The nursing residency program at Memorial University Medical Center is designed to develop the professional nurse. New graduates begin the year-long program with a validation of skills and documentation training. Each month's didactic focuses on a specific area of professional nursing development, from evidence-based practice to ethics and end-of-life issues. Upon completion of the program, the nurse is prepared to be a professional, compassionate caregiver.
We offer two nursing residency sessions each year -- one for winter graduates and one for spring graduates. The application process for 2013 winter graduates is closed and the residency will begin in February. Check this page regularly for information about the 2014 residency program for spring graduates.