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Do you have a passion for healthcare and helping others? Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced, patient-centered environment? Jump-start your career in ourStaRN Residency Program
! Our Recruiters will be available to you through virtual office hours, for all of the questions you might have about our program.You can click on the link below to access the virtual chat session.
For additional questions regarding the StaRN program and your application, please email the following recruiters: Marlee Blake:
The StaRN/Residency is a yearlong residency which begins with a 10-16 week (depending on specialty), PAID Classroom/Preceptorship program. It allows new graduate nurses to obtainacute care nursing experience through an intensive internship program. Open positions will vary throughout the year, and positions will be offered based on needs of the hospital, but units that typically hire StaRN residents include:
Part 1: StaRN Training - First 5-8 Weeks(depending on specialty):
- Medical Surgical
- ICU, PCU
- Emergency Services
Part 2: StaRN Clinical Preceptorship - Next 7-8 Weeks(depending on specialty):
- Instructor-led classroom training
- State-of-the-art simulation including comprehensive debriefs
- Certifications needed for each unit
- Training on charting systems
- The schedule is typically Monday-Friday, with 40 hour work weeks (8 hour days)
Part 3: HCA Residency Program - Remainder of your 1styear
- Conducted at the hospital
- You will be assigned a one-on-one preceptor to train you and acclimate you to your role
- Regular development meetings between the resident, their preceptor and their Director
- Customized Coaching/Onboarding report for clinical preceptorship
- The schedule is typically three (3)12 hour shifts at the hospital
- Upon successful completion of the StaRN Program, residents will transition to their full-time roles at the hospital and continue professional development through routine interactions with a mentor (meet at least once a month)
- Complete an evidence-based capstone project
You are more than a paycheck. OurBenefits Raise the Bar:
- Current Florida RN license or Multi-state Compact RN license
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, within past 1 year
- Program acceptance requires a two (2) year, full-time commitment to the hospital. If a nurse chooses to leave thefacility before the 2 year commitment is fulfilled, they may be required to meet a monetary responsibility.
- Self-motivated and strong communication skills required
- Attendance is imperative throughout the StaRN Training program
Exceptional People. Exceptional Care.Central Florida Regional Hospital
- Paid Family Leave
- 401k Match
- Medical Plan Options, Dental & Vision
- Employee Stock Purchase Program
- And more!
, a 221-bed acute care hospital and Level II trauma center, serves the communities of Seminole and west Volusia counties. The hospital provides the only full-servicecardiovascular programin Seminole and west Volusia, includingopen heart surgery,interventional cardiology,electrophysiology,cardiac rehabilitationand comprehensivediagnostic services. Other specialized services includeorthopedic and spine care,robotic surgery,wound care,acute inpatient medical rehabilitation, completeimaging servicesandThe Baby Suites. Central Florida Regional Hospital is located 3.6 miles east of I-4 between S.R. 46 and Highway 17-92 in Sanford.
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