Fisher-Titus Nurse Residency Program

The Nurse Residency Program is designed to support new nurse graduates with less than one year experience. The purpose of this program is to assist with the transition into clinical practice. The nurse residency program will focus on the development of critical thinking skills, clinical leadership, and decision-making skills. Fisher-Titus is seeking recent graduates from an accredited nursing program to join our team.

A program designed for the new nurse

Throughout the 12-month residency program, the new Staff Nurse will experience:

  • Trained and supportive preceptors to help the individual develop their clinical skills, delegation, time management and professional practice.
  • Educators and Leaders who are invested in the Staff Nurses individualized learning plan
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  • Increasing decision-making competence and confidence
  • Improving professional commitment and satisfactions
  • Emphasis on consistently utilizing evidence-based practices
  • Building stronger clinical nursing leadership and critical thinking skills
  • Courses and simulation experiences to deepen the nurse’s knowledge of evidence-based nursing practice.

Nurse Residency Program Overview

  • Complete General Orientation
  • Complete Clinical Nursing Orientation
  • Enter the Nurse Residency Program
    • 12 Month investment into continuing education provided by the Ohio Nurse Association Provider Unit #285 for new nurses to earn Continuing Education
      • Required to attend a monthly 4-hour educational nurse residency program that includes didactic, hands-on, and mock scenario education
      • Nurse Educators will assign pre-work that the Nurse Resident must complete prior to coming to the educational event to enhance critical thinking
  • Complete courses, such as ECG & Pharmacology course, Crucial Conversations, Foundations for Success
  • Participation in the Clinical Ladder Program
  • Become ACLS and PALS certified, if appropriate for position


  • Be a graduate of an accredited nursing program
  • Hold an Ohio Board of Nursing RN license by start of program
  • Have a current Basic Life Support certification

How to Apply

To apply for the Nurse Residency Program you will need to submit an application online at Staff Nurse - Nurse Residency Program 2022 and submit a one-page document on how you align with the Fisher-Titus mission statement, vision, and values to Both the application and the one-page document must be submitted by September 12th.