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Why become a CMA?


When you become a Certified Medication Aide (CMA) you are able to administer routine medications to residents in an assisted living facility as well as personal care homes.

If you are already a CNA, CHHA or a PCA and your certification is in good standing, you are eligible to take our CMA training program that is approved by the NJ Department of Health, which will qualify you to sit for the state exam and boost your career.

After completion of our CMA course and receiving your certificate, you can register with the state to take the exam. You must take the test within three (3) months of completing our program and undergo a Criminal Background Investigation (CBI).

To get started in advancing your career in the healthcare field, register today by clicking here!


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