Registered Medication Program
A Registered Medication Aide is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) and/or an approved 40 Hour Department of Social Services Direct Care Staff Training Program. A Registered Medication Aide is a certified responsible for administering daily medication to patients in a hospital or medical facility. Also referred to as a Registered/Certified Medical Aide, their duties include monitoring patients, reporting changes, and collecting samples.
Admission Requirement Prerequisites:
- Age 18
- Admission application and fees
- Authorized to work in the U.S. (Alien ID – If applicable)
- Valid Identification (Driver’s License, State/Federal issued ID, or passport)
- Social Security Card
- HS Diploma or GED are NOT required.
- Ability to pass criminal background check
- CPR Card
- TB Test/PPD skin test/chest x-ray no older than a year