i'm looking for cna program on long island

  1. are there any hospitals or nursing homes offering program for CNA or any place that is offering course i'm umeployed and i'm a medical assistant, medical biller and hha
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  3. by   jr8456
    Boces in Dix Hills has a CNA and an LPN program. Good Luck!
  4. by   SitcomNurse
    Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook offers a CNA program, then you can work there or at the hospital.

    good luck
  5. by   Hydakins
    I went to Uniondale High--> you can look into schools in queens also without much of a problem commuting. In LI: BOCES has the program. I went to the NY Medical Training School in Flushing for my Medical Assistant certification about 5 years ago and then went back earlier this year to do the CNA course. The professors are very good and have been there for a long time. The prices and reasonable and they have payment plans. Go to www.nymedtraining.com if you'd like to learn more. They have a weekend and weekday programs. Im not 100% sure, but I think that the Allen School on Jamiaca Ave. offers it also, but I personally am not a fan of that school. My mother used to teach the LPN course and I have a friend that got her CMA cert there while I was at NY Med. I didnt like the stories that I heard. I know of quite a few in Manhattan (especially where I did my Dialysis Tech course), but I dont want to list them without knowing if you are willing to travel there.
  6. by   Hydakins
    Winthrop Hospital (it doesnt get any closer to home) and Glen Cove Hospital offer courses also. If I hear of anymore, I will post them.
  7. by   nymia78
    thank u for info i found and got into a free cna class and it's on long island and 10 weeks day classes is what is being offered.i'm also a medical assistant , medical biller and hha i have cert's

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