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Embrace patient-centered care

As a Nurse Resident at Piedmont, you’ll be prepared with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on care that will equip you to change patient lives today and for the rest of your career. You’ll love working with our diverse and welcoming teams, the preceptors and mentors who generously share their experience, and the support you’ll feel from peers who become friends. Our total rewards make sure you have all you need to thrive. Come build your future with us!

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With 23 Piedmont hospitals, and over 1,600 physician practice locations, you’ll find the role you want in the Georgia community that’s right for you.

  • Acute Care

  • Surgical Services

  • Critical Care

  • Women’s Services

  • Emergency Department

  • Other

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Learning to lead

We believe in you — your potential, commitment to holistic patient care, and dedication to your goals. That’s why we fully support your residency with our system resources. As you grow your career at Piedmont, you can earn additional degrees, take advantage of leadership training, and sub-specialize in multiple areas of medicine.

Our 12-month, comprehensive, transition-to-practice program facilitates your progress from student to professional nurse through education, mentorship, and peer support to continuously improve quality and safety at the point of care.

Career development

RN Residency cohorts begin three times per year: spring (Feb/March), summer (July/August), and fall (Oct/Nov). Openings for the RN Residency Program are posted approximately 5-6 months before the start dates.

Ways You’ll Grow

  • Enjoy cohort experiences designed to promote peer and professional camaraderie, and strengthen your commitment to nursing.
  • Learn didactic content specifically tailored to new graduates from professional nursing organizations.

Professional Outcomes

  • Develop the clinical judgment needed to rapidly recognize a change in a patient’s condition and the urgency of a clinical situation.
  • Cultivate excellent communication skills to engage with colleagues and support patients.

First-Year Novice Nurse Topics

After orientation, regularly-scheduled workshops address specific transitions through your first year of practice as a novice nurse, including:

  • Cultural competency
  • Ethical decision making
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Resiliency
  • Patient engagement
  • Time management

change lives

Nurses at Piedmont say they feel seen, heard, and valued. When you’re recognized for what you do, collaborate with teams you enjoy, and share a heartfelt purpose, you can’t help but impact Georgia’s healthcare — one patient at a time.

Real change lives here

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