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What is a C.N.A.?

A C.N.A. is a Certified Nurse Assistant who assists with providing care to patients in environments such as skilled nursing facilities, acute care hospitals, and home health agencies.

What does a C.N.A. do?

A C.N.A.’s duties can be summed up in four words: Certified Nurse Assistants CARE. While caring for patients, C.N.A.s assist patients with “Activities of Daily Living”, monitoring vital signs, and dietary concerns, and in general, assisting licensed medical professionals with important health procedures.

Does training to be a C.N.A. cost anything?

On the contrary, you receive a paycheck as you learn your new skill! Also, receiving your certificate as a Certified Nurse Assistant is just the beginning for a lot of our recruits. There are endless opportunities for advancement after becoming a C.N.A.

How long does training take?

In just eight to twelve weeks, you will complete the training required to obtain a State Certificate in this important and in-demand medical field. Training is broken into contact hours and clinic practice.

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