Memorial Health System
New Nurse Graduates

Transitioning to Success: Nurturing Our Graduate Nurses

Memorial Health System's New Graduate Nurse Program is designed to provide a supportive environment that enables you, our newly graduated nurses, to build on your undergraduate nursing education and clinical competencies. We offer a wide range of opportunities to meet the needs of all of our new nurse graduates-from medical-surgical nursing to specialty areas, like our emergency department.

Our program offers a robust curriculum, consisting of both classroom-based sessions and supervised, hands-on experiences to help build your knowledge base and effective decision-making skills. In addition, you will have a preceptor to guide you, answer questions, provide support, and help refine your skills. A mentor will be matched with you to provide the social and emotional support you will need to grow.

As a new nursing professional, you will participate in a comprehensive program that includes a series of learning sessions and work experiences.

Program Details:

  • 10 weeks of general and specialty nursing experiences
  • A customized unit specific orientation following the program
  • Clinical and interdisciplinary experiences
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Paid staff nurse position
  • Peer group support
  • Support from mentors
  • Weekly sessions featuring both classroom and simulation based content
  • Advantages of Our Nursing Graduate Program:

  • Enhances communication within the interdisciplinary team
  • Enhances critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Increases comfort in handling of emergency/critical situations
  • Increases confidence in skills
  • Transitions from advanced beginner to competent professional
  • For More Information:

    Please contact Barbara Tuell, MSN, RN, educational services specialist, at (740) 568-4760 or btuell@mhsystem.org. Apply today! Visit www.mhsystem.org/findajob and search for the New Graduate Registered Nurse position.