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CNA License Could I work In a Hospital?

  1. 0 Hello There
    I've been contemplating whether or not to allow my
    license expire come March 2005(expires then).
    After becoming burnt out working in the LTC and
    Alzheimer's Facilities I've come the realization they aren't
    of my choice to work in. I've loved the nursing, yet I'm unsure of where I could work using my CNA License.
    Could I use my CNA and work in a Hospital, perhaps further my nursing future?
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  3. Visit  Mimi2RN profile page
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    Yes, you can work in a hospital. If you plan on furthering your education, it's a good idea to check into your local hospitals. Some of our CNA's have gone on to get their RN, in fact the hospital will work with you, so you have time and money to go to school.