Nursing New Graduates
U.S. News & World Report’s #4 hospital in the nation and #1 in California, Magnet®-designated nursing, state-of-the-art technology, unequaled opportunities for growth and development. Sound like the perfect place to launch your nursing career?
UCan find it all at UCLA Health. You will begin a career journey with an internationally-renowned health system that is continually setting new standards for nursing excellence. You will be challenged and rewarded as you build a skill set that is unmatched anywhere.
We are closely following the situation surrounding COVID-19 and are taking all necessary precautions to reduce its transmission. We will therefore not be hosting a Summer 2020 RN New Grad Residency cohort. There is no additional information regarding dates for the winter cohort at this time. Please continue to check this page for the most up to date information.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please continue to watch for updates on this developing situation.
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Where your career path takes you depends a lot on where you start. At UCLA Health, you’ll start by working with world-class colleagues in a supportive and collaborative environment, building the skills you need to provide leading-edge care for our patients and a fulfilling career for yourself. Whichever specialty you choose to pursue here, you will be challenged and empowered on every level, and you will have all the tools you need to succeed.
New Graduate Residency Program
At UCLA Health, you can build on your nursing education while you get the support and guidance you need for success. Working under the guidance of world-class professionals, you get the tools you need to create a path to success.
The New Graduate Nurse Residency Program at UCLA Health allows you to see first-hand how the quality of each patient’s complete experience reflects our own understanding of why we’re really here.
Candidates will be assigned based on several criteria, including the background of the individual Resident, and needs and availability within UCLA Health.
The New Graduate Residency Program is offered twice annually, in winter and summer, with each program lasting approximately one year. A BSN or MSN is required. Opportunities may be available in a variety of specialty areas.
For more information, please read the FAQ page and email Amanda Lozano or call toll-free: 1-866-895-6690 with any specific questions.
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