What is a RNA?

The Restorative Nurse Assistant training program consists of 12 hours and is designed to train Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s) who are interested in gaining new or enhancing their knowledge of restorative care and advancing their clinical skills in performing efficient and quality restorative nursing care.

Requirements:

CNA Certification

CPR Card

Valid Social Security Number

Diploma/ Certificate:

RNA Certificate 

Post-Graduate Opportunities:

Work as a Restorative Nurse Assistant side-by-side with professional physical therapists and the rest of the rehab team and nurses. RNAs are mostly hired at hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and rehabilitation centers. 

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