Nurse Residency Program
The nurse residency program will help prepare new registered nurse graduates throughout their first year working at Owensboro Health to provide the highest quality care as they integrate into one of the leading healthcare providers in the region.
- Role Transition - Nurse Residency meets weekly during the orientation period for six 8-hour sessions which include didactic content, case studies, and simulation. Topics include (but are not limited to) cardiac arrest, critical thinking, diabetes, chest tubes, infection prevention, delirium, CHF, acute MI, blood administration, sepsis, abuse/neglect, emergency codes, lab draws, death, KODA and professional growth.
- Role Integration - Upon completion of the six sessions (occurring simultaneously with unit-based orientation), the novice nurse will attend four quarterly workshops which will continue to support and encourage our new RN’s. Topics include professionalism, stress management, ethics/diversity, and accreditation/shared governance.
The Nurse Residency Program also prepares new RN’s to apply for and participate in the Nursing Professional Advancement Program.
Join the Program
May 2020 Grads
Nurse Residency begins June 24. In order to participate in the Nurse Residency Program you must start employment on or before June 15 as a Registered Nurse or Registered Nurse Applicant.
May 2020 Graduates
- June 24
- July 1
- July 8
- July 15
- July 22
- July 29
- Workshop I: September 8 or 10
- Workshop II: December 8 or 10
- Workshop III: March 9 or 11
- Workshop IV: June 8 or 10