Certified Medication Aide

Completion of the Certified Medication Aid course can enhance the careers of those that have already obtained a CNA certification. Students will learn the basic principles of medication administration within a healthcare facility with hands-on lab and clinical experiences.

Program Options

The Certified Medication Aide course is six-weeks/75 hours. Students that successfully complete the course will be prepared to take the state certification exam.

Prerequisites
Students must have a Current Kansas Certified Nurse Aid (CNA) certification prior to enrolling in this program.

Health Certificate Course Requirements

Program Faculty

Sondra VanSickle

Practical Nursing Instructor

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Sondra has been a Registered Nurse since 1981 after graduating from Newman School of Nursing, she also holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Administration/Management from FHTC. Her experience in the healthcare field includes med/surgical unit, ICU and telemetry, charge nurse, as well as serving as Director of Nursing at a long-term care facility for 26 years. Sondra taught part-time at FHTC before becoming a full-time instructor in 2014.


620-341-1312
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Sondra has been a Registered Nurse since 1981 after graduating from Newman School of Nursing, she also holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Administration/Management from FHTC. Her experience in the healthcare field includes med/surgical unit, ICU and telemetry, charge nurse, as well as serving as Director of Nursing at a long-term care facility for 26 years. Sondra taught part-time at FHTC before becoming a full-time instructor in 2014.

Program Information & Resources

Certified Medication Aide Cost Sheet View Document
Certified Medication Aide Cost Sheet - High School Students View Document