NICU Fellowship

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NICU Fellowship

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is a $12  billion integrated global nonprofit health enterprise. UPMC’s mission is to share clinical, technological, and managerial expertise with partners globally

The applicant must be a Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing to be considered for fellowship. Aim of the fellowship is to provide individualized care for infants with a variety of problems such as prematurity, metabolic, physical or congenital defects.

Monetary Support:The UPMC awards individual fellows with a temporary employment and amount of $23 an hour for classroom and clinical hours.


Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.

BSN preferred.

GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred.

This program is for GNs/RNs with no previous experience practicing as a RN.

Participants of the fellowship will work 40 hours a week, working 8-hour rotating shifts, including some evenings, nights and weekends.

If at the end of the fellowship you successfully obtain a FT position it will be conducted as an internal transfer into a Staff Nurse position with the appropriate rate of pay, employment status, and benefits.



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