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Beaumont Health System believes education is vital to the growth, development and training of nurses for their roles as caregivers, managers, educators and researchers. We serve as a placement center for more than 2000 nursing students to gain clinical and leadership learning experiences prior to graduation.
Our Graduate Nurse Residency program for new graduate nurses offers new knowledge and improvements leading to exemplary professional practice. The program is designed to be comprehensive, yet individualized, with a dynamic curriculum that reflects best practice and focuses on easing the transition of the graduate nurse into the hospital environment. The program stretches over a twelve month period of time, consisting of both a precept and non-precept portion, to provide ongoing support via coaching, mentoring and recognition for new nurse graduates. In addition to core courses, the curriculum offers content specific for the nurse resident’s clinical area.
For our staff, our dedication to continuing education ensures we provide the highest level of quality patient care. Through our nursing education departments, a number of offerings are available:
Beaumont recognizes the importance of encouraging a culture of learning and therefore provides financial support to employees who pursue formal clinical education for the purpose of enhancing their skills and knowledge and improving job performance. Development in both of these areas contributes to the quality, safety and service we provide to patients. Educational assistance is available to employees pursuing direct clinical patient care health professional degree programs, seminars, conferences, and clinical technical certification up to $2000 per year.
To view our current graduate nurse job openings, please visit our career page.
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