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Nurse Practitioner Post-Graduate Residency Program

About the Program

The WCCHC Nurse Practitioner (NP) Post-Graduate Residency Program began in 2015 to help new family and adult nurse practitioners expand their competency to deliver comprehensive, patient-centered primary care services. The program offers the NP a 12-month, full-time salaried position working directly with specialists and primary care providers to increase their confidence and knowledge in caring for patients – especially those with multiple chronic conditions. In addition to hands-on experience in the clinics, the residents also attend lectures on a variety of subjects that build on their current knowledge of disease processes, treatment options and medications.

This innovative program is just one of the ways WCCHC is successfully addressing provider shortages by “growing their own healers”. All nine residents have accepted full-time permanent positions at WCCHC. (Seven residents have been accepted for the program year beginning August, 2017.)


New Applicants - How to Apply

Applications will be accepted from January 1 – March 1, 2018 for the program year beginning August, 2018.

If you are a recent NP Graduate (within 24 months) and committed to working in an underserved community, we encourage you to consider submitting your application. For more information, please email us at npresidency@wcchc.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Important Dates

March 1, 2018
Application Deadline for Primary Care NP Residency

April 1, 2018
Application Deadline for Psychiatric Mental Health NP Residency

Congratulations to our 2017 NP residency program graduates!

Heather Salvador, APRN
Vu Dinh, APRN
Argenita Balinbin APRN
Alex Munding, APRN
Shanda Lewis, APRN
Jackson Huang, APRN

NP-Grads Top row (left to right) Heather Salvador, Vu Dinh, Argenita Balinbin and Residency Director Pat McKenzie. Bottom row (left to right) Alex Munding, Shanda Lewis and Jackson Huang

Class of 2018 Residents

Class-of-2018-Residents

2016 Graduates

NP-Grads