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Apply now for Emory's New Graduate Residency Program.

Our New Graduate Residency Program is designed exclusively for senior nursing students who are eager to jump-start their career in our nursing by joining the most comprehensive academic health system in Georgia with four Magnet®-designated hospitals, the rest "on the Magnet journey," and the first ambulatory care facility in Georgia to be recognized by the ANCC.
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Your Path to Excellence in Nursing
Our 12-month transition-to-practice program utilizes the Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program. We offer a series of learning and work experiences designed to assist you as you transition into your first professional role as an RN. The program is designed for newly licensed registered nurses with no prior experience as an RN.


  • Possess a current RN license by the start date of the program in Georgia or a Compact State.
  • Successfully pass your boards, with results verified by noon on the Wednesday before the start date.
  • Hold an active Basic Cardiac Life Support (BLS) certification, obtained through the American Heart Association. This certification must remain valid for at least 30 days after the start date.
  • Provide a comprehensive resume that includes details regarding your clinical rotation hours, the facilities you have worked in, and the specific units you have been a part of.
  • Have graduated from a college or university accredited by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (CCNE) Or Accreditation for Commission Education in Nursing (ACEN).

How It Works

How it Works
As residents, you will participate in the residency program while simultaneously completing your department orientation. Each month, you will attend a four-hour learning session and work on an evidence-based practice project, which must be completed by the end of the 12-month residency program. Attendance is mandatory, and you will be paid for the nurse residency sessions. During these sessions, you will have the chance to interact with clinical experts, collaborate on resolving clinical challenges and gain valuable insights into the resources available to support your practice.


Cohorts are determined based on your start date. Applications for the Nurse Residency Program are always open, and if hired, your cohort will be determined by your start date. For consideration for the Critical Care Units, having clinical experience, externships, senior practicums, or specific courses as part of the nursing curriculum is highly preferred.

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