What is a Certified Nursing Aide (CNA)?
CNA’s are essential to providing collaborative care in long-term care and hospital facilities. Being a CNA means you provide everyday care to patients by helping them with daily activities.
Alaska is facing a shortage of CNAs to work in nursing homes and hospitals.
Now is a great time to begin a rewarding career in healthcare. Become a part of the patient care team as a CNA.
Alaska offers the nation's highest average CNA salary
CNAs are needed at
In-Home Health Care
Licensed Practical Nurse
Nursing home manager
Geriatric care nurse
What Our CNA Champions Are Saying:
“CNAs are important in our community because we help people that need someone there for them. We make a difference in not only the patient’s lives but in their family member’s also. They’re always appreciative that we are here to help."