Certified Medication Aide Program
Certified Medication Aide training program is a 55 Clock Hour course that is designed to meet the Oklahoma State Department of Health-Nurse Aide Registry requirements and prepare students to take the State certification examination. The course covers safe administration of medications to clients and residents, while under the appropriate supervision at Long Term Care facility (nursing home
All the instructors at HSEC Tulsa are LN's who can tell you more about their field and provide hands-on training. Once you complete our course, you'll be ready to take the CMA certification exam in Oklahoma.
In Oklahoma the requirements to get your CMA are:
Have High School Diploma or GED
High school diploma or equivalent is required
Must hold a current Oklahoma nurse aide certification or DDCA (developmentally disabled care) with no abuse notations
Must have six months of experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant
Must be physically and mentally capable to safely perform duties
Valid, current photo identification issued by government entity within the U.S. (i.e. passport, driver’s license, school-issued ID)
Original proof of Social Security number or Taxpayer Identification number
Verification of Oklahoma current nurse aid certification in long-term care, home health care, or developmentally disabled care
CMA Class Topics Include:
A rundown of resident rights
administration of medication
At Health and Education Safety Consultants you can rest easy knowing that you're being trained by seasoned professionals in a clean environment. We will train your for CMA certification and you'll be on the road to a successful medical career! Our instructors are unique in that they are LN's who can tell you more about their field and provide hands-on training.
Need to get your CMA Certification in Oklahoma? Contact HSEC through our website at www.healthandsafetytraining.com.