The Tulsa Health and Safety Education Center provides you with everything you need to become a Certified Medication Aide! Our Certified Medication Aide program is approved by the Board of Nursing, Department of Health. The CHA program has been developed with input from nursing, pharmacy and other healthcare professionals to provide you with the skills necessary for safe medication administration practices.
The Health and Safety Education Center has been providing Tulsa with superior medical training for over 5 years!
Details of Our CMA Training Class
Classes run during the day starting at 9am.
The usual salary for a Certified Medication Aide in Tulsa can range from $10.00/hr to $12.75/hr depending on experience and qualifications. If you would like more information on becoming a CMA, call the Health and Safety Education Center at 918-812-0299. Or of course you can visit our website at www.healthandsafetytrain.com.
Certified Medication Aide
Assistants assist nurses in providing treatment for patients. Advisers follow printed and/or verbal instructions when giving medications, monitoring patients, and reporting changes in health or vital signs. They also ensure that changes in medication lists are communicated to other nursing staff.
As a CMA, you will have limited contact with patients as well as administer prescribed medications and treatments. You'll work under the supervision of a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse.
Requirements for Oklahoma Medication Aides Certification:
Two Forms of identification. (One must be a Social Security Card, and the other must be a photo ID, such as a current State Identification card or Driver’s License).
OSBI Criminal background.
Negative TB Skin Screen Test
Current BLS required
Affidavit of Legal presence status documentation. You must sign and date this document and must be presented for testing.
Physical and mental capability to safely perform duties.
It's pretty standard requirements.
Certified Medication Aide Jobs are On The Rise!
Learn the basics of how to monitor patients, to give medications and treatments as well as address other health care concerns. The training is thorough, yet it's quick and easy to complete! Health and Safety Education Center has all the information you need. For more information on our CMA certification program visit our webpage at www.healthandsafetytrain.com or call us at 918-812-0299.
Certified Medication Aides Tulsa
An assistant helps nurses in providing treatment for patients. An adviser follows printed and/or verbal orders when giving medications, monitoring patients, and reporting changes in health or vital signs. They also ensure that changes in medication lists are communicated to other nursing staff.
What Will You Learn?
Our CMA training courses will teach you the skills necessary for safe medication administration practices.
• The Principle Components of Medication Safety
• The Primary Methods of Parenteral Administration
• The Primary Methods of Enteral Administration
• Pharmacy Calculations You Will Perform as a Certified Medication Aide (CMA)
State Certification Exam Details
The student may take the state examination after successful completion of the CMA training and competency evaluation program. If a student passes the exam, the Oklahoma Nurse Aide Registry will register him or her as a CMA and provide a certification. And you're ready to start your new career in healthcare!