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CNA positions are perfect for those looking for a career change as no prior medical education is necessary. You’ll enjoy a stable career because CNAs will always play an important role in providing quality health care to patients.

If you’re thinking about a health care career down the road, it’s the perfect way to get your foot in the door of the medical industry. Gain hands-on experience in care working alongside nurses and other professionals who are passionate about creating a positive impact. No college degree is required.

What Does a CNA Do?

CNAs are essential in nearly every health care setting, including home health care and long-term care facilities. They typically work directly with patients to ensure their comfort and improve the quality of their stay. Tasks may include:

  • Repositioning patients in bed
  • Recording patients’ health statuses
  • Assisting in health procedures
  • Following nutrition plans and feeding patients
  • Cleaning rooms and bed sheets

Competitive Pay and Benefits

  • Great Pay
  • Free Health Insurance*
  • Day 1 PTO
  • Career Development

*Free individual plan for full-time employees on Avera 3500.

More Benefits

A Long-term Care CNA Hopes to Inspire Others

Laurie Greenough has cared for the elderly as a certified nursing assistant for over 30 years. Watch as she shares how caring for her residents is not just a job, it's a passion. 

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