The health sector of Georgia's economy is growing, and the demand for CNAs is growing along with it. Like many other states, there is a shortage of nursing staff in Georgia. This means opportunities for CNAs, which are known as "Certified Nurse Aides", in Georgia are plentiful.
Phlebotomy is the science of drawing blood. To become a Phlebotomy Technician or a Phlebotomist, as they are often called, one must acquire special training and meet specific requirements. The requirements will vary by state.
You will have the skills necessary to gain employment in a variety of healthcare environments. Principally job opportunities will be prevalent in hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centers, nursing and assisted living facilities.
FAKS Allied Health Education Center was established in October 1997. The School offers CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) state approved through the Georgia Medical Foundation. The Non public post secondary education commission also authorizes the school to conduct the following programs, Basic and A+ Computer, Medical Coding & Billing, Patient Care, Phlebotomy and Retail Pharmacy Technician.
A certified nursing assistant job is a great entry point for a nursing career. You'll be deeply involved in patient-care, making sure that sick and injured patients have their basic needs met. And you can complete your certified nursing assistant training in a very short period of time.
Classroom instruction in a certified nursing assistant program generally includes basic nursing skills, anatomy and physiology, nutrition and infection control. Students also gain plenty of hands-on-experience during clinical activities.
With very realistic & flexible payment plans, FAKS has allowed many people to take their Dreams & transform them into positive, rewarding, Successful Careers.
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What Is a CNA? Is A CNA A NURSE?
Certified nursing assistant (CNA), also known as patient care assistant (PCA), Nursing Assistant (NA), State Tested Nurse Aid (STNA), and home health aides, work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). A CNA provides assistance to patients with daily living tasks.
What Does A CNA Do?
A Certified Nursing Assistant works closely with patients and is responsible for basic care services such as bathing, grooming, feeding patients, assisting nurses with medical equipment, and checking patient vital signs. A CNA provides patients with important social and emotional support and also provide vital information on patient conditions to nurses.
After Completion of this program you will have mastered alln of the techniques used to obtain a job:
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