Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

 

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 ALL CLASSES WILL BE HELD ONLINE. CLINICAL SECTIONS WILL BE HELD ONCE SOCIAL DISTANCING MANDATE IS LIFTED.

Any student attending this course is required to be Covid-19 Vaccinated: https://www.cuny.edu/coronavirus/faqs/

This 130-hour program is approved by New York State and provides both classroom instruction and a 30-hour clinical internship. Coursework includes anatomy and physiology, basic life support, and fundamentals of patient care. During the final six weeks of class, students are assigned to a clinical externship in a nursing home.

CNAs work under the supervision of a registered nurse (RN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), physician assistant (PA), nursepractitioner (NP), or medical doctor or other supervisory staff in a health care facility. Students will learn how to assist patients withdaily living tasks, provide basic care services such as bed making, grooming, and taking vital signs.

Prerequisites: High School diploma, GED, or HSE; CNA orientation; assessment test.

If clinical rotation is not completed in the class for which you registered, you will be required to pay a fee for a newly scheduled clinical rotation.

Please note: Textbooks, Medical exam, Uniform, CPR certification and certification exam fee are not included in the tuition.

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For more information and/or to register:

In-Person: Shepard Hall room 2, Convent Avenue near 140th Street
Call: (212) 650-7312
Online: Register now
Email:  ace@ccny.cuny.edu


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