NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Graduate Nursing Events

​​​​​​​Meet Our Team & Learn More About Our Program

Our team is attending onsite and virtual events at several campuses, and we'd love to meet you! If you're planning to attend an event and want to meet the Memorial Hermann team, please fill out the form to the right and upload a copy of your resume. We look forward to meeting you!


Cohort Information

  • Applications for the next Nurse Residency Cohort will be accepted May 15 - 22, 2022 for those expecting to graduate from nursing school in August 2022.
  • Those selected after the application period will be invited to Match Days at the locations selected in the application. Details about Match Days will be delivered to applicants by recruiters after the application period is closed.
  • Start date for this cohort is October 2022.

Find more information about the program here.

Nurse Residency Program Graduates: Where are they now? 

What can you learn in the Memorial Hermann Health System Nurse Residency Program? Accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Practice Transition Accreditation Program (PTAP)™, in this cohort-focused model, graduate nurses develop their skills in a supportive environment. Starting as new grads, they develop the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors new nurses need to deliver safe, high-quality care. Below, you can read what past residents learned, how they grew, and what they’ve gotten from the program.
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How would you describe your experience in the Nurse Residency Program?

Vanessa G., RN-Critical Care​​​​​​​

“You get out of school thinking, 'do I know how to be a nurse?' And then you have these preceptors that are challenging you to learn or exhibit all of the stuff you are supposed to learn from school, and you realize you actually do know something. Luckily they are there to support that, and you come out the program feeling comfortable and confident. The program makes you feel proud of picking that career and being able to go in the right direction.”​​​​​​​
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How did the Nurse Residency Program leaders help you prepare?

Austin J., RN-Critical Care
“Our educators and residency coordinators are always encouraging us to do more, and so I’ve gotten involved in our unit practice council. Now I sit on the nurse residency board as a former residency member so I can advocate for our new nurses. The program not only teaches you to be a nurse outside of school, it pushes you forward in everything.” ​​​​​​​
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What was the Nurse Residency Program like for you?

Jennifer B., RN-ER

“I was assigned a preceptor in the Nurse Residency Program that would really just go with us, and from room to room show us everything in the ER and really how to function as a nurse. The program gave us a person to shadow, they weren’t just like ‘okay you got this’ it’s a lot of hand holding and then letting you go when you’re ready.” 

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Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give yourself when starting the program?

Thione T., RN-Critical Care
“If I could talk to my young self, I would tell her to not be afraid to speak up. The Nurse Residency Program is there for you, make it your own and do what’s best for you to grow.”  ​​​​​​​
Want to start your nursing career way out in front? Learn more about our Nurse Residency Program.
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