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September 18, 2015

Care Dimensions seek applicants for nurse residency program
Danvers Herald


Care Dimensions’ inaugural nurse residents. Back row, from left: residency program coordinator Susan Lysaght Hurley; Melissa Parziale; Leigh Finan; and Erin Dunphy. Front row, from left: Corey Chandler; Cidalia Silva; residency program lead educator Kaveri Roy. Courtesy Photo


DANVERS - Care Dimensions is seeking applications for its second class of hospice nurse residents, which will start in February 2016. The nurse residency program is suitable for new nursing graduates and experienced nurses who are looking to work in hospice for the first time. The first group of residents began in August.

Care Dimensions and Regis College were the recipients of the $249,000 Massachusetts Health Care Workforce Transformation Fund Training Grant in December, which was awarded to encourage economic growth by supporting innovation in the Commonwealth’s health care industry.

The two organizations have been working together to develop and implement two training initiatives: a nurse residency program and the creation of online learning modules for clinical staff.

Both initiatives were implemented to enhance healthcare staff engagement and retention and ultimately enhance patient care. The application deadline for the residency beginning Feb. 1, 2016, must be completed by 4:30 p.m. Oct. 16. For information: caredimensions.org/residency.DANVERS

Care Dimensions is seeking applications for its second class of hospice nurse residents, which will start in February 2016. The nurse residency program is suitable for new nursing graduates and experienced nurses who are looking to work in hospice for the first time. The first group of residents began in August.

Care Dimensions and Regis College were the recipients of the $249,000 Massachusetts Health Care Workforce Transformation Fund Training Grant in December, which was awarded to encourage economic growth by supporting innovation in the Commonwealth’s health care industry.

The two organizations have been working together to develop and implement two training initiatives: a nurse residency program and the creation of online learning modules for clinical staff.

Both initiatives were implemented to enhance healthcare staff engagement and retention and ultimately enhance patient care.

The application deadline for the residency beginning Feb. 1, 2016, must be completed by 4:30 p.m. Oct. 16. For information: caredimensions.org/residency.


Since 1978, Care Dimensions has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in more than 90 communities in Eastern Massachusetts.