Certified Medicine Aide

Overview

Description: This course will provide training to current Geriatric Nursing Assistants students to qualify for licensure and employment as Certified/Licensed Medicine Aides in long term care facilities.

Industry: Healthcare & Biosciences

Career Track: Medicine Aide

Training Provider: Baltimore City Community College, www.bccc.edu

How to Enroll

Contact: Yolanda Goshay
410-986-3207

Or Visit: Baltimore City Community College
710 East Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

To Enroll You Will Need To:
Department approval to register.
Present proof of pre-requisites.
Pass RAI reading and math tests prior to registering.

The Basics

Cost:
Tuition/Fees: $0.00
Other Costs: Please note, this program is not free but it is under $4,000. Please call for pricing information.

Length: 36 hours of classroom instruction and 30 hours of clinical instruction

Classes Take Place:
Classes are offered two days a week from 6-9 PM either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday

Location:710 East Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

Public Transit Lines: Metro & Bus Visit MTA website for schedules

Eligibility

High School Diploma or GED Required? No

Other Requirements:
Must be 18+
Must have 8th grade reading/6th grade math level
Must be able to transfer patients from a bed to a wheelchair
Must be currently employed as a GNA with at least 1 year of experience, and provide a letter of recommendation from Director of Nursing.
Must provide proof of current CNA/GNA licenses.

Can I get in if I have a criminal record? Yes, unless you have drug charge or felony

Support Services

Some programs offer support services to help you succeed. This program offers the following:

What Happens After Training?

What kind of job will I be ready for? Certified Nursing Assistant or Geriatric Nursing Assistant

Will I get help finding a job? Participants have access to the college's career transition center.

What are my long-term job prospects? Upon successful completion of the program students are eligible for Licensure as a Medicine Aide through Maryland Board of Nursing

Certifications: Maryland Board of Nursing Medicine Aide License

Program Outcomes

2011

Number Enrolled: 36

Number Graduated: (%)

Graduates Placed in Jobs: (%)
  Full-Time: (%)   Part-Time: (%)   Temporary: (%)

Certified Medicine Aide

Overview

Description: This course will provide training to current Geriatric Nursing Assistants students to qualify for licensure and employment as Certified/Licensed Medicine Aides in long term care facilities.

Industry: Healthcare & Biosciences

Career Track: Medicine Aide

Training Provider: Baltimore City Community College, www.bccc.edu

How to Enroll

Contact: Yolanda Goshay
410-986-3207

Or Visit: Baltimore City Community College
710 East Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

To Enroll You Will Need To:
Department approval to register.
Present proof of pre-requisites.
Pass RAI reading and math tests prior to registering.

The Basics

Cost:
Tuition/Fees: $0.00
Other Costs: Please note, this program is not free but it is under $4,000. Please call for pricing information.

Length: 36 hours of classroom instruction and 30 hours of clinical instruction

Classes Take Place:
Classes are offered two days a week from 6-9 PM either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday

Location:710 East Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21202 map/directions

Public Transit Lines: Metro & Bus Visit MTA website for schedules

Eligibility

High School Diploma or GED Required? No

Other Requirements:
Must be 18+
Must have 8th grade reading/6th grade math level
Must be able to transfer patients from a bed to a wheelchair
Must be currently employed as a GNA with at least 1 year of experience, and provide a letter of recommendation from Director of Nursing.
Must provide proof of current CNA/GNA licenses.

Can I get in if I have a criminal record? Yes, unless you have drug charge or felony

Support Services

Some programs offer support services to help you succeed. This program offers the following:

What Happens After Training?

What kind of job will I be ready for? Certified Nursing Assistant or Geriatric Nursing Assistant

Will I get help finding a job? Participants have access to the college's career transition center.

What are my long-term job prospects? Upon successful completion of the program students are eligible for Licensure as a Medicine Aide through Maryland Board of Nursing

Certifications: Maryland Board of Nursing Medicine Aide License

Program Outcomes

2011

Number Enrolled: 36

Number Graduated: (%)

Graduates Placed in Jobs: (%)
  Full-Time: (%)   Part-Time: (%)   Temporary: (%)