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New Graduate Opportunities

Clinical Units That Offer New Graduate RN Positions

Please note: All unit-specific RNs are expected to work day/night shift rotations. All RNs are expected to work weekend and holiday rotations. Placement in preferred unit is not guaranteed. 

Cardiovascular Unit (CVU)

The Cardiovascular Unit is a 29 monitored bed unit. We are the designated stroke unit. Typical patients seen are admissions from ED for arrhythmia diagnosis, admissions from cardiac cath lab after procedure, MI/STEMI, any heart function compromise, trach/chronic ventilator.

Emergency and Trauma Center

Level II Emergency and Trauma Center, average daily census - 120 patients.


The Endoscopy area offers a full range of procedures to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal disorders. We perform these highly technical procedures with state-of-the-art equipment, with a focus on enhancing the entire patient experience.  We see between 30-50 patients per day in our fast-paced procedural area.  Services include: Upper GI endoscopy, Endoscopic ultrasound,  Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), Colonoscopies, and other procedures. Typical patient to nurse ratios in our area:  Admission 2:1, intraprocedural 1:1, and Recovery 2-3:1.

Family Birth Center - LDRP

Family Birth Center is a 23-bed unit. Our unit provides triage, antepartum, labor, operative, and couplet care service.

Inpatient Cancer Care (ICC)

The Inpatient Cancer Care Unit is a 26-bed unit providing direct patient care for both adult and pediatric patients that are receiving active chemotherapy/hazardous drugs, those recovering from recent chemotherapy (symptom management) or post stem cell transplants, medical-surgical oncology patients, gynecologic oncology diagnoses, end of life, and palliative care.

Inpatient Medical Unit (IPM)

Inpatient Medical is a 38-bed unit. Typical patients include the spectrum of the health continuum including neurological, respiratory, gastric, renal, hepatic, wound, withdrawal, infectious processes, and psychiatric, surgical and telemetry overflow.

Inpatient Pediatric Unit (IPU)

The Inpatient Pediatric Unit (IPU) is a 9-bed unit. We are a dedicated pediatric unit, caring for neonates to 17 years old.

Inpatient Surgical Unit (IPS)

Inpatient Surgical is a 37-bed unit that specializes in care of the post-operative patient of all age ranges. We are a fast paced work environment with a high daily turnover of patients and an average length of stay of 3 days.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Our 24-bed unit cares for critical care, post-op, and complex traumaICU applicants must have a BSN (Bachelors of Science in nursing) to be considered.

Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU)

Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The capacity is 17-20 babies, 25 weeks gestation and up.

Orthopedics Neurology Unit (ONU)

The Orthopedic Neuroscience Unit is currently a 35-bed unit. Typical patients include orthopedic patients such as total hip, total knee, shoulder, back surgeries, trauma; neurosurgery patients and low risk chest pain observation patients.

Psychiatric Services

An evidence-based psychiatric program specifically designed to provide specialized care in psychiatric services. Under general supervision, our nurses assume responsibility and accountability for the quality of nursing care. They direct the plan of care while maintaining professionalism. This position allows the flexibility to work within inpatient adult and youth, as well as outpatient observation.

Surgical Services (OR)

Our OR contains 12 Operating Rooms providing services for Orthopedics, Cardiovascular, General/Bariatric Surgery, Neurosurgery, Gynecology, Genitourinary, ENT, and Ophthalmology. Orientation through the different service lines takes up to 9 months.

Contact Information

For Nurse Residency questions

Kelsey Meyer, BSN, RN, CMSRN
Nurse Residency Specialist
Office: 406-435-6956
Cell: 406-672-4996

Julia Sugg, MSN, RN
Education Development Specialist - Regional
Cell: 406-702-4070

Karen Wilhelm, BS Health Education, RN
Nurse Residency Specialist
Office: 406-435-6954
Cell: 406-314-2253

For Nurse Residency Human Resources questions

Andrea Doll, Talent & Workforce Coordinator

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New Graduates Residency Opportunities

Nurse Residency Important Dates

If you possess a nursing license, and have less than 12 months of experience, we accept applications year-round.

If you have not graduated from nursing school, see deadlines below.

Upcoming Graduation

Application Deadline

Start Date

December 2020

October 2, 2020

Spring 2021

May 2021

February 5, 2021

Summer 2021

August 2021

May 21, 2021

Fall 2021

December 2021

October 1, 2021

Spring 2022