Nursing at Williamson Medical Center

At Williamson Medical Center, our nurses are the heart of our health system. We are known for our family atmosphere and positive, healthy relationships with our departments, teams, physicians and families. Just as you take care of our patients and families, we want to take care of you!

We provide excellent benefits, retirement matching, licensure reimbursement, tuition assistance, career advancement and the resources and support you need to be successful.

Our Nursing Departments

 

Cardiac (3Main)

 

Orthopedics (4Main)

 

Surgical Floor (5Main)
 
 

 

Medical Floor (6Main)

 

Oncology

 

Emergency Department/Cath Lab

 

Critical Care

 

Surgery

 

Day Surgery

 

Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) & Endoscopy

 

Main PACU

 

Perinatal / Nursing / NICU

 

Pediatrics

The 12-month program offers a recruitment bonus structure from the date of entry into the nurse resident program as follows:

  • Successful completion of six (6) months in the program, $1,000 less applicable taxes
  • Successful completion of six (1) year in the program, $2,000 less applicable taxes
  • Successful completion of six (2) years in the program, $3,000 less applicable taxes

In your first year, the program design aims for you to:

  • Build on your skills related to clinical judgment and performance.
  • Provide clinical nursing leadership at the point of care.
  • Strengthen your commitment to nursing as a professional career choice.
  • Create an individual development plan for your new clinical role.
  • Provide care using research-based evidence linked to positive outcomes.

The program curriculum provides an array of learning opportunities with skill development.

  • Classroom orientation training.
  • Individualized three-month preceptorship.
  • Monthly seminars covering subjects related to leadership.

The Nurse Residency Program is usually offered 2-3 times per year.

  • January
  • June

Eligibility to apply to the program requires meeting one of the following:

  1. A nursing student with an expected graduation date in the semester immediately prior to the start of the Nurse Resident Program.
  2. A nursing school graduate with less than one year of nursing experience.
  • It is recommended to apply at the beginning of the last semester before graduation.
  • Applications are accepted continuously on the WMC careers page at WilliamsonMedicalCenter.org/Careers.
  • Panel interviews are conducted for the selection process.