Nurse Residency Program
Weekly small group meetings
Clinical Coach for the first year of practice
Monthly learning days covering both technical and professional topics
About Our Program
One-year Nurse Residency Program for new graduate nurses
The Nurse Residency program is designed to help new graduate nurses transition from an entry level to a competent, professional nurse who provides excellent patient care. Our program focuses on the development of clinical judgment and critical thinking skills. The Nurse Residency program at HCMC is open to all new graduate nurses hired by the hospital. Therefore, at HCMC, you apply for a job, not a program. New cohorts are started as often as necessary.
The Trauma and Critical Care Series (TRA-CCS) is a monthly, live web-based nursing education series provided by Trauma & Critical Care Services at Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Improve patient outcomes by disseminating the latest trends in trauma, emergency and critical care to nurses and healthcare providers across the region.
Live 3rd Wednesday of the Month from 0730-0830 in RL.110 at Hennepin County Medical Center. The Webcast can be viewed live or via linkage for 4 weeks after the presentation to receive contact hours. Links will be kept open for 6 months for viewing.
Register to have the series sent by email on a monthly or individual session basis sent to your work and/or home e-mail address. A link will be sent week of presentation to the e-mail address provided.
Send new registration information to Karie Pearce at [email protected] or fax:612-904-4245 for this option.
This activity was designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing requirements for 1.2 contact hours (50 Minutes) of continuing nursing education. Certificates will be sent upon completion of a session evaluation and post-test. The Webcast can be viewed after the live cast for 4 weeks for contact hours which will be provided after submission of the completed speaker evaluation and post-test.
What Sets Us Apart?
Level 1 Trauma Center with a variety of nursing specialty areas.
Nurse residents have opportunities to apply to work in a wide variety of specialty areas such as the Burn Unit, Hyperbaric Medicine, NICU and many others.
Nurse Residents will acquire excellent skills by working with patients from a variety of cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Entry into resident program.
All Graduate Nurses who are hired at the hospital or clinics are automatically entered into the Nurse Resident program.
About Our Facility
The main HCMC campus is in downtown Minneapolis. HCMC’s Minneapolis facility spans five city blocks and houses in-patient and ambulatory services, our Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, and numerous specialty clinics. We provide the full spectrum of care for patients, from primary care to hospitalization through rehabilitation.