Nurse Practitioner Residency

How to Apply and Questions

Applications are currently Open.  

To apply, go here: Recruitment (adp.com)

A complete application has the following:

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume, which includes your RN, ARNP and DEA numbers (if applicable).
  • Academic transcripts from graduate school program. (Unofficial transcripts are accepted).
  • Personal statement (please answer the following questions in two pages or less)
    • Why are you interested in the Nurse Practitioner Residency Program at HealthPoint?
    • Why are you interested in primary care and community health?
    • What has your experience been working with people from diverse and underserved backgrounds?
    • What are your long-term career plans?
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation (Please send letters of recommendation to: npresidency@healthpointchc.org)
    • One from an academic source.
    • One from a professional source, such as a preceptor or clinical supervisor

All application materials for the AY24-25 program year are due 2/12/2024.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the residency qualify for loan repayment?

HealthPoint qualifies for student loan repayment through NurseCorps and Washington Health Corps | WSAC. We also qualify for HRSA loan repayment.  Each site has a different HPSA score and funding varies year to year. As of 2022, HealthPoint sites qualify for HRSA funding. The residency year does not qualify for loan repayment; but the second year of employment does. 

What is the estimated starting salary as a resident and then after the first year?

Year one salary (residency year): $85,667.99 Year two salary (full time provider): $114,223.98

How many work hours are expected each week? Are there clinical vs. non-clinical hours?

This is a full-time position of 40 hours a week. Regular work hours are 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday. There may be some evening or Saturday hours for specialty rotations. Residents will also take call twice a year. Clinical hours account for 80% of the time. There may be the need to work outside of regularly scheduled hours, as sometimes comes up with salaried positions.

Should the two-page personal statement be double or single spaced?

Single spaced.