Nurse Residency Program
The Skagit Regional Health Nurse Residency program was developed to support new graduate nurses as they transition into practice. During the one year program, residents will complete monthly education sessions and follow-up meetings.
Our program for new graduate nurses will help provide foundation and support to begin your nursing career. You will learn through a combination of classroom sessions, simulation and patient experiences with the support of a skilled preceptor. This residency will help you launch your career and gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to navigate the complexity of the healthcare setting.
2023 Program Dates
Cohort 11: January, February and March
Cohort 12: April, May and June
Cohort 13: July, August and September
Cohort 14: October, November and December
The program is a twelve month formal, structured program for post-baccalaureate and associate degree nurses and is part of the Vizient/ AACN Nurse Residency Program model. Each resident will participate in a combination of clinical and monthly education sessions.
- Commitment to participate in the year long program.
- Complete all classroom sessions and program surveys or evaluations.
- Practice professionalism and participate in Skagit Regional Health’s mission and guiding principles.
- Commitment to the organization for 2 years.
To be considered for the Skagit Regional Health Nurse Residency Program, you will need to meet the following criteria:
- Graduation from an accredited nursing program before program start date.
- Less than six months experience.
- Licensed in the state of Washington as a RN before program start date.
Why Skagit Regional Health?
Skagit Regional Health is a healthcare leader in Northwest Washington State, providing advanced technology and high quality, patient-centered care to the people of Skagit, Island and north Snohomish Counties. The providers, clinicians and staff who provide compassionate care to patients in our facilities, live and play in the communities they serve.
The Skagit Regional Health system is diverse and comprehensive, offering a connected continuum of care across the region. The Skagit Regional Health system includes two acute care hospitals and approximately two dozen outpatient clinics.