Accepting applications beginning January 1, 2020
Training in integrated care for
the complex future.
Our residency program is designed to provide new nurse practitioners experience in an integrated model of care
including the depth, volume and pace required to serve
as a primary care provider.
Candidates are recent graduates of Masters or DNP programs, certified, or will be board-certified by the start of the program.
12 months, full-time salaried position
Precepted Continuity Clinics
Weekly Didactic Sessions
Our residency program is a 12-month, full-time salaried position, offering a comprehensive benefits package including:
Competitive salary for residency
Paid malpractice insurance
Group medical, dental insurance
403(b) retirement plan
Paid time off
Employee wellness program
Supplemental vision, disability, accident and life insurance
Nurse practitioner residents receive the same clinical and administrative support as other primary care providers
including IT, billing, and others.
Employment opportunities available after completion of the residency program.
For questions, email ResidencyNP@jordanvalley.org
Brandon Trumble, NP
Nurse Practitioner Residency
A graduate of Missouri State University, Brandon has been a Nurse Practitioner
for over six years at Jordan Valley Community Health Center, working in our Marshfield clinic. He has a passion for teaching and preparing fellow nurse practitioners for the complexities and challenges in health care, taking care of the underserved and diverse patient population seen through a community health center.
“I enjoy educating and working with adults and children with their unique health needs, their goals and navigating the challenges of their disparities.”
Precepted Continuity Clinics – These are
the cornerstones of the residency program. Residents develop their own patient panel
while having a preceptor (APRN) exclusively assigned to them. (40%)
Specialty Rotations – Month-long rotations in high-risk, high-volume, and high-burden areas most commonly encountered in FQHC settings. (20%)
Mentored Clinics – Residents focus on acute and episodic care and work as part of an integrated care team, seeing patients under the direction of a mentor PCP who is available for
Weekly Didactic Sessions – Formal learning sessions on a variety of complex clinical challenges most commonly encountered in
FQHCs. Continuing Medical Education Credit is provided for these sessions. (10%)
Project ECHO® – Residents join a video conference that connects primary care providers with a multidisciplinary team of specialists to improve the management of patients with conditions that interest the nurse practitioner, hosted through University of Missouri Telehealth. (10%)
and many more.