You can find on this page all the nursing assistant schools that are open for you to enroll in in the city of Corinth, MS at this time. If you want to learn more about their training programs, you can call the number provided below ans speak with one of their course coordinators.
Mississippi Care Center of Alcorn County
3701 Joanne Drive,
Corinth, Mississippi 38834
The only way for you to be able to work in Mississippi as a nursing aide is to get a CNA certification. The certifications are only given to those who have met both the Federal and State requirements in training and testing. With the training durations for this state, you can become a nursing aide in a matter of 6 months.
The license exams are composed of two parts, a written exam and a skills demonstration. The written exams can also be replaced with an oral examination. This portion contains 60 multiple-choice questions that must be completed within 2 hours. During the exams, the examiner will inform you and your fellow applicants when there is only 15 minutes left in the exams. For oral exams, there is an additional portion where the applicant will be tested if he/she is familiar with the common terms used in the healthcare facility.
The second part of the tests is the skills evaluation. In this portion, you will be placed in an area that will resemble an actual healthcare situation and setting. During this time, you will be asked to perform randomly chosen nursing skills that are taught in training programs.
To pass the license exams, you will need to pass all the tests. Once you pass, you name will be added to the state’s Nursing Aide Registry. You will also receive a certification that has your name on it.
Corinth is the county seat of Alcorn County. According to the 2010 census, it has a total of 14,573 and a population density of 461.5/sq miles. This city was founded back in 1853 with its total area of 30.6 sq miles. Only a small portion of this state is water. The name of this city was derived from the city in Greece, which also served as a crossroad. This name was suggested by the town’s newspaper editor, W.E. Gibson.
Health care is a great priority in this city. Its major health centers are Veranda Health Center and Magnolia Regional Health Center. Other healthcare centers include Flannery Medical Clinic, Region IV Mental Health, West Clinic PC, Magnolia Women’s Clinic, Tri-State Rural Health Clinic, Medistat Health Care Clinic, and many more. With so many healthcare centers in the city, you will have no problems looking for a job once you become a CNA. photo attribution: iubmedicalsciences