Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) play a very important role in nursing by assisting patients with bathing, dressing, eating and other daily functions; making basic observations that involve all body systems and their responses and treatment; perform medical procedures such as catheter care, specimen collection, vital signs, and range of motion exercises.
The CNA Program at Heartland Community College is a state-approved program that provides you the basic foundation of nursing care for patients.
There are many reasons to study at Heartland Community College.
You can find our certified graduates in long term care facilities, hospitals, assisted living, physicians’ offices, surgical centers, and home health.
Applying early is encouraged, so you can get the classes you need at the times you want. Visit heartland.edu/application to apply today!