Stephen Morse became a Licensed Nursing Assistant nine years ago.
What does LNA stand for?
LNA stands for Licensed Nursing Assistant
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When the foreclosure notices started coming, Davalos-Helvington was working 20 hours a week as a certified nursing assistant and had a heavy, 18-credit course load at Pioneer Pacific - where she was studying to become a licensed nursing assistant - on top of managing her large household.
Among the jobs expected to experience shortages are medical assistants, home health care aides, licensed nursing assistants, emergency medical technicians, dietitians, licensed vocational nurses, registered nurses, dental assistants and hygienists, physical and occupational therapists, medical coders, radiographers, respiratory therapists, medical interpreters and health information technicians.
For example, licensed nursing assistants make about $11.
The full board consists of 10 members: 4 registered nurses (RN), an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), two licensed practical nurses (LPN), one licensed nursing assistant (LNA), and two public members, all of whom are appointed for five year terms by the governor.
The full Board consists of ten members: four registered nurses, an advanced practice registered nurse, two licensed practical nurses, a licensed nursing assistant, and two public members.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: Ann Werden, left, a licensed nursing assistant at Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services in Keene, was honored by the Home Care of Association of New Hampshire at a State House ceremony honoring caregivers as part of New Hampshire Nursing Assistant Day.
There are five registered nurses, two licensed practical nurses, one licensed nursing assistant, and two public members.