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train for a rewarding career in healthcare

A certified nursing assistant (CNA) works in a variety of healthcare settings, taking care of patients by performing tasks such as taking vital signs, assisting patients in and out of bed, assisting with medical procedures, tidying patient rooms, and monitoring patients. 


EMT Associates Nursing Assistant (NA) is an Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN)-approved program consisting of 65 hours of classroom time and lab skills demonstrations, as well as 40 hours of clinical practice in a skilled nursing facility. This training allows students to obtain employment in many areas of healthcare, such as assisted living facilities, intermediate care facilities, and skilled nursing facilities. 


Our experienced instructors ensure that students are trained to all OSBN standards, giving them an opportunity to experience success in this challenging and rewarding field. 


For more information on becoming a Nursing Assistant, visit the OSBN NA Certification Information Page

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