We have many programs in place to help you transition into healthcare and into Novant Health.
Novant Health's RN new grad residency/internship program will allow new graduate RNs time to gradually assume the duties and responsibilities that accompany the nursing role. The New Grad Residency is a comprehensive, 12 month program designated to transition the new graduate nurse into a professional practice through interactive learning sessions, a guided preceptorship, compassionate mentors, socialization opportunities, and a personal development plan.
Additional details are as follows:
Applicants MUST complete the online application ENTIRELY and attach a resume that includes only ONE of the following specialty tracks:
- Behavioral Health
- Critical Care
- Emergency Services
- Perioperative Services
- Women's Health
- Medical Surgical
Resumes should also include desired Novant Health facilities.
If resumes are not complete with this information, your application will not be accepted. Novant Health facilities are as follows:
- Greater Winston-Salem market
Forsyth Medical Center
Kernersville Medical Center
Medical Park Hospital
Rowan Medical Center
Thomasville Medical Center
- Clemmons Medical Center
- Greater Charlotte market
Presbyterian Medical Center
Matthews Medical Center
Charlotte Orthopedic Hospital
Huntersville Medical Center
RN new grads must apply through the RN new grad residency/internship job opening ID to be considered for a position. Applicants that apply for any other RN position listed will have their application rejected.
Greater Winston Salem market - Job opening ID# 182371
Greater Charlotte market - Job opening ID# 182369
Applicants that receive offers for the Residency must have a valid RN license and current CPR certification before the start of the orientation.
SNAP - The Student Nurse Apprentice Program
The SNAP program is designed to enable students to gain clinical experience by participating in multiple clinical skill experiences, thereby allowing the development of nursing skill sets which will prepare the student to ultimately perform at a higher level of nursing practice.
SNAP is a 10 week summer program that will run from May 22nd through August 5th of 2017. This program allows rising senior or senior nursing students ONLY to work with registered nurses or independently as a nursing assistant II during the summer prior to graduation. Participants must be certified as a NAI and NAII with the NCBON.
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