The Certified Nursing Assistant/Geriatric Nursing Assistant (CNA/GNA) Program is ideal for the person who thinks he or she might want to enter a career in the healthcare field.
This program can also be the first step on the career ladder leading to higher levels of nursing care and is perfect for the student who plans to complete the LPN or RN program, but desires to enter the workforce prior to doing so. By completing their CNA/GNA certification prior to attaining their RN or LPN degrees, students can gain health care experiences while still attending school.
Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program Exam, commonly referred to as the GNA test.
Anyone interested in registering for the CNA/GNA Program should visit the Admissions Process page to learn more about program requirements and required documentation. The required documentation must to be completed prior to scheduling an pre-registration appointment.
To download all the necessary forms and documentation required to enter the Certified Medicine Aide Program at once, go to the CNA/GNA Admission Packet.
Individual CMA Program Admission Packet forms can be accessed on the CNA/GNA Admissions Process page.