Nurse Entry to Practice
Clinical practice acquired through working clinically with the Registered Nurses scope of practice in your chosen field.
Preceptorship: each new grad is allocated a preceptor who will provide teaching and coaching throughout your entire programme.
Academic component: while gaining the clinical practical experience, graduates will also participate in mandatory theoretical study.
Nurses and midwives are at the heart of the healthcare sector. We make up more than
3,480 full-time positions at Auckland DHB and are the largest workforce our organisation employs.
We therefore have a wide variety of specialisms and areas you can choose from for your work place options, which are;
Adult Health: Aged Residential Care, reablement, medical, surgical, emergency and trauma, intensive care and high dependency, blood and cancer, district nursing, perioperative, primary health care, cardiac care (coronary care), public health nursing and women’s health.
Child Health: Neonates (NICU), paediatric intensive care, medical, surgical, orthopaedics, cardiac, blood and cancer, children’s emergency and community child health.