Graduate Program

Monash Health offers a Graduate program which will support you in an educational and clinical environment as you make the exciting transition from student to registered nurse and/or midwife.

 Monash Health offers the following Graduate Programs:

  • Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery
  • Nursing (Dandenong and Monash Programs)
  • Mid Year
  • Combined Nursing and Midwifery
  • Midwifery
  • Mental Health

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Contacts

Graduate Nurse Program Support Managers
AnnMarie Mullan & Stacey Rogers
Ph. (03) 9594 7779
Mob. 0466 027 970 
         0466 204 135 

Graduate Program Admin Office
Administration Assistant
gnp@monashhealth.org
Ph. (03) 9594 2876

Graduate Midwife Program Manager
Anna OConnell
9594 7732
gmp@monashhealth.org

Mental Health Graduate Nurse Program

Graduate Co-ordinator
Shelley Black
Email

 Aboriginal Graduate and Cadetship Program Coordinator

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Judy Clayton
Ph: 0408 384 494
judy.clayton@monashhealth.org

Aboriginal Graduate Program Information Flyer

What is life like as a Monash Health graduate?

 

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“I am currently completing my first rotation at Casey Hospital and feel so welcome in my ward. I have the support of my clinical educators and they visit almost every shift. The ward staff are friendly and supportive which I feel is very valuable to me as a Grad Nurse.” – Medhawini Edirisinghe, 2017 Monash Health Graduate Nurse.

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“My first 2 months at Monash Medical Centre have been nothing but enjoyable. I’ve felt challenged & have had to work really hard, but support is easy to access. I really feel like every shift I grow as a nurse and my practice is always getting better. I’d recommend the Graduate Nurse Program at Monash to everyone!” – Jaimee Abbott, 2017 Monash Health Graduate Nurse.

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“I’ve gained experience – and lots of it! I feel really well grounded now that I’m nearing the end of my graduate year. I’ve not only developed my midwifery skills and knowledge but have learnt about myself as a budding practitioner. It has been a very valuable experience which I am so happy to have done!” – Kelly Maree Maughan, Monash Health June 2016 Graduate Midwife.

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“I really enjoyed having a preceptor. We would catch up out of work for a coffee and debrief. It was also really comforting that we always had access to our educators through their pagers.” – Claire Carew, 2016 Monash Health Graduate Midwife.

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“In mental health, we have an intense orientation period and study days. That support is so helpful and useful - really necessary for transitioning into the mental health environment.” – Stephanie Verstanding, Monash Health 2016 Mental Health Graduate Nurse.