What you may find very funny is that you will be allowed to do more medical care in hospital as a tech. then you would as a CNA. I have no idea why. I am a tech and was trained to do blood draws,ekg's,tube feed set up,mark iv bags, report I&0's (ie write down input & output and then computer chart it), do blood sugars, vitals, and even change small dressings. This as well as patient care, ie bed baths, shower baths,turn/positon,
toileting,feeding, tray set up,walking, ROM, restraints,doing urine,fecal & sputum samples as well as throat cultures.
I have applied for a CNA course and have been told I am overqualified and may be able to test out. The supervisor is looking at my qualifications now and is going to let me know.
I have no idea why I said all this...lol
oh,now I remember, if you want more medical experience you may want to consider a tech position in hospital, the money will be less than an CNA(go figure?)but the experience will make up for it. Good luck in whatever you decide to do!