An RN to MD bridge program would theoretically be a program that shortens the time a person with an RN degree would need to complete an MD. According to alliedhealthworld.com, no such program exists.
While there is no shortcut for registered nurses to get an MD, nurses can pursue a variety of other transitional or bridge programs. According to alliedhealthworld.com, registered nurses can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Master of Science in Nursing, a Doctor of Nursing Practice or a Nursing PhD. Each of the advanced degrees offers different curricular content and opens different career opportunities for an RN who completes them.