A SRNA is one of the most valuable members of the interdisciplinary patient care team. Nurse assistants typically provide the majority of the hands on direct patient care. From activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming and toileting to providing emotional support through simply your presence, state registered nurse assistants are vital in the success of a person’s care.
State Registered Nurse Assistants can be employed in many different settings. Most tend to start in long term care settings in what has typically been known as nursing homes. However, more and more SRNAs are starting to work in memory care units, assisted living homes, psychiatric care and hospitals. No matter where your career path takes you, the SRNA curriculum will offer you the knowledge you need to care for all populations of people.
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