RN Resident (Registered Nurse) - Intermediate Care Unit (February Cohort)
Location: Round Rock
Posted on: November 11, 2018
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POSITION SUMMARY: The Graduate Nurse Resident is a registered nurse participating in a specified training program which is standardized based on area of specialization. The training includes orientation, combined with unit based, precepted clinical experiences and didactic instruction. The Graduate Nurse Resident is under the direct supervision of their Preceptor and Supervisor Nursing Unit. According to hospital policies and procedures, by the direction of their Preceptor, the Resident assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates nursing care for assigned patients.
Immersion Residency: Details
10 to 13 weeks (depending on specialty):
- Initial three week on-boarding, including Nursing Orientation, Immersion Orientation, education, and initial unit on-boarding
- Remaining 7 to 10 weeks structured to allow the majority of time to be spent on the unit of hire, with a trained preceptor
- Specialty education with clinical experts as well as general clinical development
Specialties include, but are not limited to:
Medical/Surgical, Critical Care (ICU/IMC/PCU) Rehabilitation, Emergency, Oncology, Labor and Delivery, Bone Marrow Transplant, Postpartum, Neurology, Neonatal, Intensive Care, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Telemetry, Surgical Services
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