Love the difference you make and begin a rewarding nursing career as a Lovelace Medical Center nurse resident.
Develop critical thinking skills through hands-on learning working alongside experienced, compassionate Lovelace nurses. Build a foundation for your nursing career with personal and professional support throughout our residency program to give you the skills to become a competent, confident member of the healthcare family.
Entry to Practice (ETP) Nurse Residency Program
Lovelace Medical Center partnered with the University of Iowa to provide a 12-month Entry to Practice (ETP) Nurse Residency Program that supports graduate nurses as they transition into their first professional nursing role. The program offers a 16-week comprehensive orientation plan to the unit assigned, with immersive learning opportunities, nursing professional development, quality and safety performance improvement integration, and a supportive team-oriented environment for the remainder of the program.
Explore opportunities in:
- Intermediate Care
- Neuro/Step Down
Next Cohort Start Date: February 7, 2022 – ETP Residency
- Dual application to ETP Nurse Residency Program and the unit of choice
- Applications are open
- Nursing student must have graduated or will be graduating from an accredited school of nursing prior to the cohort start state.
- The program is open to BSN and ADN/ASN graduates.
- The candidate must have successfully completed the NCLEX two weeks prior to the scheduled start date.
- Willingness to participate in all program components
- Current BLS; hiring department may also require ACLS and or PALS.
- One-year post-program completion work commitment agreement required
Transition to Critical Care Fellowship
Nurses need thoughtful programs to help them grow in their careers when they explore new areas of specialty.
Lovelace Medical Center is excited to offer an exclusive Transition to Critical Care Fellowship for experienced nurses seeking to enter the Critical Care specialty. This six-month program offers a comprehensive orientation plan, immersive learning opportunities, nursing professional development focused on leadership skills, and a supportive team-oriented environment.
The program begins with three months of critical care education and training to include specialty-focused online modules, advanced skills labs, inter-professional care team shadowing, and practice-based learning. The following three months emphasis on leadership development activities, creation of a professional development plan to provided continued growth opportunities, mentorship, and practice empowerment.
Ideal candidates are nurses with at least one year experience in medical/surgical, progress care, or intermediate care units. Space is limited with an application period that runs from July 12 –Sept 10, with a start date of October 18.
Next Fellowship Starts Date: October 18, 2021 – Fellowship
- RN with at least one year experience in medical/surgical, progress care, or intermediate care units.
- Applications are open from July 12 – September 10.