Joondalup Health Campus
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Nursing & Midwifery Programs

Clinical enhancement programs are available to suitably qualified nursing staff (usually a minimum of one year post registration). These programs aim to provide structured learning opportunities within specialty areas to enhance your transition into the area. As they become available, programs are advertised on www.amazingcareers.com.au

  • Critical care
  • Emergency
  • Perioperative
  • Paediatric
  • Mental health
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Special Care Nursery

To support newly qualified nursing graduates who are registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia in their transition to the workplace, JHC provides employment opportunities and guided learning through our graduate nurse programs for enrolled and registered nurses. These are structured graduate programs for registered and enrolled nurses that offer the opportunity for new practitioners to develop confidence and competence within a supportive environment, contributing to their individual growth as well as the growth of the nursing profession for the future.

Intakes for these programs are available twice a year.

The registered nurse program offers:

  • 12-month structured program with rotations in medical / rehabilitation / surgical areas
  • Preceptor and staff development support
  • Dedicated graduate program facilitator
  • Competency based orientation / assessment
  • Structured education program including study days
  • Specialty programs available in - Mental Health - Paediatrics – Perioperative.

The enrolled nurse program offers:

  • 12-month structured program with rotations in medical / rehabilitation / surgical areas
  • Preceptor and staff development support
  • Dedicated graduate program coordinator
  • Competency based orientation / assessment
  • Structured education program including study days
  • Specialty programs are available in:
    • Mental Health
    • Paediatrics
    • Perioperative
    • Womens Health

For more information visit Ramsay Health Care Careers

To apply, contact Grad Connect

The post graduate student midwifery program offers the student midwife an opportunity to apply midwifery theory to practice in a variety of obstetric settings.

During your university course you are employed by Joondalup Health Campus as your sponsoring hospital, where you will be allocated specific clinical placements on a rotational program to assist in achieving both your learning outcomes and clinical competence requirements of your course.

A rotational timetable is planned in advance, including placements as follows:

  • Antenatal Clinic
  • Birth Suite
  • Antenatal and postnatal ward
  • Special Care Nursery
  • Lactation Consultant

Throughout your training you will be assisted with your learning outcomes by our midwifery staff and university sponsored clinical facilitators. You will also have the support of a dedicated course coordinator.

Regular reflective weekly meetings and tutorials are held throughout your training by the course coordinator and facilitator.

At Joondalup Health Campus, we offer a unique opportunity to learn and develop as a midwife across both the public and private service. We provide you with ongoing support throughout the course, including the opportunity to apply for the Graduate Midwifery Program at the end of your training.

Student placements are advertised at www.amazingcareers.com.au

The Graduate Midwifery Program is a 12-month program which enables newly qualified midwives who are registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia to apply theory to practice. Providing a structured Midwifery Graduate Program allows newly qualified midwives to develop confidence and competence within a supportive environment.

Intakes for these programs are available twice a year.

The rotations cover the following areas:

  • Antenatal clinic
  • Labour ward
  • Post/Ante natal ward
  • Neonatal Unit.

The 12-month structured program provides:

  • Study days
  • Mandatory competency training and assessment in obstetric emergencies
  • Mentorship and staff development support
  • Regular contact with the dedicated course coordinator and facilitator
  • Reflective educational monthly meetings.

For more information visit Ramsay Health Care Careers

To apply, contact Grad Connect

Joondalup Health Campus (JHC) provides clinical practice opportunities to nursing undergraduates and trainee enrolled nurses. The support of students at JHC includes partnerships and affiliations with metropolitan universities, training colleges and private providers.

Students gain practical experience in medical, surgical, rehabilitation, emergency, maternity and specialty areas (including mental health and theatres), supported by JHC preceptors and Clinical Facilitators from either JHC or the institution. A comprehensive hospital and departmental orientation is provided to all students to ensure familiarisation with the culture and expectations of the hospital environment.

Partnership programs are supported through agreements with institutions through which chosen students are allocated all their clinical placements at JHC. The program ensures continuity in experiences and increases the learning time available to the students, as they are familiar with the environment and processes.

All national and international undergraduate nursing clinical placements are managed through Student Placement Agreements and UndergradPlus Agreements with affiliated universities. As such individuals cannot apply for clinical placement directly to JHC, applications are accepted via participating institutions only. For further information on partnered universities and institutions please visit UnderGradPlus.

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