A Program for Rutgers BS in Nursing Students
The Out-of-Hospital residency is a 12-month program designed to promote nursing careers in non-hospital settings for Rutgers School of Nursing graduates. There is no charge to participate.
Why Choose the OOH Program?
This program will help new nurses develop advanced skills in providing specialized care in clinical practice settings other than in-patient hospital environments. It will help you establish immediate connections with senior nurses at your new job while you continue your professional development through continuing education and academic courses at Rutgers.
The program starts with career counseling provided to graduating BS in Nursing students.
“The lessons and skills I learned in the program will continue to guide me through my nursing career.”
– J. Dynoff, OOH Residency Graduate
- Education & Training
- Active Learning & Activities
- Career Counseling
- Professional Development
“I am proud to believe the experience from my externship has made me a better caretaker.”
– J. Jordan, Nursing Student
“I got the chance to follow my dreams. With the support of the residency, during the transition from new grad/novice nurse, I became a confident nurse on my unit.”
– A. Quinlan, OOH Residency Graduate
“This program was an amazing opportunity to step into the nursing world and I am proud to have graduated as a nurse resident from the Out of Hospital Residency Program.”
– S. Soni, OOH Residency graduate
Nancy J. Bohnarczyk
Clinical Assistant Professor | Director, Rutgers Nurse Residency Program
Information for Rutgers Students
Information for Heathcare Facilities
Program support provided by a grant from the Helene Fund Health Trust