Joining a certified nursing assistant training program will help you learn the skills required to take the certification exam and take care of residents in a care facility. The available schools in Louisburg, Missouri can be seen listed on this page. For any questions about their classes, feel free to call the number provided.
Dallas County Technical Center
33 Vo Tech Rd,
Louisburg, Mo 65685
If you want to work as a nurse aide in Missouri, then you will have to work hard to get your name on the Nurse Aide Registry. One way to do this is to enroll in a state-certified training program and take on the final exams in order to complete your training. To be enrolled in a program, you must:
1. Be at least 18 years old.
2. Not have your name on the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services employment disqualification list or the EDL.
3. Finally, you must also be free of any charges or records that prevent you from working as a nurse aide.
To complete a course, you will have to take the final exams. If you completed the 75 hours of classroom lectures and the 100 hours of clinical training but were not able to take the exams, then you still have not completed your training. You will be given 6 months to get back into the course. If 6 months has passed, then your training will be considered incomplete and you must retake the training course all over again.
It is also possible to challenge the examination and avoid having to go through a training course. This is for applicants with prior health care experience or knowledge or those who feel they are qualified to pass the exam without training. To apply for this you will need to submit a letter of approval to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Call them for further details at 573-526-5686.
This is a village that is under Dallas County. As of the latest census their total population has reached up to 154. This village is a part of Springfield, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area. Louisburg has a total area of 0.5 square miles, where all of it is land. Its population density is approximately 318.4/sq mile.
Since this is a very small place, there aren’t a lot of health care providers in the area. Examples of health care clinks/providers/centers that you can find in the area include Take Care Clinic at select Walgreens (866) 825-3227, Dugas Chiropractic Clinic (417) 345-2272, Buffalo Family Health Care (417) 345-2231, and Urbana Medical Clinic. Many of the doctors here are on call doctors from nearby places. photo attribution: armymedicine