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cna in charlotte/NC?

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by glitterygirl glitterygirl (New Member) New Member

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i tried posting in the region section but I dot think it gets as much "traffic".Any CNA's in charlotte?Please tell me what school you went to for your CNA and why.Did you love it?hate it?lol

There seems to be MANY places that have programmes....But I know some are "fast track" and therefore not ussable by SOME RN schools as the req to get in

Im going the be an LPN first(hopefully) so its not urgent...just trying to get the plan into motion

thanks guys

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~PedsRN~ has 4 years experience and works as a Pediatric Nurse.

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I challenged out of the CNA.... and currently attend Queens / Presby School of Nursing. However, I think they have changed their admission requirements. I know a LOT of my classmates did their CNA thru Queens and really loved it. It's $$$ though.... there is always CPCC! I know several who did it there as well and enjoyed it as well. Definitely a cheaper route.

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I challenged out of the CNA.... and currently attend Queens / Presby School of Nursing. However, I think they have changed their admission requirements. I know a LOT of my classmates did their CNA thru Queens and really loved it. It's $$$ though.... there is always CPCC! I know several who did it there as well and enjoyed it as well. Definitely a cheaper route.

thanks!!!!Ill look into it

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I went to Carolinas College of Health Sciences - next to CMC Main. I liked it but it was a HUGE class (I think we had around 60-75 students), so the lecture part is basically just that - but they give you an outline of each lecture and you just have to add to it if you feel like you need to. I picked that school because at the time, I was working for a doctors' office near Presbyterian Hospital, so Carolinas College was easy to get to after work. For clinicals, they try to match you up to the nursing home or rehab center that's closest to where you live, so at least you don't have to drive very far.

I think CPCC might be a bit cheaper, though, so that seems like a good option, too.

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