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Acute Care Nursing

Acute Care Nursing (ACNA)

The Acute Care Nurse Assistant is a CNA who works in various departments of a hospital or acute-care outpatient facility. The course provides 80 hours of instruction: 32 hours of classroom instruction and 48 hours of supervised clinical practice in a hospital. Areas of emphasis include medical-surgical, pediatrics, ICU, obstetrics, ER and orthopedic. Earning a certificate of completion will enhance your chances of working at a hospital.

Program Description

The Acute Care Nurse program has been developed to prepare the long term care nurse assistant to function at a competent level in the acute care setting.

Course Objectives

  • Basic Patient Care Procedures
  • Acute-Care Nurse Assistant Responsibilities
  • Communication – Documentation
  • Maintaining a Safe, Secure Environment
  • Care of the Surgical Patient
  • Gastrointestinal and Nutritional Care
  • Genitourinary, Reproductive and Endocrine Care
  • Cardiovascular Care
  • Respiratory Care
  • Orthopedic Care

Course Requirements for ACNA:

  • Students must have completed a CNA program and passed the CNA state exam
  • Completion of the Application packet
  • Valid Social Security card
  • Valid CA Photo ID (Driver’s License, CA ID card, Passport, Green Card)
  • Submit completed Live scan form before clinical training begins.
  • No criminal record
  • Proof of good health: A report which includes a medical history, physical examination and PPD test or CXR signed by a healthcare provider performing the physical examination shall be provided to the institution indicating that the student does not have any health conditions that would create a hazard to him/her and patients or visitors. Due before clinical training begins.
  • A valid CPR card. This may be completed during the CNA course by the American Heart Association (Healthcare Provider)
  • Student entering this program are expected to be able to read, write and communicate at the high school level in order to successfully complete the program