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  1. Questions about CNA Exam.
    when you take your exam keep in mind that it is "hospital usa" meaning every patient can assist ( roll to their side, get up, walk.. etc) and speak to you. if you get denture care there will be a...
    Aug 23, '10
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant
  2. Patient Care Tech/CNA-same thing?
    hi- you can work as a patient care tech as long as you have your cna certificate. i just got hired as a patient care tech at one of my local hospitals in the oncology department. they are going to...
    Aug 9, '10
    Forum: Patient Care Technician / Assistants
  3. pct/nurse tech wages
    as a new cna, i got hired at a hospital in connecticut and got started at $14/hr. on weekends i get paid $16/hr.
    Jul 16, '10
    Forum: Patient Care Technician / Assistants
  4. Announce that you passed your CNA exam here!
    I PASSED!!!!! July 1, 2010!!!! :yeah: If all goes well, I will be starting school for the Fall semester to finish up my pre-reqs for NURSING SCHOOL!! Congratulations to all of the new grads.....
    Jul 2, '10
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant
  5. American Red Cross CNA Classes
    I'm actually in CT.. but hopefully all Red Cross locations have the same format. I'm so excited!!! Good Luck to you as well!! Thanks for responding. :D
    Mar 4, '10
    Forum: Connecticut Nursing
  6. American Red Cross CNA Classes
    Heeeeey!! I'm starting my CNA classes at the American Red Cross on March 15th!! :yeah: I was wondering if the class includes a stethoscope and/or other supplies and if we are trained in CPR...
    Feb 19, '10
    Forum: Connecticut Nursing
  7. anyone take the course through American Red Cross?
    I'm taking mine in CT. We have to wear an all white uniform for all 4 weeks of the day program. It's Monday through Thursday 9am to 3:15pm and clinicals is the last week 7:30am to 1:30pm.
    Feb 12, '10
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant
  8. What are your aspirations?
    Hello :) I agree with coffeebabe51. I aspire to complete my CNA course, pass my exam to become certified, and then to find a place of employment that I can be appreciated and mean something...
    Feb 5, '10
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant


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