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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are the requirements for the Adult RN Residency positions?

  • Must be a graduate of a U.S. state-approved and accredited nursing program.
  • Must have a current, unencumbered California Registered Nurse (RN) license by the program start date (unless otherwise specified).
  • Must have a completed Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) by the program start date.
  • Must have a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers card (certification) issued by the American Heart Association, no exceptions.
  • Must have less than 12 months of RN hospital work experience by the start of the program.

October 2021 Cohort:

  • Last day for NCLEX completion is August 23, 2021
  • CA RN license must be posted on the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) by September 6, 2021.
     

What is the timeline for the Adult Hospital October 2021 Adult RN Residency Program?

  • Application window opens at 8 a.m. (PST) on May 31, 2021 and closes at 11:59 p.m. (PST) on June 11, 2021.
    • Please make sure to visit the “How to Apply” section of this Residency Program website.
  • Interviews and job offers are scheduled to take place between June 28, 2021 and July 30, 2021.
  • The program begins October 4, 2021

I’m a current or former Loma Linda University Health employee. Do I need to apply through the Adult RN Residency in order to be considered for a new graduate RN position?

  • Yes, all current and/or former employees must complete an online application and apply specifically to the Adult RN Residency in order to be considered.

When does Loma Linda University Health hire new graduate RNs for the Adult Hospital?

  • In 2021, new graduate nurses will be hired three times per year. The 2021 Cohorts are Winter (January), Spring (May), and Fall (October).
  • Please check the Adult RN Residency Program in the future for any updates on dates and opportunities.

Which units hire new graduate RNs?

  • The Emergency Department, Acute Care, Rehab, Intensive Care, and Operating Room in the Adult Hospital divisions and the adult and youth/young adolescent units from the Behavioral Medicine Center all participate in the residency program. However, unit availability is based on vacancy and facility needs.

Where does the program offer placement?

  • Loma Linda University Medical Center
  • Loma Linda University East Campus Hospital
  • Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center

How long is the program and is it a paid program?

  • It is a paid, year-long program with employee benefits.

Can I apply for other RN positions listed on the LLUH careers/jobs website?

  • If you are a new graduate nurse with less than 12 months of RN hospital experience, you must apply through the Adult RN Residency Program in order to be considered for an RN job opportunity. The program is designed to help you gain the skill set and competencies to be successful. We recommend that you not apply for any other RN openings as these positions require hospital experience.
  • If you have at least 12 months of hospital RN experience, please visit our careers/jobs page in order view current RN job openings outside of this Adult RN Residency Program.