03 February 2021
New Graduate RN – NO Experience

New Grad RN Residency Program - Wichita, Kansas
**Program Start Date: March 1, 2021 - Must be hired by February 12, 2021**
RN Residency program for New Graduate Nurses. This paid program will allow new graduates and or experienced nurses to obtain specific training in the Medical Surgical and Intensive Care Unit settings through an intensive 10-12 week training program.
This is a PAID Nurse Residency Program featuring didactic and clinical training. It allows new graduates to transition from the classroom to the acute care setting. The program is ~ 1 year, and it is located in Wichita, KS. Relocation may be offered up to $2500
Part 1: Training ~ 10-12 weeks

  • Didactic training: introduces core curriculum and hospital initiatives
  • Simulation training: reinforces nursing skills learned in the didactic setting
  • Hands on training: application of clinical skill set in assigned department
Part 2: Clinical Preceptorship ~9 months
  • The new Nurse is paired with trained preceptor
  • Monthly resident seminars focused on nursing issues key to quality outcomes
  • Routine check-ins with formal 30-60-90 day reviews by Nursing leadership
  • Completion of evidence-based capstone project and presentation
  • Preceptor and/or Charge Nurse training available
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing - ASN  or BSN (School MUST be accredited)
  • Current license in the State of Kansas as a Registered Nurse 
  • BLS is needed to start 
 Information about living in Wichita:
  • Paying for less doesn’t mean settling for less.  Living in Wichita means enjoying a high quality of life at an affordable cost. 
  • Discover a city where commutes are short, housing costs are low and possibilities are endless. 
  • Lifestyles range from downtown lofts to sublime suburbia.
  • Arts and Culture are rich in Wichita with more than 30 museums and cultural art 
  • Outdoor activities include over 100 miles of bike paths, parks and paddle boarding/kayaking  in the Arkansas and Little Arkansas rivers. 
 **Program Start Date: March 1, 2021 - Must be hired by February 12, 2021**