Nurse Residency Program Mixer
Hosted By: Cartersville Medical Center
Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 4 PM - 7 PM
The City Cellar & Loft, 110 S. Museum Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120
New nursing graduates and those expecting to graduate in December or May will have an opportunity to learn more about the HCA Nurse Residency Program and how to apply for the next residency cohort at a mixer event on Tuesday, December 11, from 4 until 7 p.m. at the City Cellar Loft in Cartersville.
The full-time, entry-level nurse residency leverages the expertise of Cartersville Medical Center’s nurses, who support the nurse residents as they transition from being a student to professional nurse. During the 12-month program, nurse residents complete a comprehensive curriculum that includes on-site immersion, mentoring and coaching, classroom and simulation learning, networking, career progression pathway planning and a collaborative evidence-based practice project.
Nurse resident positions at Cartersville Medical Center are currently available in units including critical care, emergency, medical-surgical and progressive care.
In addition to Cartersville Medical Center nursing leadership, a current nurse resident will be on hand at the event to answer questions from the perspective of a recent nursing school graduate.
The drop-in event will also include refreshments and door prizes. Registration is not required, although the event is posted on Facebook as Nurse Residency Program Mixer
and there is an option for guests to respond as “Interested” or “Going”.
For more information about the Nurse Residency Program, visit HCA TriStar Nurse Residency
About Cartersville Medical Center
Cartersville Medical Center is a 119-bed acute care hospital, Chest Pain Center, Certified Primary Stroke Center, Level III Trauma Center, Certified Total Joint program and Gold Seal Inpatient Diabetes program accredited by the Joint Commission. The Breast Imaging Center at The Women’s Center provides mammography services that are gold seal accredited by the American College of Radiology. The Hope Center, a regional, Commission on Cancer approved cancer treatment facility, is conveniently located on the hospital campus and provides over 4,000 treatments with over 300 new patients per year from a ten county region.
For more information about programs and services offered at Cartersville Medical Center or The Hope Center, call MedLine at (800) 242-5662 or visit www.cartersvillemedical.com
About HCA Nurse Residency at TriStar Division
Part of the evidence-based HCA Nurse Residency, the TriStar Division program is a year-long, intentionally planned and delivered curriculum focusing on the development of clinical skills and nursing professional development. The program supports nurse residents through the use of trained preceptors and mentors. Nurse residents participate in focused residency events throughout the first year of hire, including: orientation and onboarding, monthly educational sessions, an evidence-based capstone project and recognition ceremony. The HCA Nurse Residency at TriStar Division offers two cohorts annually with opportunities in 22 hospitals located in Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Learn more about becoming an HCA Nurse Resident at TriStar Division at HCATriStarNurseResidency.com