Frequently Asked Questions
A CNA spends more time with residents/patients than any other member of the health care team. A CNA is compassionate, patient, honest, a team player, healthy, (both physically and mentally.) The position of a CNA requires sufficient strength to assist residents with their activities of daily living. They are essentially a nurse’s “right hand.” CNA’s are an essential part of our health care team.
These are some of the duties of a CNA:
North Bay CNA Training Program will arrange for you to take the California State Competency Exam. There are several places offering the test in Santa Rosa, as well as across the bay area and east bay.