The Nurse Residency Program at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, is a full-time registered nurse position with a one-year orientation program that assists you in transitioning from a new graduate to a fully competent, professional nurse at Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic offers the program in February and July each year, with the posting updated mid-October for the February program and mid-March for the July program. The exact dates applications are accepted will be updated on the website before the posting goes live.
This residency program provides a collaborative learning environment where you can refine your nursing skills, enhance your knowledge, and develop new personal and professional relationships.
Two full-time nursing educational specialists are dedicated to leading the Nurse Residency Program, which uses an educational design that takes a comprehensive and innovative approach to learning. These program leaders work collaboratively with nurse managers, supervisors, unit-based educators and other nursing colleagues at Mayo Clinic to foster and support your professional growth.
We invite you to begin your life-changing career in the Nurse Residency Program at Mayo Clinic.
Nursing at Mayo Clinic
Our nursing vision is to provide nursing care through evidence-based practice, education and research.
This vision is supported by living the Mayo Clinic nursing mission:
- Delivering healing care for every patient every day, enhanced by relationships based on effective communication, collaboration and mutual respect
- Providing educational opportunities in clinical nursing and professional development for nursing staff, affiliated students and faculty, as well as regional, national and international nursing colleagues
- Improving patient care and advancing the discipline of nursing through theory-driven research and by incorporating findings into practice
Press Ganey NDNQI Award
The Department of Nursing at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, received the 2014 National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality from Press Ganey.