Residency of Emergency Nursing
Gain confidence in your skills as an emergency nurse by starting your career at Cone Health’s Residency of Emergency Nursing. You’ll benefit from a comprehensive clinical orientation, hands-on learning opportunities and the knowledge of seasoned mentors as you transition into your new role.
What You’ll Learn
Build your basic nursing skills and get advanced training in how to handle time-sensitive situations. Develop your assessment and prioritization skills, strengthen your ability to multi-task and think quickly on your feet, and gain experience talking with and advocating for patients.
What To Expect
As a new graduate registered nurse in the Residency of Emergency Nursing, you’ll participate in:
- Core classes in critical care and emergency care
- Training in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), crisis prevention intervention, disaster management, forensics and trauma basics
- Shadowing experienced health care professionals in the cardiac catheterization lab, critical care transport, emergency medical services (EMS), endoscopy and respiratory therapy
- Clinical practicums in the Children’s Emergency Department at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, the Maternity Admissions Unit at Women’s Hospital and the inpatient units at Behavioral Health Hospital.
- Clinical orientation will be at one of the emergency departments at Alamance Regional Medical Center, Annie Penn Hospital, MedCenter HighPoint, Moses Cone Hospital (a Level II Trauma Center) and Wesley Long Hospital
- Dedicated time to review and discuss learning experiences with your peers and emergency physicians
After the Residency
After completing the 14 week orientation in the Residency of Emergency Nursing, the professional development classes will start. You will continue your learning with monthly workshops and paid time away from the hospital engaging in fun and rejuvenating activities with fellow new grad nurses and a mentor leader.
For More Information
To learn more about the Residency of Emergency Nursing, contact our nursing recruitment specialists via email or at 866-266-3767, or email the Residency’s nurse educator, Nicole Simmons.