Our New Graduate Intern program serves as a transition from the school environment to the work environment. During the Internship, you will work with a preceptor 3 (12) hour shifts per week for 8 weeks or longer depending on the unit. At the end of the internship, you may be offered a position on that unit if you have demonstrated the ability to provide safe efficient patient care and can handle a patient care assignment. Internships begin every month.
While demonstrating exceptional customer service and communication skills, the Registered Nurse skillfully administers total patient care based on the individualized needs of assigned patients and families.
- Assess the health status of assigned patients as outlined in the Nursing Standards
- Plan, implement and evaluate individualized care based on patient assessment and Multidisciplinary Plan of Care
- Ensure all procedures are performed based on established Standards of Care
- Administer medications and parenteral therapies in accordance with policy
- Document all aspects of patient care
- Teach patient/significant other about health/illness and plan of care
- Be a team player and take on other responsibilities as needed
- Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) or will attain it by end of 2022
- BLS through American Heart Association
- Ability to work weekends and holidays
- NJ license or date when you will take the NCLEX if not already licensed