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- Nursing re-entry
If you’re looking to re-start your nursing future after a family break or time in another career, please consider our hospital’s options to support you to become re-registered and ward-ready.
Now it’s your time to shine.
We welcome interest from midwives and nurses keen to return to practice and can support you by paying your course fees - worth up to $11,000 or assisting you to achieve your supervised practice hours.
Our Re-entry to Practice program enables nurses and midwives to meet Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) registration standards as outlined by AHPRA.
What’s life like as a nurse at Murdoch? See our Heart of Murdoch page, dedicated to our nursing recruitment.
Fiona’s re-entry to nursing story
After making contact with nursing executives, Murdoch was supportive in getting me back on the ward and enabled me to grow my skills in new areas. I was given the opportunity to go into palliative care which is where I found my passion.
Doing the required hours was worth it, to become more experienced in an area of nursing I hadn’t previously experienced as well as becoming re-registered with AHPRA.
I realised over time, that to me, Murdoch has always felt like home.
I have had some amazing managers and colleagues who I have gone on my nursing journey with and have always loved that part of the hospital. If you give the opportunities to people to grow and become more experienced, it’ll benefit both the hospital and caregivers in the long run.
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