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The department of health in each state regulates nursing aide training programs and the nursing aide certification exam process. Once a nursing aide becomes certified, their name will be added to the registry list. Most states require certificate renewals every 2 years to maintain C.N.A. status.
The current status of a nursing aide’s certification, along with any administrative findings of abuse, neglect or misappropriations of property is maintained on the health care worker registry.
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