At Baylor Scott & White Health, we’re committed to serving the needs of our employees. Because you are at the heart of our organization, we invest in a comprehensive benefits program to help you and your family stay healthy, protected and informed:
Baylor Scott & White Health has received national recognition as one of the Best Companies to Work For in Healthcare and Biopharma by Fortune magazine. Our cultural values reflect our commitment to promote the well-being of communities, families and individuals—including our employees:
A: An internship is an extended orientation that includes both clinical and didactic hours with a focus on area-specific knowledge and skills. A residency program is a curriculum designed to assist you in transitioning from a new nurse to a competent professional.
A: Our nursing leadership supports the growth and development of our graduate nurses and expects that you will attend and participate in each seminar. You will also be required to complete an evidence-based practice project on your unit.
A: The residency is a year-long program that includes seminars and small group meetings designed to advance your professional role, leadership and clinical skills.
A: Yes. As a professional nurse, you will always be a lifelong learner.
A: It’s true. Many new graduate nurses experience a slump around six to nine months. In addition to leadership support and clinical coaches, we provide you with small-group facilitators and a peer group designed to support you through this challenging time. Most nurses find a vast improvement in their skills, confidence and feeling of well-being at one year.
A: Please visit our Application Process page for additional information
A: Our recruitment team would be more than happy to answer any further questions you have. We’re most available through our Facebook page, BSWH Graduate Nurses. You can also email us at: BSWHINTERNSHIPS@BSWHealth.org