Nurse Residency Program

Nurse Residency Program

Community Medical Center is excited to announce our Nurse Residency Program!  Nurses participating in this program will gain experience in Level II and Level III NICU care; Labor and Delivery; Obstetrics  and be able to take these skills back to your facility to optimize the care of newborns and mothers in their community. The program will be tailored to the individual’s experience and needs.

An affiliation agreement needs to be in place to go forward with a nurse resident placement for educational rotations. This can sometimes take some time. Please contact us as soon as possible to ensure an agreement is current and in place well in advance of an educational experience. This cannot be done by the individual departments and must be approved by the Nurse Residency Program Coordinator.

Paperwork, Documentation and Requirement Information for RotationsPlease review the attached documents that include the requirements for doing an educational rotation at Community Medical Center

Nurse Resident Instructions:

  1. Review Western MT Nurse Resident Checklist/Orientation Manual (Read only)
  2. RCCH Code of Conduct (Read only)
  3. Tobacco Free Policy (Read only)
  4. Disaster_Brochure  (Ready only)

Fill out Background Release Form in case we need to get a copy of the background check from the school for an audit or submit a copy of the background check with the Background Release Form. In some cases the school may not provide a background check for students. If this is the case, the student will be responsible for providing a criminal background check along with exclusion list checks from  the national sexual offender registry search http://www.nsopw.gov/en-us Please check with your hospital contact to see if this is your responsibility to avoid delays in starting your student experience with Community Medical Center.
Background Check/Release Form (Print and return) 

Nurse Resident Forms:

Facility Forms:

Additional Forms required for specific Nurse Residents

Please e-mail Hope Evans hevans@communitymed.org  (406)327-4038 a list of all your nurse residents names for Cerner access.

Any documents that need to be filled out (not including the documents that were for review only) will need to be turned in to Human Resources by the Nurse Resident to receive CMC ID Badge and prior to the start of a rotation.  Nurse Resident must present a state or government issued ID in order to obtain thier CMC ID badge.   

Contact Information

Maria Phillips, Nurse Resident Program Coordinator
Phone: (406)327-4009
Fax: (406)327-4497
Email: mphillips@communitymed.org