine/Future of Nursing recommends BSN staff at the bedside. University Health vigorously supports this recommendation by hiring only BSN-prepared staff and providing tuition reimbursement and scholarships for existing staff to earn their BSN or MSN.
University Health System understands the importance of fully utilizing the knowledge and skills of nurses in professional practice. As a nurse at University Health, your unique talents, skills and knowledge are recognized and rewarded. A clinical “ladder” – or defined steps for advancement – are based on experience, education, certifications and other indicators of professional excellence.
University Health System supports recommendations from the Institute of Medicine/Future of Nursing, and Magnet Commission for nurses to obtain a baccalaureate degree. Tuition reimbursement, scholarships and coaching/mentoring programs are just a few of the ways University helps nurses today become the best informed and trained nurses of tomorrow.
Nurses who are part of the float pool have flexible schedules, work in multiple locations, earn competitive wages and benefit from a great work environment. See if you’re qualified and apply.
There is a critical shortage of highly trained nurses. You can help. Scholarships help a student today become the nurse we need tomorrow. Through University Health System Foundation, individuals and businesses can invest in the future of nursing. Pledge your financial support today.