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The Nurse Residency Program aids in the new graduates or new to acute care nurse’s transition to practice within CHI Health. The program emphasizes professional practice, critical thinking, nurse satisfaction, evidence-based practice, clinical competency, teamwork and communication.
The purpose of the Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Practice Residency Program is to provide organized and directed pharmacy training in an academic medical center setting and community hospital setting, depending on your location selection.
The art and science of radiologic technology combines advanced technology with human compassion. While it is one of the youngest of the allied health fields, the profession has expanded tremendously in demand, educational advancement, new techniques and subspecialties.
The CHI Health School of Radiologic Technology was established on July 1, 1996 from the consolidation of Immanuel and Bergan Mercy Radiologic Technology programs.
Respiratory Therapy is an allied health specialty instrumental in providing diagnosis, treatment, management and preventive care of patients with cardio/pulmonary problems. One of the most rapidly growing fields of paramedical study, Respiratory Therapy today offers a wide variety of exciting career challenges and opportunities.
The CHI Health School of Respiratory Therapy has been in existence since 1972. It was the first respiratory therapy school in the state. The CHI Health School of Respiratory Therapy is affiliated with Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska, and University of Nebraska-Kearney in Kearney, Nebraska. These colleges award credit for the courses taught at CHI Health Immanuel.