Certified Medication Aide

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This Medication Aide program is designed to allow students to complete training in as little as three weeks.

Become a Medication Aide - and Make Yourself More Employable.

What is a Certified Medication Aide? 

As a Certified Medication Aide, you'll learn the roles, responsibilities and skills needed to safely administer medications to patients in their care.

Medication Aides work closely and under the direction of a licensed healthcare professional. 

Medication Aide Program Info

  • The Medication Aide certificate curriculum is designed to allow students to complete training in as little as three weeks.

  • Students at NMC benefit from our hands-on approach to learning, smaller class sizes and a faculty that cares about their success. NMC's excellent reputation will put you in demand for positions working with patients of all ages in a variety of settings.

Medication Aide Salary & Job Outlook

Medication Aide salaries in the United States vary by work setting, industry and experience. According to Simply Hired, the average salary for Medication Aide jobs is $22,000 per year.

Med Aides are qualified to work in a variety of settings, including: 

  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Medical offices
  • Home healthcare 

Professional Organizations

Certified Medication Aide Program Registration Deadline

Registration must be completed one week prior to the class start date. Class size is limited, applications will be reviewed and approved on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

About the Certified Medication Aide Course

This course is 40 hours and attendance is mandatory for all hours.

Syllabus, course schedule and text are provided to the student on the first day of the course. 

Participants are provided with content and hands-on experience, which prepares the student to sit for the state licensing exam. No credits are offered for this program, but students will receive a certificate of completion.