The nursing assistant schools found in Palmer, Alaska that are shown on this page are all the state certified classes that are available for enrollment. For more information about Alaska state approved training in this town, please call the number for the facility provided below.
Alaska Job Corps
800 East Lynn Martin Drive,
Palmer, AK 99645
Contact: Corrinne Gaither RN Ph: 861-8779
To be eligible to take the nursing assistant certification exam in the state of Alaska you need to take a state approved CNA training program. The coursework of the program needs to include at least a minimum of 140 hours of instruction. The instruction needs to have 60 hours of classroom instruction, and 80 hours of practice in a clinical setting.
Completion of a nursing assistant training program is one of the necessary steps to take the license exams. The state requires that its nurse aide practitioners have a license. For those that have received the same amount of training from a different state, they are still welcome to apply. Those that have taken classes on the fundamentals of nursing and had clinical practice may also do so.
This city is the borough seat of Matanuska-Susitna Borough. It is also a principal city of the Anchorage Metropolitan Statistical Area. This city was named after George W. Palmer, who was an entrepreneur who built a trading post on Matanuska River. According to the census of 2010, their total population was around 5,937 people. It has a total area of approximately 3.8 sq miles, where all of it is land. Its population density is estimated to be around 1,562.3/sq miles.
Examples of health care centers that you can find in the area include Arctic Skye Family Medicine, New Dawn LLC, Imaging Associates of Providence, Mat-Su Regional Imaging Services, Palmer Family Medicine PC, Valley Women’s Health Care, Soaring Crane Natural Health Center, Holladay & Associates LLC, Providence Matanuska Health Care, and many more. photo attribution: cecilsanders