Finger Lakes Health congratulates our most recent classes of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) graduates: Danika Bailey, Diamond Brown, Dana Burke, Kristina Emmick, Sabrina Evans, Jordyn Fontanez- Orwen, Alexa Gramling, James Hotchkiss, Dawn Howe, Artur Kandatsyeu, Kassandra Lopez, Emmi Moore, Hope Murphy, Nathan Nichols, Elizabeth Ortiz, Amber Severson, Laura Shannon, Codie Spearman and Velencia Williams.
FLH offers a paid Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training Program that is approved by the New York State Department of Health.
Many certified nursing assistants (CNAs) use their education and experience as a beginning in the healthcare field. By taking advantage of opportunities for growth in their chosen career, many continue their education, becoming licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and registered nurses (RNs).
Employment opportunities are available at the Geneva Living Centers, The Homestead in Penn Yan, Huntington Living Center in Waterloo as well as many other long-term care facilities.
Each program consists of classroom, lab and clinical instruction totaling 138 hours. Classes are held Monday thru Friday during the day and each program is four weeks in length. After successful completion of the training program, you will be eligible to take the New York State certification examinations.
A $2,000 hiring bonus is being offered for new CNA’s. In addition, transportation assistance is provided for CNA’s taking classes in Geneva who will be working at The Homestead in Penn Yan, $125 weekly, and at Huntington Living Center in Waterloo, $75 weekly.
Apply on-line today at https://www.flhealth.org/careers/cna-program/ or call 315-787-4039 for information.
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