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  • Texas
    Confirmed Cases: 69,920
    Deaths: 1,767

  • Midland County
    Confirmed Cases: 146
    Deaths: 13 

*Last updated on 06/4/2020 at 8:52 PM

Nurse Residency Program

Are you a nursing student or are you one year or less post graduation?

Midland Memorial offers a comprehensive 18-22 week residency program.  This is a full time program that is 25% didactic and 75% hands on.  We take new graduates to all inpatient units (medical, oncology, ACE, post surgical, orthopedics, neurology, OBGYN and Nursery) and specialty units (emergency room, critical care, clinical decision, birthplace, operating room, and recovery room).


Midland Memorial Hospital Nurse Residency Program

The Nurse Residency Program encompasses:

  • Classroom time
  • Simulation
  • 1:1 precepting
  • Mentoring
  • Tools for Success

The requirements of the program are:

  • Completed RN Resident Application
  • Two letters of recommendation (one from a nursing instructor)
  • Resume
  • Valid Texas nursing license
  • Valid CPR card

If you are interested in applying for the Nurse Residency program, please contact Lupe Reyes, Nurse Recruiter at lupe.reyes@midlandhealth.org.

If you have questions or would like more information about the program, please contact Aline Fuselier, Residency Manager at aline.fuselier@midlandhealth.org.