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Nursing at Queen’s

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Nursing at Queen's

Compassion. Quality care. Excellence. Nurses are key to providing the best care for our patients. They are an important part of the care team as skilled caregivers, leaders and decision makers. If you are committed to providing the best care for patients, consider becoming part of the Queen’s team.

The Queen’s Medical Center, Hawai‘i’s health care leader, is the first and only hospital in Hawai‘i with Magnet® recognition. We are ranked one of the best hospitals in the country by Newsweek, and named best hospital in Hawai‘i by U.S News & World Report. Queen’s is also Hawai‘i’s first Comprehensive Stroke Center and the state’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. A generous benefits package, including relocation bonus and temporary housing, to selected candidates.

Queen’s provides a 12-month Nurse Residency Program

to support and educate new graduate nurses as they transition to their professional nursing role in an acute care hospital setting.

The Queen’s Nurse Residency Program is offered three times a year: Winter (Jan/Feb), Summer (May/June) and Fall (Sept/Oct). Job openings will be available two months prior to the start of the program. Qualified candidates must have at the time of application:

  • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing
  • Registered Nurse, State of Hawai‘i

The objectives of this program are that graduates:

  • Gain clinical autonomy at the point of patient care
  • Incorporate research-based evidence into their practices to advance safe, high-quality nursing
  • Strengthen their commitment to nursing as a career choice

Through the Hawai‘i State Center for Nursing collaborative, the Queen’s Nurse Residency Program is part of the University Health System Consortium and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Nurse Residency Program.

Our evidence-based curriculum covers a wide span of topics including:

  • Evidence-based practice
  • Interdisciplinary Simulation Experience
  • Ethical Issues
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Dealing with Death and Dying

This curriculum is offered via monthly seminars utilizing a variety of learning opportunities, such as simulation, case studies, reflective practice, group discussion and lectures.

Master’s prepared nurses from The Queen’s Medical Center serve in the role of Resident Facilitators to mentor and coach the new graduates as they progress through the program.

Please contact Human Resources at 808-691-4627 for more information.

Equal Opportunity

With a commitment to diversity and inclusion, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Learn more about “EEO is the Law and EEO is the Law Poster Supplement


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