Learn how you can make a difference as a CNA.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant Training Class

 

This is a wonderful opportunity for kind, empathic individuals to be trained for a rewarding career where you can truly touch the lives of residents and their families. Working as a CNA brings a sense of purpose where you really make a difference. Come and find out what it is like to feel valued in a warm and caring environment where leadership supports you & recognizes your hard work! Thompson Health also offers a whole healthcare system where you can grow your career and advance your skills through on-the-job training and/or academic support through our tuition assistance program!

What will you do as a C.N.A? You will assist residents in performing activities of daily living. This requires assisting with maintaining and/or improving the resident’s quality of life to the highest functional level.

How does the CNA training work? The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) Training Program at Thompson Health is set up for candidates who are interested in becoming and then working as a CNA in the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center (CCC).

  • Individuals are hired as a Thompson Health employee prior to attending the class with the expectation they will work as a CNA in either a part-time or full-time capacity once licensed, for a minimum of one year.
  • The training course is fully paid by UR Thompson Medicine Health. Attendance is mandatory for classes as well as the onsite clinicals at our Continuing Care Center.
  • Individuals receive payment while taking the class. After training is complete & they successfully obtain the CNA certification, the pay rate will be increased accordingly.
  • Following the program, participants will be scheduled to take the NYS CNA Exam. Once the exam has been completed, the certified participants go through a clinical orientation, with a preceptor on the avenue/unit they are hired for.

If interested in this AWESOME opportunity, APPLY TODAY!

  • It is required that CNA Training Class participants remain employed in the Continuing Care Center in a full- or part-time status for at least 1 year from certification.
  • High School diploma or equivalent is required
  • The willingness to provide excellent care to residents
  • Good communication & customer service skills
  • Team-oriented, dependable, reliable, honest
  • Ability to handle unpleasant sights and odors
  • Positive Attitude
  • Empathetic, compassionate & courteous to residents
  • Able to attend all the classes on time for the entire period of classes.
  • Able to commit to working rotating weekends and holidays after the certification is obtained.
  • Must show proof of COVID vaccination.

** If you are looking to start working sooner than the next available class, we may be able to bring you on in a similar role prior to the class.

 

 
CNA Training Class
 
 

 

If you have questions about our CNA Training Class or about becoming a nurse at Thompson Health please email:

Associate_Services_RecruitingFFT@URMC.Rochester.edu


 

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Thompson Health believes in Equal Opportunity for all and is committed to ensuring all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, including disabled veterans, have an opportunity to apply for those positions that they are interested in and qualify for without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,  age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. Thompson Health is also committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals so that an individual can perform their job related duties. If you are interested in applying for an employment opportunity and require special assistance or an accommodation to apply due to a disability, please contact us at 585-396-6680.
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Thompson Health has a long and proud history dating back to 1904. At Thompson Health, our corporate values communicate not only our mission and purpose, but also the manner in which we go about delivering quality health care and service to our community. Our values are: 

COMMITMENT is to our Customer. Our Customer is the patient, resident, family, doctor, client, Associate, volunteer and visitor- anyone to whom we provide service. 

ACTIONS speak louder than words. We act in a professional and timely manner, and are accountable for our actions.

RESPECT - We treat every person with dignity, honor and appreciation. We avoid every intrusion into their privacy and hold their personal information in confidence. 

EXCELLENCE - Our system is continuously providing outstanding care and exceptional service. 

SERVICE - We serve with pride, creating a responsive and healing environment. This is what our team is all about.

Our objective is to continue to maintain a caring organizational climate which makes it possible to achieve these corporate values. This depends directly upon the performance of each associate. It is people, individually and collectively, that are our most important asset. I understand the Equal Opportunity Employment statement and Thompson Health Values and the above behaviors associated with them. I accept responsibility for supporting, delivering and role modeling these behaviors should I be offered and accept employment at Thompson Health.