The adult registered nurse new graduate program (NGP) is dedicated to new graduate registered nurses who enter the adult nursing profession at Loma Linda University Medical Center. Adult nursing boot camp is a series of comprehensive orientation classes and is the core educational program of the adult NGP. In celebration of their achievement and completion of boot camp, participants are invited to a luncheon to commend them for the commitment and hard work they display as registered nurses at Loma Linda University Medical Center. Pictured in the new class are (front row, from left): Marie Orogo-Melendrez, RN, unit 4200; Sharmel Weerasinghe, unit 8100 educator; Mary Arellano, RN, unit 1200; Megan Tooker, RN, unit 4700; Ivone Pinontoan, RN, unit 7300; Johanne Bastien, RN, unit 9100; Thomas Pawlak, RN, unit 8200; Jennifer Odom, RN, unit 7200 educator; Judy Bell, RN, unit 7200 nurse manager; Penny Amornvut, RN, unit 7100 educator; Debbie Nkumba, RN, unit 6200/6300 educator; Laura Zavala, RN, unit 7300 educator. (Center row, from left): Lacey Tetzler, RN, unit 8200; Angela Adame, RN, unit 7200; Heidi Walker, RN, unit 8100; Melissa Gonzalez, RN, unit 1400; Carolyn Marlow, RN, staff development educator; Beth Cook, RN, unit 7300 nurse manager; Sandra Letts, RN, unit 4200/4700 educator; Paul Becker, RN, unit 7300. (Back row, from left): Diana Berchem, RN, clinical edge; Liberty Mabena, RN, unit 4200; Andrea Mason, RN, 8100 nurse manager; and Justin Carter, RN, unit 7100.