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Start your medical 
career as an LNA

LNA class begins October 5th — Register Today!

If you are a compassionate person who likes to help others and solve problems, consider becoming a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA), one of the most highly sought after jobs in healthcare. Nursing Assistants (LNAs) are valued members of any medical team and heavily relied upon on an everyday basis.  They help to ensure that all patients are cared for and contribute to the medical team’s ability to keep the day running smoothly. LNAs work in a variety of settings, including rehabilitation centers, long-term residential care facilities, and adult daycare centers, as well as inpatient hospitals and outpatient clinics.

Some of the common responsibilities of LNAs include:

  • Answering patient calls
  • Assisting patients with ambulation and movement, including range of motion, turning, positioning, and transferring
  • Emotional support
  • Taking vital signs and documenting according to protocol
  • Assisting patients with personal care, including bathing, combing hair, shaving, and brushing teeth
  • Feeding patients, including carefully measuring and documenting intake
  • Collecting supplies for the nurse or doctor

The LNA program consists of 106 hours of class and training and prepares you for an essential role in the day-to-day functions of nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and hospitals.

The theory and lab classes will be held at Lakes Region Community College. Students will gain hands-on, real-world experience during their clinical training period, which is arranged at a local health care facility as part of this training program.

INDUSTRY LNA CERTIFICATION

Once you complete the program, you’ll be given the opportunity to sit for the Licensed Nursing Assistant Competency Exam. 

LNA Training in NH at LRCC

PROGRAM COSTS

The cost of the LNA program is $1,402.

The cost includes tuition and drug testing fee.

Additional costs include the purchase of a textbook and workbook, uniform, medical costs, criminal background check, competency exam, and LNA license application fee. 

GET YOUR TUITION PAID FOR!

Many students completing this program are eligible for grants and funding. 
To learn more about whether you qualify, complete the form on this page.

NEXT STEPS:

Register now for the next class, which begins October 5th.

To register, complete this form, and our LNA program coordinator will contact you to review information, answer answer questions, and share important requirements for you to get going.

Program Requirements:

  • Criminal background check & drug test

  • Physician documentation for the following immunizations:

    • Covid-19 (hospital makes no exceptions)
    • Rubeola (Measles) – 2 vaccines/immunity
    • Mumps – 2 vaccines/immunity
    • Varicella (chicken pox) – 2 vaccines/immunity
    • Hep B – 2 vaccines/immunity
    • Tetanus – vaccine in last 10 years/documentation of Tdap booster
    • TB Tests – 2 tests planted and read in last 12 months or A Quantiferon Gold Test or a T spot with a negative result
  • Proof of current health insurance

  • ESOL assessment

  • Any other requirements from clinical site

Apply here for the
LRCC LNA Program