A Supreme Homecare - Nursing Certifications

Nursing Certifications

Are you considering a career in the medical field? Are you looking to diversify your present profile? Are you looking to beef up the “experience” section of your resume, without having to wait for years in between different categories? If you are in any kind of transitional or transient mode of life, or place in life, you should consider working with a Local Nursing Company. A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare is one of Metro Atlanta’s premiere medical staffing, and home healthcare agencies.

Is any prior education or training required?

The State of Georgia does not officially require prior education or training, believe it or not! But A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare has much higher standards than current state regulations. Our reputation, our staffing clientele, and our home healthcare patients are far more important to us than to simply let untrained professionals represent our company, or care for your loved ones. That’s why we choose to have higher standards. You are too valuable to us than to leave your health to chance.

How does A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare recognize accreditation?

Some of the obvious recognition processes utilized by A-Supreme include Registered Nurse degree recognition, Licensed Practical Nurse certification verification, and in some cases, Master’s or Doctorate Degree acknowledgement. But rest assured, even these highly trained professionals must pass our multiple levels of application, training, and evaluation before we ever bring them into your home or medical facility.

Other methods that A-Supreme Nursing & Homecare uses for recognizing accreditation include using organizations like CAAHEP (Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs), ABHES (Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools), AMT (American Medical Technologists), RMA (Registered Medical Assistant), AAMA (American Association of Medical Assistants), CMA (Certified Medical Assistant), and other certification organizations that meet our same high standards for medical professionals.

Is continuing education necessary?

Yes, most of the organizations we utilize for training and certification require varying kinds of continuing education. We believe this to be an important part for ensuring our high standards of quality nurse staffing and home healthcare. The specific types vary from organization to organization, but rest assured, we desire our people to be sharp, refined, and on the cutting edge of improved technology and methodology.

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