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

Important Announcements

2018 Graduate Nurse and Midwife Positions- Applications now open!

Applications for available positions post PMCV Computermatch in our 2018 Graduate Nurse and Midwifery Programs are now open. Please note that international students and interstate applicants are eligible to apply for these positions. For more information please click on the 'How to Apply' link below!

Accelerated Graduate Midwife Program (Post Graduate Entry) (AGMP)

Applications are now open for post graduate midwifery students looking to consolidate their midwifery practice within an accelerated Graduate Midwifery Program. For more information please click the 'How to Apply' button below for the link to the job advertisement.

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Contact Us

 

Clinical Education Coordinator – Graduate Programs

Christina Campbell

 

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Graduate Nurse Program Managers

Ann Marie Mullan

9594 7779

Stacey Rogers

9594 7732

gnp@monashhealth.org


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Graduate Midwifery Program Manager

Anna OConnell

9594 7732

gmp@monashhealth.org

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Mental Health Graduate Nurse Program Coordinator

Shelley Black

9792 7587

shelley.black@monashhealth.org

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Aboriginal Graduate & Cadetship Program Coordinator

Judy Clayton

9594 7732

AboriginalGCProgram@monashhealth.org

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.