Medical Assistant vs. Nurses Aide, whats the differences? - page 2
Greetings. I am currently looking to relocate my job closer to my home and schooling. I have not had to look for work as I have been at my position for about....welll a few years! I currently am... Read More
Oct 5, '05Joined: Oct '05; Posts: 6Yes. Most facilities require only that you have graduated from an accredited MA school/program.Quote from truesnI think we may be missing a critical point....can she work as a MA without being certified??
Oct 5, '05Occupation: RN Specialty: 20 year(s) of experience in ICU, PICC Nurse, Nursing Supervisor ; From: TX, US ; Joined: Apr '04; Posts: 5,001; Likes: 1,902Yes you can. However, she can not work as a CNA in a LTC without being certified. Being a MA and CNA are completly different in their responsibilities. There is very little similarities.
Quote from truesnI think we may be missing a critical point....can she work as a MA without being certified??