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Nurse Practitioner Residency Program

                   12 Months Can Change your life AND The lives of People Who need Quality Healthcare. 


What does it take to become the Nurse Practitioner the world needs?

For you, maybe all it will take is commitment, dedication, and first-class training.  Apply to the Henry J. Austin Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, now serving Gloucester, Cumberland and Cape May Counties, and train at nearby CompleteCare Health Network.  TCNJ is a partner in this program.


As a Nurse Practitioner Resident, you will:

• Help provide much-needed primary care to vulnerable and under-served people in cities, rural areas, and migrant health worker communities.

• Work with a primary care provider. 

Learn about behavioral health, women’s health, clinical pharmacy, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), HIV/hepatitis management, community population health, pediatrics, chiropractic pain management, infectious disease, mobile health unit and more.

• Deliver trauma-informed care in a team environment. 

• Work in mentored sessions at a community health center. 

• After one year, you may have an opportunity for continued employment. 

• While enrolled in the program, residents receive a modest salary and are highly valued for employment after the internship due to residency experience.


12 months really can change your life and and give you the chance to change lives daily. 


TCNJ is a partner in this program.

Apply today!   Website Coming Soon!

Email: or call 609.278.5915 

Henry J. Austin Health Center

Henry J. Austin Nurse Practitioner Residency Program

TCNJ is currently accepting applications for the RN-BSN program, but owing to exceptionally high enrollment and retention, the Department of Nursing has no capacity for external transfer students seeking admission to the undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program for the 2023-2024 academic year. This notice will be updated if capacity allows for applications to be submitted through the Office of Admissions for the 2023-2024 academic year