Thursday, December 6, 2012

What is the Nurse Aide Registry?

Every  State has a Nurse Aide Registry. The main function of the Nurse Aide Registry is to

 keep track of individuals who are allowed to work under the title of Certified Nurse Aide. In 

order to be certified, these people have passed the state nurse aide test, including a written 

and a hands-on examination, and thus became certified for employment in skilled nursing 

facilities. In addition, the Nurse Aide Registry maintains a list of nurse aides who have had a 

finding of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of property against them. The UNAR list aides 

who have had their certification revoked on their web page.  The registry can be 

accessed through the Internet or by phone. Employers verify the certification status of

 a nurse aide by accessing the registry in that state. A certified nurse aide can also contact 

the registry with certification questions. You can also locate your CNA certification number on 

the website and print off proof of certification.  Utah registry website is On 

the  UNAR website you can see if you are certified and when your certification  expires. 

You can  also access online practice exams and find information about 

CNA classes in UTAH and pass  rates for those classes. Currently ccCNA has a passrate of 97%! 

You will be hard pressed to find a higher pass rate in a private CNA CLASS IN UTAH.

 If you are looking for great CNA  training register for one of our two week courses.

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