The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) in Wisconsin provides a variety of critical healthcare services to the people under her or his care. Working under the supervision of an Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), clients include medical facility patients, residents in various healthcare facilities and people with disabilities. It is a highly rewarding professional career offering steady employment and the satisfaction of knowing the services performed improve the quality of life for people with special medical or other healthcare needs.
- As a Certified Nursing Assistant you will work more closely with patients and their loved ones than other medical staff does, giving you a very real opportunity to make a huge difference and impact a person’s life in a positive way.
- Because of the demand for certified nursing assistants, you will have job stability and security that other medical positions may not offer.
- The job is incredibly varied and no two days will ever be the same. You will have the opportunity to help with many different circumstances, situations and people. Each of these are unique.
- You will work with absolutely wonderful people. As a CNA, you will work together with people across all levels in the health care industry, from doctors to janitors. Each of these will enrich your life and teach you about their roles and experiences.
People choose a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Minnesota for many reasons, and topping the list is a desire to assist people with their basic needs while assuring comfort at our locations. CNAs are healthcare professionals who have the most consistent contact with patients and residents and play an important role in ensuring clients get needed attention.
Please contact the Care & Rehab location you prefer to work at to see about financial scholarships available to obtain your CNA license.
We provide 24-hour Skilled Nursing services administered and supervised by licensed nurses, support personnel and certified nursing assistants. In addition, on campus Assisted Living, Independent Living and Secure Memory Care is at some of our locations. This “continuum of care” allows for the convenience of healthcare and support services in one location where residents can easily transfer from one care setting to another, based on their individual needs.