The Rochester Regional Health Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training program is a FREE, five week program available to residents in Monroe, Wayne and Ontario counties. Interested candidates will be considered for hire as a CNA trainee in our long-term care facilities, allowing direct entry into a CNA program. CNA trainees will receive an educational stipend for their participation in the program.
A Certified Nursing Assistant provides direct health care needs to patients, often under the supervision of a nurse. CNA responsibilities include monitoring the health of patients, feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting and specimen collection.
CNA training includes:
After successful completion of the program, CNA trainees will be eligible for employment placement with Rochester Regional Health at one of our five long term care facilities:
Upon completion of the program, CNA trainees must make a one-year commitment as a part-time or full-time CNA for Rochester Regional Health. CNA shift placement will be based on facility need. CNA candidates should expect to be placed in either an evening or overnight position upon completion of the program.
As an employee of Rochester Regional Health, you will be rewarded with a suite of benefits, including but not limited to:
For more information about the CNA training program, please apply through one of the links below: