Baptist Health Clinical School

The Baptist Health Clinical School offers a 15-week Nurse Assistant Training Program focused on training students to care for patients in all types of settings.

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With a special focus on acute care, the Nurse Assistant program at Baptist Health trains students to care for patients in all types of care settings and prepares them for the CNA exam.

Why Baptist Health?

Diverse Learning Experiences
While most programs focus solely on long term care, our program also prepares students to work in a hospital setting with rotations in acute patient care.

Individualized Attention
With smaller class sizes, students can expect one-on-one direction in the classroom as well as individual guidance from the instructor and CNA preceptor during clinical rotations.


Application Info

Application deadline: April 19, 2024
Orientation: June 20, 2024

Pay Application Fee

For questions or additional information, contact:

Sheyla Braddock, MSN, RN, CCRN-K
Program and Clinical Coordinator

  • Licensed Nurse Assistant Program

    The Nurse Assistant Training Program at the Baptist Health Clinical School is licensed through the Florida Board of Nursing and the Department of Education.

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About the Nurse Assistant Training Program

CNAs assist registered nurses in caring for patients with their activities of daily living, including maintaining a safe environment, collecting lab specimens, intake and output monitoring as well as electronic medical record documentation. Our program prepares students to be successful in that role.

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Frequently Asked Questions