The North Dakota Nurse Assistant Registry contains a lot of valuable information that one would need in order to work in the state as a CNA. It also contains a list of all eligible nursing assistants as well as those who have committed violations of state/federal regulations and instances of abuse, thereby making them ineligible to work. You can check the registry anytime you like as they are available for public access online. You can check the website to learn more about the state’s regulations concerning nurse aide certification.
North Dakota Nurse Assistant Registry
600 East Boulevard Avenue, Department 301
Bismarck, ND 58505-0200
Chief: Dr. Darleen Bartz, firstname.lastname@example.org
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The North Dakota Department of Health is the agency which maintains and handles the information that is provided in the registry. As of 2012, the Department has ceased providing paper licenses to successful passers of the CNA competency examinations and the cards can now be printed directly from the state’s website. Through the website, you will also be able to access downloadable forms with which you can apply for renewals and reciprocity in the state. There is no fee required in the downloading of these materials, however currently their is a $25 certification renewal fee.
There is also relevant information with regards to medication assistants who wish to apply on the state. They will have to submit certain documents in order to pass certification such as the name and location of the training institution, the date of their completion of the program, the social security number as well as the full name and address of the student, the clinical facility coordinator of the school, the curriculum of both the clinical and theoretical sessions of the training, and a copy of the certificate of completion by the student of the said program.
The forms that are available on the website have undergone some changes and if you have been renewing you certification before through their online site, you may be able to notice these changes. You will need to use the more recent formats in order to comply with the renewal system of the website. Application for nurse aide certification can only be paid through cash, money order, or check only and online payments are still not available as a method of payment. You will also have to provide information with regards to your employer such as their name, the director of the facility, their phone number, and the number of the facility with which they are employed. You can apply for certification online too by filling out the appropriate forms and sending it to the registry.
Through the online portal of the registry, you will be able to find a lot of information with regards to the nursing aide employment. You can find a background check on the nurse aide as well as other disciplinary actions which may have been given to the applicant during the past years. You can also find various forms such as those which are used for renewal and reciprocity which is very important if you wish to apply in the state as a nurse aide and you have a current certification on another state. The process is also very simple in the verification of licensees, facilities, and services through their online search form.
Visit this page for additional information about the current North Dakota nurse aide certification requirements.