Where can I get a CNA in Oregon? - page 2
i was wondering where in oregon i could get a cna. how long do the programs usually take and what does it entail? how much does it cost? any info would be much appreciated. thanks!! :)... Read More
Oct 25, '09Joined: Oct '09; Posts: 5Quote from FutureRNMichaelYou find the complete list of sites avalible at the State Board of Nursing website here in PDF Form(You need Adobe Acrobat): http://www.oregon.gov/OSBN/pdfs/CNA_CMAprograms.pdf
Be careful where you pick because nursing homes need people and they will pay for your training/certification/state test so in a way, the ball is in your court..
I am a CNA currently, have worked in Nursing Homes and Adult & Geriatric Psych. If you have any more questions, i'd be happy to help you.
Best of luck!
do you know of any cna programs specifically in portland?
do you know of any nursing homes that pay you for your training in portland?
Dec 30, '09Joined: Dec '09; Posts: 24I took my CNA 3 years ago from cascade medical school in 4 weeks, it was about $1000, they have CNA programs it seems like at just about any community college, if you get hired at certain places sometimes they pay off your CNA class costs. I worked at legacy meridian park for about 3 months and then got into nursing school, hospitals are in my opinion a lot nicer than nursing homes to work in, i got lucky and was working there just weekends, now if you want to work in a hospital oregon you have to have your CNA2.