An affordable medication aide training program is now being offered to students at Legacy Healthcare Careers, a small family-owned school in the Mid Cities location of North Richland Hills, Texas. The school’s central Mid-Cities location makes the classes conveniently accessible to those who commute from Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, and other cities and suburbs in the DFW Metroplex area. Call (682)626-5266 to enroll.
Day and evening class schedules are available; therefore, students who presently work full-time in the healthcare sector can continue to keep their jobs while training to become certified medication aides. The two-month medication aide training program program is comprised of classroom time, return lab demonstrations and a clinical externship component.
The Medication Aide training at Legacy Healthcare Careers prepares students for the allied healthcare role of the certified medication aide. Students who are enrolled in the medication aide training program will be taught to administer medications to patients and residents in a wide variety of healthcare settings such as:
Skilled nursing facilities,
Extended care facilities,
Intermediate care and community-based facilities for people who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities,
Assisted living (personal care) facilities
Legacy Healthcare Careers is located at 7505 Glenview Drive, Suite I, North Richland Hills TX 76180. Call (682)626-5266 for additional information or to enroll in classes. In addition, Legacy Healthcare Careers offers nurse aide (CNA) training classes as well as a phlebotomy technician training program.
Finally, after many months of preparation, bureaucratic red tape and patient waiting, the medication aide training program at Legacy Healthcare Careers Training School is open to the public and accepting new students for enrollment. Legacy Healthcare Careers’ medication aide program is approximately 9 weeks long with a start date of August 20th and a graduation date of October 17th, 2019.
Call (682)626-5266 to enroll, or visit the school at 7505 Glenview Drive, Suite 1, N. Richland Hills TX 76180 for a tour of the modern facilities. The medication aide training program at Legacy Healthcare Careers is affordable. It is also legitimate because it is approved by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and the state Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC).
Students who enroll in the medication aide training class will attend class for two to three days per week on a part time basis, thereby allowing these people to continue to work their full-time jobs in the healthcare field while they complete their studies. Tuition and fees are affordable, and flexible payment plans are available to those who need additional time to pay.
Classes are taught in strict accordance with the Texas-approved curriculum for medication aides. Also, classes include a blend of different instructional methods such as group discussions, lecture, lab demonstrations, clinical externship, DVDs, films, and so forth. The nonjudgmental environment and small class sizes at Legacy Healthcare Careers are extremely conducive to learning.
All medication aide courses are taught by registered nurse (RN) instructors with many years of clinical and practical experience in the healthcare sector. These instructors are kind, knowledgeable, resourceful, and most of all, they want the to ensure the pinnacle of success for all students who walk through the doors. At Legacy Healthcare Careers, the success of students is a top priority.
Place a call to (682)626-5266 or (682)313-6404 to enroll, or feel free to visit the school at 7505 Glenview Drive, Suite 1, N. Richland Hills TX 76180 for a comprehensive tour that will be conducted by a member of our friendly staff. Also, Legacy Healthcare Careers continues to offer nurse aide (CNA) training classes. The next two-week CNA training class begins on July 29th, 2019 and ends on August 12th.
The staff of Legacy Healthcare Careers LLC CNA School is extremely pleased to announce the addition of a certified medication aide training program to the school’s high-quality nursing assistant course offerings. The addition of a certified medication aide program to the Fort Worth and Mid-Cities area is welcomed news to prospective students who would prefer to avoid an inconvenient commute to faraway cities for their career training needs.
The Fort Worth / Mid-Cities area certified medication aide training program is currently accepting new students for enrollments for the next class that begins August 20, 2019. Please call (682)626-5266 to enroll, or visit Legacy Healthcare Careers at 7505 Glenview Drive, Suite I, N. Richland Hills 76180 for more information.
The predominant purpose of the certified medication aide training program is to prepare individuals who are already employed as nursing assistants or direct care members of staff for higher-paying positions in the healthcare industry as certified medication aides in nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, group homes, assisted living, or skilled care nursing facilities.
The certified medication aide program has been formulated to teach students basic skills in the safe, prudent administration of non-parenteral medications. The ultimate goal of the certified medication aide program is to qualify graduates to administer medications in a safe manner and to assist licensed practical /vocational nurses (LPNs / LVNs) and/or professional registered nurses (RNs) in the important task of medication therapy.
The certified medication aide course of study in Texas has a minimum of 140 clock hours of targeted instruction. The 140 clock hours can be broken down into 100 classroom theory hours of instruction and training, 30 hours worth of return-demonstration lab coursework, and a minimum of 10 hours of hands-on clinical skills practicum at a healthcare facility under the direct supervision of a state-licensed RN instructor.
The medication aide training program is comprised of focused schooling in the following topics: basic review of bodily systems and the effects of various medications on these systems; medical terminology; principles of infection control; and drug classifications. All certified medication aide lessons at Legacy Healthcare Careers CNA School are taught by experienced registered nurse (RN) instructors.
Graduates of certified medication aide training programs in Texas must take and pass the written medication aide examination, which contains 100 multiple-choice questions that assess the test taker’s knowledge base regarding safe, accurate, prudent medication therapy (Texas Health and Human Services, n.d.).
Once the medication aide examination is passed, the candidate receives a practice permit as a certified medication aide (CMA). The CMA practice permit enables the nurse aide to secure employment as a certified medication aide at nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, extended care facilities, intermediate care facilities, correctional facilities, assisted living settings and personal care group homes.
For any questions regarding the upcoming certified medication aide program that is now being offered at the Legacy Healthcare Careers CNA School campus near Fort Worth, please call (682)626-5266 or telephone the 24-hour hotline at (682)313-6404. The friendly members of staff will answer any questions you may have to the very best of their abilities.
Keep in mind that Legacy Healthcare Careers CNA School is also continuing to offer affordable, high-quality certified nursing assistant training classes with flexible schedules that enable prospective students to keep their jobs while obtaining occupational nurse aide training. Place a telephone call to (682)626-5266 to enroll in the certified nursing assistant program at Legacy Healthcare Careers.