The nurse aide schools that are providing training in Hope, Arkansas shown on this page are all the classes that you can enroll in. For more information about the cost of instruction, course curriculum, or instruction schedules, please call the number provided below.
University of Arkansas Community College
2500 South Main,
Hope, AR 71801
You must have a CNA license in order to work as a nursing assistant in Arkansas. To become a certified you must complete one of the training programs that are being offered in the state. You will additionally need about 75 hours of classroom study and 100 hours minimum of clinical instruction hours. After which, you will be able to apply to take the nurse aide exam for the National Council Licensure to be able to practice legally in the state.
The exams will have a written and a skills demonstration exam where you must pass both parts to get your license. They are administered by the Prometric company. You can call to speak to one of their representatives to learn more about exam requirements by calling 800-818-8917.
The city of Hope is the county seat of Hempstead County. It is included in the Hope Micropolitan Statistical Area. Best known as the hometown of former President Bill Clinton, it has a motto of A Slice of the Good Life. According to the census of 2008, their total population had reached up to a total of 10,378 people. It has a total area of about 10.1 sq miles and has a population density of 1,061.9/sq mile.
Health care centers and providers that you can avail in the city include Davis Craig, Parker Josephmd, Hempstead County Dialysis, Southwest Arkansas Counseling & Mental Health Center Inc., Southwest Arkansas Ear Nose & Throat Clinic, Hope Migrant Health Center, Medical Park Women’s Clinic – Womens Clinic, and many more. photo attribution: abbeyfieldkent