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Growing Your Career

Whether you are just starting out, or are a seasoned professional, developing and growing within your field or industry is important to continued success and personal fulfillment.

We want to make sure you are getting what you need from your career and seek to provide you with the tools to do so, including:

  • Career Coaches
  • Online learning and development courses through SkillSoft
  • Certificate programs
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) allowance (position dependent)
  • Tuition assistance for clinical roles
  • On-site professional development opportunities

Internal Resources 

Presbyterian has a robust Talent Development department that specializes in career growth, personal and professional development. 

From internally-developed trainings to the SkillSoft platform of How2onDemand, we are continuously adding new learning opportunities for our employees including webinars, videos, reading material, hands-on workshops, certificate programs and more.

Fellowship and Residency Programs

We have fellowship and residency programs for both new and seasoned healthcare professionals, including:

Population Health Fellowship

The Presbyterian Population Health Fellowship for primary care physicians is designed for physicians interested in careers in primary-care-based, patient-centered population health.

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Pharmacy Residencies

Presbyterian offers a pharmacy practice residency. The residency is a flexible program designed to provide the resident with a unique experience in both clinical and administrative practice.

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Nursing Residencies

Placements are available at Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital in Albuquerque or Rust Medical Center in Rio Rancho in the following areas:

  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Department
  • Transition to Practice: Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care
  • Operating Room
  • Perianesthesia
  • Pediatric

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Rural Family Practice and Midwifery Nurse Practitioner Residency

This residency is for newly graduated providers who are interested in starting their professional career in a rural setting. This program is in clinic settings that serve high proportions of patients who are low-income, minority, low health literacy, and have multiple, complex health issues.

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Student and Faculty Opportunities

We provide opportunities for students and instructors through various programs at Presbyterian including job shadows, internships, and academic coordination positions.

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