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Caring, Nurturing, Able; space available at fall CNA class

 
The Fall 2016 CNA class was (l-r) instructor, Tracey Maas, RN, Rebecca Maas, Maureen Dammarell, Emma Hovis, Shelley Woodward and Bayleigh Nielsen.
Get your Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification in Bonners Ferry through North Idaho College and Boundary Community Hospital. There is still space available for the Fall Semester, which starts October 2 and runs through graduation November 29. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays in Bonners Ferry at the Fry Healthcare Education Center on Kaniksu Street across from the main hospital building.

Why study for CNA Certification?

Many advantages exist for both men and women as Certified Nursing Assistants. Instructor Tracey Maas explains, “They are the back-bone of the healthcare system.”

A CNA has a wide-range of employment options. Employers hire CNAs to work in hospitals, assisted living homes, nursing homes, home care agencies, rehabilitation centers, doctor’s offices, outpatient medical and surgical offices, hospices, respite care, group homes, and in schools.

Choices available to CNAs include working with children, with the elderly, and with any age in-between.

The eight week course is usually offered four times each year: Summer - June through August; Fall - October through December; Winter - January through March; Spring - March through May

To learn more, call instructor Tracey Maas, RN, at (208) 267-3141, extension 4312 or email tracey.m@bcch.org

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