Versant® New Graduate RN Residency Program

Transition from education to practice with the Versant® New Graduate RN Residency Program at Premier Health!

Our individualized and evidence-based program is tailored to meet your learning needs.

During this 18-week* residency program, you will:

Refine your skills 
Through standardized and evidence-based training, you will learn from the practical application of knowledge in a supportive system with rigorous evaluation that promotes continuous improvement.

Enhance your knowledge 
Our collaborative learning environment provides you with the tools, resources and training you need to successfully transition from novice to competent, professional nurse in the clinical environment.

Develop professional relationships 
With coaching and mentoring from the most accomplished individuals, you will establish a professional support network to guide you throughout the course of your career.

Gain meaningful healthcare and nursing experience in a place where you can make a difference!

Our comprehensive program offers:

  • Classroom Education
  • Simulation and Clinical Experience
  • Competitive Salary and Benefits
  • Career Tracks in Specialized Areas of Care (including emergency services, operating room, neonatal intensive care, critical care units, home health and more)

This exceptional learning opportunity is available at the following Premier Health sites:

  • Atrium Medical Center
  • Fidelity Healthcare
  • Miami Valley Hospital
  • Miami Valley Hospital South
  • Upper Valley Medical Center

Invest in your career with the support and guidance of our Magnet® designated organization!

Candidates are considered through the standard nursing interview process.

Our 2021 start dates are as follows:

  • February 15, 2021
  • April 12, 2021
  • June 21, 2021
  • July 19, 2021
  • August 30, 2021
  • October 25, 2021

Apply online now!

Have questions? Please email

*Actual length of the program may vary for each resident.
**Must be a graduate of an accredited RN program within the past 12 months and pass the NCLEX to be an active resident.