A Certified Medication Aide is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or non-licensed direct care person who has completed additional classroom training and is certified to dispense medications to patients while working under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.

Certified Medication Aides, as members of the healthcare field, are frequently in demand and afforded an above-average salary based on experience.

A certified medication aide is permitted by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services to Administer medications to residents in nursing facilities; intermediate care facilities for individuals with an intellectual disability or related conditions; correctional facilities; long term care facilities; and assisted living facilities.

Classes will be held at the Abilene Education Center, 717 E. Industrial Blvd. This program includes 130 hours of classroom, lab and practicum experience in an approved facility. The cost is $1,300.

We are accepting packets for the Spring 2019 Class which will begin at the end of January 2019.

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Prerequisites

To enroll in the Medication Aide Program individuals must be at least 18 years of age, have a High School Diploma or GED and currently be employed as a CNA or non-licensed direct care staff person on the first official day of class. 

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About this Program

Degrees & Certifications Program Length
Medication Aide Certification 12 weeks

What Can This Program Do For You

  • Potential Jobs

    Certified Medication Aide
    Certified Nurse Aide
    Nurse
    Nursing Home Administrator
    Geriatric Care Manager

  • Salary Information

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