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What is an LNA (Licensed Nursing Assistant)?
A rewarding healthcare career where the little things you do mean the world to those you serve.
LNAs – also frequently called “Certified Nursing Assistants” (CNAs) or simply “caregivers” – fill key roles in nursing homes, hospitals, home health agencies and long-term care facilities. They are critical in caring for individuals that require a wide range of services. These jobs serve as a gateway to a healthcare career and do not require a college degree.
With an aging population and uncertainty in the workforce, the need for LNAs has never been greater. Individuals can be trained in as little as three weeks and the NH Needs Caregivers initiative covers training costs in many cases, as well as licensing to help fill critical healthcare roles and vacancies across New Hampshire.
Nursing Assistant Training Programs Locations
Licensed Nursing Assistants are needed throughout New Hampshire’s healthcare community. These individuals provide critical services and filling these positions is vital to ensuring that we can care for Granite Staters in their time of need.
Locations across the state are hosting nursing assistant training programs:
These organizations support the NH Needs Caregivers! Initiative.
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