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Internship & Residency Programs

Considering a career in health care? Adventist HealthCare can provide you with real world clinical and non-clinical health care experience through our internship and residency programs.

Clinical Program Details

Paid Nurse Internship Program (Washington Adventist Hospital)

Program Description

Washington Adventist Hospital is committed to being the employer of choice for nurses by creating the very best environment to practice nursing. To ease the transition into specialty nursing, our exceptional internship program includes structured didactic coursework, a precepted clinical practicum, classroom lectures and hands on skill labs to reinforce learning. To be eligible, you must be a graduate nurse from an accredited school of nursing or an RN with nursing experience but inexperience in the specialty of interest and have a Maryland nursing license before start of internship. To apply, submit a resume with cover letter specifying practice area of choice, two letters of reference from faculty describing clinical performance (new grads only) and Official transcripts (new grads only).

Additional Information & How to Apply

For more information, please contact our nurse recruiter at 301-891-6650 or rdupreej@adventisthealthcare.com.

School of Radiography (Washington Adventist Hospital)

Program Description

Washington Adventist Hospital’s 24-month radiography program combines academic and clinical instruction in diagnostic radiography. This program allows students to rotate through Washington Adventist Hospital, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, and Germantown ED to obtain clinical hours.

Additional Information & How to Apply

For more information, please visit our webpage or call 301-891-6556 to request an application packet.

Paid Pharmacy Residency Program (Shady Grove Adventist Hospital)

Program Description

The PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at The Shady Grove Adventist Hospital provides the resident with the skills and knowledge required to become a competent pharmacy practitioner. The program is a twelve-month, postgraduate training experience composed of three major elements: Patient Care, Drug Information and Medication Use Policy, and Clinical Services and Practice Management.

Additional Information & How to Apply

For more information, please visit our webpage or call 240-826-6025 to request an application packet.