The nursing assistant classes in Sparta, Tennessee that are shown here are all the available training programs in this city. If you know of other programs that are state approved, you can send them to us and we will add them here.
Life Care Center of Sparta
508 Moss Drive,
Sparta, TN 38583
Training in a facility that teaches the fundamental nurse aide skills is a requirement before you can work in Tennessee as a nursing assistant. Classes last at least 75 hours and include both clinical hands-on practice and classroom coursework. Once you have received your training you can apply to take the competency exam so you can be listed on the nurse aide registry.
If you are a medic corpsmen or a nursing graduate, then you will no longer be required to undergo training in a CNA training program just to be able to apply for the state license exams. The state also offers those CNAs that come from a most states to apply for reciprocity. For most states, you will only be required to provide certain documents and data, as well as pass the state and federal background checks.
Sparta is the county seat of White County. It was established in 1809 for the purpose of becoming the county seat of White County. The city was named after the Ancient Greek city of Sparta. As of the 2000 census, their total population was estimated to be 4,599 residents. They had a total area of 6.3 sq miles and a population density of 725.2/sq mile.
There are quite a few health care clinics and providers that are found in the city, they include Pate Donald W MD FACS – Emergencies, White County Women’s Healthcare, Cornerstone Family Medicine, White County Specialty Clinic, Quality Correctional Healthcare, White County Community Hospital, Care First Walk-In Clinic, Nhc Healthcare of Sparta, and Cumberland Family Care PC.