Health First Hosts Draft Day for Nurses
Melbourne, FL - In the spirit of the NFL's Draft Day, Health First recently gave its nurses their very own First Round Draft and Signing Day. On Wednesday, April 27 at Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center, 16 new nursing school graduates signed with Health First for their first jobs as Registered Nurses.
Prior to attending nursing school, the 16 associates previously worked within Health First as nurse technicians, emergency department technicians and logistics specialists. The new nurses also received certificates they earned through continuing education and scholarship opportunities provided by Health First.
Many Health First associates are eligible for partial tuition reimbursement each year. For more information, please contact Student Experience Specialist Debbie Holland at 321.434.7391 or email@example.com.
To learn more about beginning a career with Health First, visit www.health-first/careers.org.
Pictured L-R: Health First Chief Nursing Officer Connie Bradley, Newly-Signed Health First Nurse Cristina Tatum and Health First Chief Human Resources Officer Paula Just.