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CNA Classes in Missouri

CNA applicants in the state of Missouri must pass a criminal background check,  must test negative for TB, and they absolutely cannot have been found to have been abusive or neglectful of patients in another state. The required age is eighteen (17) and they must be able to prove that they can read and write. They do not have a high school diploma or GED. They must take and pass an approved CNA training program.

CNA approved programs are approved by Missouri Department of Health and Human Services. Seventy-five hours of clinical study are required with an additional one hundred hours of classroom instruction. Students must participate in practical, clinical, and in class instruction, supervised by a registered nurse.

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Areas of study include, but certainly aren’t limited to: helping clean patient rooms, taking vital signs, helping patients bathe, walk, get dressed, eat, and other personal care, stocking supplies, filling out forms, medical terminology, caring for medical equipment, assisting nurses with basic medical procedures, anatomy,  physiology, etc.

Approved classes and programs are usually run for between eight (8) and twelve (12) weeks, and depending on the length of the class will cost anywhere from $600 to $2000.

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Source : https://dhssweb02.dhss.mo.gov/cnaregistry/CNASearch.aspx

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