Are you looking to enter the medical field? This is a great way to launch that amazing and rewarding career.
Do you feel fulfilled by nurturing and caring for others? Do you want to jumpstart a career path that’s growing much faster than the average for all other occupations?*
If the answer is yes, then pursuing a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) may be perfect for you!
A CNA, or Certified Nursing Assistant, is an integral part of a medical team. They often have direct contact with patients, helping them bathe, eat or dress. In some facilities, the CNA might be responsible for taking a patient's pulse, temperature and blood pressure.
How do I become a CNA?
Many careers in healthcare require the proper credentials – and this one is no exception! First, you must complete a state-approved education program, which are offered at community colleges, vocational and technical schools, and other locations. Next, you must pass a competency exam.
Broadwater Health Center CNA Training is a Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services approved Training Facility (DPHHS Approval List).
At this time we do not have any CNA Training Classes Scheduled. Please check back periodically to see if we are offering a new CNA Training Class or contact Leota Gormely (RN) by calling (406) 266-3186 or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org