New Graduate Registered Nurse RN Program
Good Samaritan Medical Center
New Graduate Registered Nurse Program
The New Graduate RN Program at Good Samaritan Medical Center is a highly respected and competitive program. This program supports transition from academia to professional nursing practice through education, clinical experiences and professional development.
- Please apply directly on our website using the apply link below. Please make sure to include your updated resume.
- If you are seeing this posting outside our website, please click here to apply: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/cs/steward/#/job/87227
- Managers will review applications, and then we will reach out directly to those we would like to interview for the program
- For those chosen, interviews will be held in-person the week of July 11th
If you are chosen for an interview, you will need to provide the following portfolio documents no later than Friday, July 8th:
- One-page essay response to the following question:
- What does “teamwork” on a nursing floor look like to you?
- Three letters of recommendation
- Nursing Transcripts
- BLS Certification
Please email your portfolio documents to:
Program Overview & Details:
- The New Grad Program runs August 22-November 5
- This 11-week program will be 32-40 hrs per week, paid, benefit-ineligible. Shifts may vary.
- Participants will be in Med/Surg & Cardiac Telemetry Units
- All New Grads will be offered RN MNA positions at GSMC following completion of the program.
- Must have current MA RN license on or before August 19th
- Participants must commit to attend the entire program.
The Registered Nurse (New Grad) assumes full and ultimate responsibility for the quality of nursing care she/he provides to individuals and groups. Included in such responsibility is health maintenance, teaching, counseling, collaborative planning and restoration of optimal functioning and comfort or for the dignified death of those they serve. The registered nurse, within the parameters of his/her generic and continuing education experience, may delegate nursing activities to other registered nurses and/or health care personnel, provided that the delegating registered nurse shall bear full and ultimate responsibility for the patient outcomes. Performs other duties as assigned
- Requires BSN or an ADN currently enrolled in a BSN program
- Requires current MA RN license
- Requires BLS Certification
- Requires Successful completion of Standard Med test
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in the English language
- Ability to complete mathematical computations required to perform treatment protocols
- Excellent assessment skills, clinical skills and organizational skills and charge capabilities
- Ability to lift, transfer and move patients