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  1. I have to reapply this year cause I still have to take the TEAS test.
  2. have you been accepted?
  3. josebeltran88

    Grossmont Health Occupations LVN Program

    Oh good, you've got the TEAS test out of the way. I still have to take it in March, and I'm studying for it. How was that test for you? How did you study? So you were going to attend National? I'm not on a wait list for City because I have to complete the ROP healthcare essentials course, which I start this month on the 24th.
  4. josebeltran88

    Grossmont Health Occupations LVN Program

    Cool! And yes, we are definitely on the same route. Are you preparing for the TEAS test?
  5. josebeltran88

    Grossmont Health Occupations LVN Program

    Yes I did. Thanks. Are you an applicant to this program?
  6. josebeltran88

    Just Finished TEAS Test

    are talking to me??
  7. josebeltran88

    Just Finished TEAS Test

    Do you plan on selling your ATI test prep booklet?
  8. josebeltran88

    Grossmont Health Occupations LVN Program

    Im taking some classes required for acceptance into the Grossmont Health Occupations Center LVN program. I would like to know if anyone is applying to this program located in San Diego County, in the city of Santee.
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    how much do you make?

    $12.00/hr in a SNF in El Cajon, California. No previous experience upon hire. I've been there for 6 months now.
  10. josebeltran88

    Anyone taking a CNA course in the San diego, California area?

    Well remember to always stay calm. Remember that the nurses that are testing you want you to pass. And, don't forget to hand the call light at the end of the skill. Then, wash your hands afterward. Are you looking for work?
  11. josebeltran88

    Anyone taking a CNA course in the San diego, California area?

    Hey! I figure that by now you're just about half way done with your CNA course. How has it been so far?
  12. I want to know if anyone is applying to this program. It begings in August 2011.
  13. josebeltran88

    You know you are a CNA when....

    You know you're a CNA when.... You want to bathe your elderly relatives, even though they are alert and independent. You want to use a gait belt to stabilize everyone who just tripped, limped, or paced, while out in the real world. You outomatically percieve other elderly people that you see at the grocery store as demented individuals, whom might have a catastrophic reaction while you are there. You constantly think about measuring your own I&O for a week or so, just to see if you intake is greater than out output. LOL! You treat your granparents as if they were your residents. The "I can do it myself!" phrase all of a sudden has no truth in it anymore. You want to take the vital signs of all your friends and family who state that their head hurts, or that they feel sick.
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    is this a case of Lazy RN, OR Over productive CNA??

    "I CALLED the Admin to exp the situation, luckly for me the Admin was also an RN BSN, she came in to examine the pt, found the bruising to be "fresh"...the prev CNA of course made no notation, She got fired" This is exacly what I'm trying to prevent for myself! And as you posted, C. Nurses don't really go through the work of trying to find out which CNA really is responsible for incidents, they just pin it on the CNA who is presently assigned to the pt. Nice work! Keep that "cover" on yourself ALWAYS!
  15. josebeltran88

    Anyone taking a CNA course in the San diego, California area?

    You're gonna love it!! First of, Cathy Campbel RN, the instructor, is awesome. You'll soon find out how her sense of humor really makes the class worth while. The clinicals are also going to be an awesome experience. If your class has clinicals at Cloisters of Mission Hills and Kearny Mesa Convalescent, then you'll really get a lot of hands on learning. Overall, you're really going to have your next 16 weeks well spent. Send me a message to let me know how it goes throughout your CNA course. Best of luck!
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