Certified Medication Aide Program Overview
Our Certified Medication Aide program will train you in typical job responsibilities, including preparing patients for examinations, taking medical histories, administering medication as requested by the attending physician, performing electrocardiograms, changing wound dressings or removing stitches, collecting samples for lab testing, serving as liaisons between doctors and patients, and fulfilling various administrative functions (e.g., scheduling appointments, coding medical services, preparing insurance forms, maintaining medical records, etc). Start a CMA career at long-term care facilities, facilities for the developmentally disabled, residential care facilities, and adult daycare facilities.
Evening Program Schedule
|Program Dates||Program Days||Program Time|
|9.13.21 – 10.25.21||Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
|54 Total Hours||Refund Policy||Student Resources|
|All must be met/submitted one week before the start of the course:|
|18 years of age or older|
|High School Diploma or GED|
|Current CNA Certification in LTC, HH, or DDCA|
|Currently employed as a CNA for the past six months|
|Submit a valid Tuberculosis (TB) Skin Test test from within the past 12 months|
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6.1.21 Daytime, 9.13.21 Evening