The Baylor Scott & White Health Nurse Residency Program is accredited with distinction as a Practice Transition Program by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation in Practice Transition Programs. Jump start your nursing career.
We're interviewing for our Graduate Nurse Residency Program - Winter 2022 Cohort for all specialties. Come join the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas and start your career with Baylor Scott & White Health today!
Here at Baylor Scott & White Health, we believe in cultivating your abilities and talents for your calling. Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced nurse who is interested in learning new clinical skills and specialties, our Transition to Practice program was created with you in mind. With accomplished professionals to guide you, you’ll develop skills and master concepts that serve you, your patients, and your colleagues throughout your career.
Under the leadership of our most experienced nurses, your Baylor Scott & White Health Transition to Practice program will help you build a strong professional foundation that can support your goals far into the future. Designed to meet the needs of both you and the patients, the residency will give you the hands-on experience to develop the competence and confidence to securely grow into your new profession. Areas of focus include effective clinical judgment, clinical leadership, and incorporating research-based evidence into your practice.
As a new grad interested in non-nursing, paid internship opportunities, you will find that our robust training programs can help navigate you through your chosen field of interest as you work alongside some of the most renowned professionals in their field. The internship will teach you to succeed in a patient-centric, purpose-driven environment that’s defined by servanthood and a commitment to continuous improvement.
Some of the areas our internships cover include:
Information Technology * Supply Chain * Finance * Patient Support Services * Nursing * Analytics
Joining Baylor Scott & White Health means being part of a team of dedicated professionals that put our patients first. Hear what they have to say about this incredible opportunity.
John R., Pediatric Nurse Intern
“On my first day, I wasn’t sure what to expect. It can be very intimidating. Fortunately, I figured out pretty quickly that they wanted to teach me just as much as I wanted to learn. No one made anything easy, but they made all my time there valuable.”
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Deafness doesn’t stop medical student from pursuing dream
Grace Lassiter, a third-year medical student at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, removes her hearing aids before listening to a patient’s heartbeat through a stethoscope.
Cameroon medical mission a stark change for Baylor resident
Jo Weddle, M.D., recently completed her surgical residency at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. She is currently on a medical mission in Africa, where she is researching the impact of trauma on patients, families and physicians at Mbingo Baptist Hospital. This is one in a series of blog posts by Dr. Weddle.