what is a ma?
A medical assistant is a healthcare professional who plays a vital role in medical offices, clinics, and hospitals. They are responsible for performing administrative and clinical duties to ensure the smooth running of the facility.
Medical assistants perform various tasks such as taking vital signs, preparing patients for examinations, drawing blood, scheduling appointments, and maintaining medical records. They are an integral part of the healthcare team, and their contributions to patient care are invaluable.
Medical assistants also provide a comforting presence to patients and offer support to medical professionals during procedures. In short, medical assistants are multi-talented and dynamic individuals who are dedicated to providing high-quality care to patients.
what is a medication aide?
A medication aide is a healthcare professional who plays an important role in assisting nurses in administering medication to patients. They are responsible for ensuring that patients receive the correct medication, dosage, and frequency as prescribed by the physician.
Medication aides work under the supervision of registered nurses and must follow strict guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of patients. They also keep accurate records of medication administration and report any adverse reactions or changes in patient condition to the nurse.
Medication aides are compassionate individuals who understand the importance of medication in the treatment of various medical conditions. They are committed to providing excellent patient care and are an integral part of the healthcare team.
what is a CNA?
(CERTIFIED NURSE assistant)
A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a healthcare professional who assists patients with daily living activities under the supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse.
CNAs provide basic care such as taking vital signs, bathing, dressing, and feeding patients, as well as assisting with mobility and exercise. They also help with medical procedures such as collecting samples for testing and monitoring patients' conditions.
CNAs are compassionate and caring individuals who play a crucial role in the healthcare team. They work in a variety of settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities, and they make a significant impact on the lives of patients by providing quality care and support.
Our classes are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful CNAs
designed for healthcare professionals to learn and demonstrate the critical skills necessary to respond to and manage emergency situations
designed to help students receive the necessary state certification in Georgia
American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid course designed to teach students critical skills to respond to and manage an emergency situation until medical professionals arrive
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Dec 11 - Dec 17
- Be at least 16 years of age & provide a copy of Georgia State issued ID & Social Security Card
- Pay a NON-REFUNDABLE registration fee
- Complete an Enrollment Agreement
tuition and payment
- Tuition starts at $2650.00* and includes: the cost of textbooks, scrubs, blood pressure monitoring kit, CPR & First Aid certification, TB screening, State Exam, Background Check, Drug Screening AND C.A.R.E.S. Dementia certification
- Payments for in-person courses are accepted in the form of cashier’s check, personal check, money order and/or debit & credit cards. Payment plans are also available!
- A fee of $40.00 or 10% of the amount (whichever is greater) will be charged for ANY returned checks or credit card reductions for any reason.
- A notice will be given to student regarding the returned item and they must submit payment in full within seven (7) business days or forfeit ALL financial payments & credits.
- Students must cancel their Enrollment Agreement in writing within 48 hours in order receive a refund with the exclusion of the NON-REFUNDABLE registration fee.