We pride ourselves in offering quality education and a nurturing environment for the new graduate transitioning from the role of student nurse to the role of registered nurse and the experienced nurse entering a new clinical specialty.
In addition to a one-on-one clinical preceptorship with an experienced registered nurse, our nurse residents participate in classes on critical thinking, conflict resolution, effective communication, assertiveness training, prioritization, delegation, and teamwork. Nurse Residents in the critical care, cardiovascular and emergency programs participate in critical care classes.
The interviewing process includes a panel interview with nurse leaders in your area of interest and a representative from our Human Resources Department. To be considered for a position in Piedmont Hospital's RN Residency Program, all applicants must meet the following criteria:
The RN Residency Program is offered four times per year.
The RN Residency Program is currently accepting applicants for Critical Care, Cardiovascular Progressive Care and Acute Care (Medical/Surgical).