Graduate Programs @ Northern Health

Northern Health are proud to support the transition of graduates via 7 different program streams.

 

About Our Programs

Allow us to assist with your transition from student to registered nurse or midwife.

When we speak with our graduates, they tell us that support and opportunity are the key factors of success.  We provide both in abundance, to ensure you get a great start to your new career.

Here at Northern Health, our teams of Clinical Support Nurses & Midwives facilitate the transition from student to graduate, by providing day-to-day bedside support, backed up with debrief opportunity and theoretical training.  Graduates are provided the opportunity to consolidate skills and knowledge, integrate theory to practice and develop professional and clinical skills. Our programs are structured and clinically-focused, aimed to engage learners and empower staff.

To find out more about the intakes, rotations, and benefits of working at NH click the specific program tile below.

Information Sessions

Face to Face :

Tuesday 4 June, 4.30pm – 5.30pm – No booking required.

Join us to hear all about the GNP, GNMP, GMP and Care of the Older Person Programs.
Northern Centre for Health Education and Research (NCHER) Epping (Find us HERE)
Level 1, Lecture Theatre 1.

Thursday 6 June, 4.30pm – 6.00pm – No booking required.

Join us to hear all about the Mental Health GNP
Northern Centre for Health Education and Research (NCHER) Epping (Find us HERE)
Level 1, Lecture Theatre 1.

 

Online: 

Tuesday 28 May, 11.00am – 12.00pm –
GNP, GNMP, GMP and Care of the Older Person Programs Join Here via MS Teams

Wednesday 29 May, 4.30pm – 6.00pm –
Mental Health GNP  Join Here via MS Teams

Wednesday 5 June, 11.00am – 12.00pm
GNP, GNMP, GMP and Care of the Older Person Programs Join Here via MS Teams

Monday 17 June, 4.30pm – 6.00pm –
Mental Health GNP  Join Here via MS Teams

Links to apply

Graduate Nurse Program 2025

Graduate Nurse Program – Care of the Older Person 2025

Graduate Nurse/Midwife (Combined) Program 2025

Graduate Midwife Program 2025

Graduate Mental Health Nurse Program 2025

Graduate Nurse Program – Kilmore District Health 2025

Contact Us

Nursing & Midwifery Kilmore Mental Health
Enrolled Nurse

Registered Nurse – General Nursing

Registered Nurse/Midwife (Combined)

Registered Midwife

 

Registered Nurse – General Nursing (Kilmore)

 

Registered Nurse – Mental Health Program

 

Kate Duggan & Katia Forbes

Graduate Program Coordinator – Nursing and Midwifery

Amanda Byrne

Clinical Education Coordinator

Liz Ndoro

Graduate Program Coordinator – Mental Health

graduatenurses@nh.org.au

T (03) 8468 0765

Amanda.Byrne3@nh.org.au

T (03) 5734 2151

nhmhgp@nh.org.au

T (03) 8437 3340

EN Graduate Program 

About the EN Program

The Northern Health Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program will facilitate your transition to practice by providing you with opportunities to consolidate your skills and knowledge, integrate theory to practice and further develop your professional and clinical skills through a structured, clinically-focused program.

The program is a 12-month supported employment model in which successful applicants will be employed on a part time basis (0.8EFT) within the Northern Hospital, Broadmeadows Hospital or Bundoora Centre.

Download the info flyer: Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program 2024

Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program Benefits

  • 0.8 EFT (4 shifts per week)
  • Two six-month rotations through Northern Health’s campuses
  • Work across a range of specialty areas
  • Increased confidence and competence with career pathway and provision of quality patient care
  • Extensive support offered through Preceptors, Educators and Northern Health Nursing Workforce
  • Paid study days

Application process

Applications for our 2024 program have now closed.

Contact us

Rae-chal Burgess
Clinical Nurse Educator Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program
raechal.burgess@nh.org.au

(03) 84680764