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Are you a new or recent nurse graduate? Consider joining our team at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals, a national destination for medical rehabilitation. At Madonna, you won’t just save lives; you’ll help rebuild them.

When you begin your career here, you’ll enjoy comprehensive training, mentorship, and guidance from our interdisciplinary team of health care professionals, many of whom have been at Madonna for a decade or more. Plus, you’ll gain clinical experience in a variety of care programs, including the Madonna Rehabilitation Specialty Hospital, Madonna Rehabilitation Acute Care Hospital, and Pediatric Rehabilitation. Apply today and discover the Madonna difference for yourself!

Professional Development & Madonna
We encourage our employees to invest in themselves. As such, we offer the following professional development opportunities to our nursing staff:

Nursing Assistant Training 
Are you interested in a career in health care? The Nebraska Health Care Association is offering a basic nursing assistant training program that teaches you the skills you need. The class takes place at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals and includes 76-hours of training. Don’t wait to apply; class size is limited! Scholarships are also available through the Nebraska Health Care Foundation.

Nurse Residency Program
Designed to help new nursing school graduates transition to practicing RNs, this program allows you to earn a competitive hourly rate with full-time benefits and shift differentials after passing your NCLEX exam. The 16 to 20-week-long nurse residency program is offered twice a year in December and May

CRRN Certification
Madonna will not only cover the cost of your Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) credential, but also provide resources and study guides to help you navigate the certification progress.

ICAN Program
Madonna partners with ICAN, a local nonprofit organization that provides world-class leadership opportunities to up-and-coming community leaders. You can learn more about ICAN here.

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