MedNoc Training College is offering free HHA training to any students that shall enroll for CNA or CMA program at MTC. The offer runs from 07/26/2018 to 08/31/2018. Any student who enrolls during this period shall receive free Home Health Aide Training (HHA) regardless of whether the class you enrolled starts within the promotion period or not. However, the class must be completed by 12/31/2018. To qualify for this offer, the student must, enroll in our Certified Nurse Aide or Certified Medication Aide. This offer is only applicable to individual students. This offer is not applicable to any student sponsored by organizations, companies, or facilities. For more questions regarding this offer, please call us at 405-225-7876 or visit our website at www.mednoc.com and under News Tab.
Basic Life Support (BLS) Requirement
Effective September 1st, 2018 BLS for Healthcare provide will be required for all programs. Students must have BLS card before they can be allowed to go to clinical. Therefore, students will be needed to schedule for BLS before their clinical date. This requirement is meant to strengthen our programs and offer quality training.
Due to the continuing inclement weather for many students and exam candidates, classes and exams
have been cancelled. All MedNoc students, please contact your
instructors with any questions or concerns that you may have. Thank you so much!
Due to inclement weather, our offices are closing early today! If you are scheduled for the state exams this week, please check your emails, texts, and call history in regards to cancellations! Your safety is most important to us! Have a great day, be safe, and stay warm!! Thank you so much for your patience and understanding!
When you enroll in a CNA and CHHA course at the same time, we are giving you a discount on the state exam in the amount of $130.00!!
From the President’ desk:
Phlebotomy Technician Program
On behalf of my team, I feel honored to introduce to you, our new Phlebotomy Technician Training Program. I am very excited today to announce that we have officially launched our Phlebotomy Technician Program, and we are now taking applications for February classes and subsequent classes. We have been working on developing this course for the last one and a half years. We have done a lot of research to come to this far.
As a MedNoc team, we have kept our commitment to academic excellence and acquisition of skills by developing a stable and great program. We are very happy that we have finally accomplished our goal. You are now invited to enroll in this program! For more course details, please navigate our website to programs on the homepage. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Finally I want to thank our devoted and loyal students who kept pushing us to develop this program. We appreciate so much, your input and we are glad that you are part of this success.~~~~~~~~~~~~Paul Mungiria, RN, BSN, CCRN.
MedNoc Fees Payment Policy:
- Student/Trainee has the right to withdraw from this program at any time but fees must be paid in full.
- If the Student/Trainee withdraws from this class during the first day of class, the student will be charged $50.00 for the processing of the application and other materials provided to the student/trainee. The rest of the money/fees paid by the student to MedNoc Health Training, shall be refunded in full to the student by check within 7 business days.
- If a student drops after the second day of school, he/she must pay the full tuition for training, books must be returned, and any other materials issued to the student. Failure to return books, the student will be charged $50.00 in addition to tuition and other fees. Fees that are not paid after one month will incur a 5% monthly increase, plus the collection or legal fees incurred by the training school.
- The Student/Trainee shall be required to pay all of the fee balance in its entirety before the scheduled completion of the course, which the student/trainee was enrolled. Failure to pay the remaining balance shall be forwarded to the collection agency of our choice and legal action will be taken for garnishment.
CHANGE IN AGENCY PRACTICE REGARDING DISTRIBUTION OF NURSE AIDE CERTIFICATION RENEWAL CARDS.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), Nurse Aide Registry (NAR), will no longer print and mail certification cards for the renewal of nurse aide certification(s) in Long Term Care (LTC), Home Health Aide (HHA), Developmentally Disabled Direct Care Aide (DDCA), Residential Care Aide (RCA), Adult Day Care Aide (ADCA), and Certified Medication Aide (CMA) (including advanced CMA classifications).
Certified nurse aides will receive a certification card with their initial placement on the Nurse Aide Registry. This is the only certification card which will be mailed to the nurse aide. The card will give the date the aide was first certified and placed on the Nurse Aide Registry, but without an expiration date. It will state on the card, “Verify the status of certification at: http://nar.health.ok.gov “
Certified Nurse Aides can click on “Verify a Nurse Aide is on the Registry” to verify and print certification status. Employers are required to verify certified nurse aides status through the National Background Check Program and can also use “Verify a Nurse Aide is on the Registry” for their records.
You can obtain another initial certification card if needed by submitting the Duplicate or Amended Nurse Aide Card Application, ODH Form 738, found on the Nurse Aide Registry website at: http://nar.health.ok.gov There is a $10.00 fee to re-issue the initial certification card for all certifications except Long Term Care, which is free.
Please contact our office at (405) 271-4085 if you are unable to verify a nurse aide certification or if you have questions about this practice.
For more information regarding, please visit the Oklahoma Nurse Aide registry website at: