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Benson new SAMC CEO

You've casted away (your,) self-quality, ability, training and education out the door over “Not” having weekends or a go out of of a weekend off. You've become, bitter enough about it to still become upset after you've removed yourself from SAMC. And I'd

Health Notes: Scotch tasting fund-raiser, stroke support, more

The Kinsmen Fun Day is also designed to launch the public phase of the VITAHLS program informing parents, community leaders and the communal about the goals and components of the program. The Valley Goes Pink events Bridgeport Infirmary's Emergency

FAITH: Oct. 13

Historian Peggy Baker, Chief honcho Emerita of Pilgrim Hall Museum and the Pilgrim Society, will mete out “The Watsons of Burial Hill: The Story of a Family, a Congregation, and a Community Divided by War” at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. Any caring vigour care

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Mr. Blom is the regional big cheese for National Surgical Care, which was acquired by AmSurg Corp., and executive commander of Specialty Surgery Center in San Antonio. Tim Bogardus is the director of ASCs for Community Fettle Systems. . As an

Nursing students conclude studies

Surry Community College Nurse Aide students recently marked the completion of their coursework at the college, making them ready to take the next step in their career.

And while those who are finishing the program now move on into new jobs, the college turns its attention to the next group of students coming in.

Surry Community College offers Nurse Aide Level I and II certification courses throughout the year.

The Nurse Aide I or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) I class is a 192-hour course that prepares students to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults. Upon successful completion of the CNA I and the requisite certification exam, students will be listed on the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation Nurse Aide I Registry and may seek employment in a variety of healthcare settings.

The 192-hour Nurse Aide II or CNA II course prepares students to perform more complex skills for patients or residents. Those skills are approved by the North Carolina Board of Nursing, and upon satisfactory completion of the course, students will be listed with the North Carolina Board of Nursing for a fee of $24. In order to enroll in the Nurse Aide II course, one must have a high school diploma or High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma, current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR certification, and a current North Carolina Nurse Aide I credential.

What should I change on my CNA resume? Any nurses here to review it for me?

My Name
Address
000-000-0000 (Call Relay Service)
000-000-0000 (Call Relay Service)
000-000-0000 (Fax)

Career Objectives
Seeking employment as a Nurse Aide. Wishing to have advancement opportunities as


It is too long--many of the areas can be formatted differently to still have the same info but are better organized & shorter.
Ex: My High School - Town, State
Education Level: High School Diploma
GPA: 3.0
Graduated: Yes


It is too long--many of the areas can be formatted differently to still have the same info but are better organized & shorter.
Ex: My High School - Town, State
Education Level: High School Diploma
GPA: 3.0
Graduated: Yes