Main Line Health offers clinical opportunities to more than 1,500 nursing students a year and maintains close relationships with the more than 15 colleges and schools of nursing in the area. Dedicated to the career development of both nursing students and new nurse graduates, Main Line Health has become a cornerstone of nursing education in our greater community.
Becoming a nurse
Are you in the process of choosing a career—or thinking of changing careers and embarking in a new direction? If so, give some serious consideration to a career in nursing. Find out the kind of education you need, the kind of programs that are available, and why this may be the best time in history to become a professional nurse.
Professional nurse residency program
New nurse graduates can transition to their profession and gain valuable full-time experiences in most clinical specialties. These evening and night-shift positions offer a comprehensive benefits package, competitive pay and shift differential.
Professional nurse externship program
Nursing students who have completed at least one clinical rotation will enjoy gaining patient care experience through this program. Part-time rotating schedules are available on all shifts with flexibility to meet your needs.
Registered nurses interested in becoming an OR nurse may apply for the Perioperative Fellowship Program. This program is offered for new graduate nurses and experienced acute care nurses interested in making the transition to the operating room.