The White County Medical Center Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program graduated 20 students in July. WCMC offers the CNA training program through a partnership with ASU-Beebe. Curriculum for the three-week program includes classroom and clinical instruction, which prepares students to take the state certification exam to become a CNA.
The group includes the following: (first row) Jenni Bajorek of Judsonia , Magan D’Orr of Vilonia, Shelby Smith of Beebe and Angie Taylor of Bald Knob; (second row) Kayla Cornett, Jessica LaBorde, Barbara Copeland and Brenda Richardson, all of Heber Springs; (third row) Trisha Jennings, Katelynn Burton and Victoria Weber of Searcy and Randie Ollis of Bald Knob (fourth row) Bri Cottrell of Prim and Katrina Leal of Heber Springs; (fifth row) Kolton Kelly of Searcy, Pat Perusich of North Little Rock and Jackson Howell of Searcy; (sixth row) Grant Scott of Searcy and Ashley Sullivan of Judsonia; (Not Pictured) Taija Nance of Jacksonville.
For more information about the CNA program, please contact Outreach Education Coordinator Dee DeLoach at (501) 278-3189.
ABOUT WHITE COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER
As the leading healthcare provider in a six-county area, White County Medical Center associates strive to improve the quality of health and well-being for the communities it serves through compassionate care. White County Medical Center is the largest employer in a six-county area with more than 1,750 associates. The facility has a combined total of 438 licensed beds and a medical staff of 150 physicians that specialize in various areas of healthcare.
In addition to the North and South Campuses, White County Medical Center includes Family Practice Associates, Orthopaedic and Spine Center of Central Arkansas, Searcy Medical Center and Searcy Medical Center – West Clinic, Westside Family Medical Clinic, WCMC Cardiology Clinic, White County Oncology and most recently McAfee Urgent Care and McAfee Medical Clinic.