The state approved certified nursing assistant schools in Guilford, Connecticut are all shown in detail here. The programs listed on this page are all open for enrollment and apply toward meeting state certification training requirements.
Fowler Nursing Center
10 Boston Post Road,
Guilford, CT 06437
The state of Connecticut does not allow those who have not yet receive the proper instructions to take care of patients or residents as a nursing aide in any healthcare facility. It is clearly stated in the rules that the state must initiate and maintain CNA training and evaluation programs. This is for the purpose of improving the quality of care in different healthcare facilities and help to define the standards of practice for nurse aides.
According to the rules, a nurse aide training course should provide its students at least 100 hours of theoretical lessons and should be coordinated by a registered nurse with at least 2 years of experience. Before the students are allowed to handle patients/residents they must have 16 hours of skills training and education about infection control, therapeutic communications, resident’s individuality and rights, and safety and emergency protocols. They should be taught in the concepts on the Fundamentals of Nursing as well as trained on 25 basic nursing competency skills. Most training programs will last from 2-6 months.
All of the things that they will learn will be tested when they take on the state’s competency examinations. The most important requirements to become eligible for the exams are the completion of a training program and passing the background checks. Other requirements include submitting the necessary documents and the payment for the fees, and getting cleared for any communicable diseases. Once accepted and listed on the registry, your license will be valid for the next 2 years.
This is a town that can be found in New Haven County. You can see that this town is surrounded by other towns like Branford, North Branford, Madison, and Durham. A major road that you can use to get to this town is the Interstate 95. The earliest settlers came to the area around 1639 and bought the land from Native American leader Wequash. According to the current census, their total population was at 22,307 people. It has a population density of 474/sq mile. The total area of the town is about 49.7 sq mile.
Health care centers that you can find in the area include Family Practice Associates MD LLC, Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists PC, Strong Woman’s Health, Shoreline Eye Associates PC, Ciardiello & Bonadies Surgery Group PC, S N E E N T, Guilford Internal Medicine Group, CT Hernia Center, and many more. photo attribution: departmentofed