A nursing assistant working with Nursa provides basic care and helps patients with activities of daily living under the supervision of a licensed nurse. Nursing assistants work in a variety of nursing and residential care facilities, long-term care centers, assisted living facilities (ALFs), hospitals, home healthcare services, and more.
Allowing for some variation in duties from one work setting to another, the following are typical responsibilities of CNAs:
Here are basic qualifications and important skills for nursing assistants working with Nursa:
CNAs who find jobs with Nursa enjoy all of the following advantages:
About Required CNA License:
Requirements to work as a nursing assistant can vary significantly from state to state. To become a certified nursing assistant (CNA), an individual generally has to obtain a high school diploma or equivalent and/or complete a state-approved CNA program. Other typical requirements include completing an application, paying required fees, and passing a nursing assistant competency examination. Each state also has particular requirements for maintaining a certification active and/or renewing certification.
Johnston, Rhode Island is a city known for its rural charm and natural beauty. It is located just north of Providence and is home to just over 31,000 people. The city of Johnston is an ideal place for PRN shifts as it is home to several nursing facilities and hospitals, offering a variety of opportunities for nursing professionals. There is plenty of outdoor recreation, shopping, and restaurants to enjoy in between shifts.
Rhode Island, also known as The Ocean State, is the smallest state in the U.S. Despite its size, Rhode Island has a lot of towns and cities that offer per diem nursing opportunities, making it an attractive destination for nursing professionals.
Although requirements vary from state to state, CNA candidates generally have to complete a state-approved training program and pass a nursing assistant competency examination.
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