Written by on April, 6, 2015.
When you want to go back to school as a parent, figuring out a good childcare situation can be tough. You want your child to be well cared for, but you know that continuing your education is important for the success of you and your family. If you've ever been concerned about whether putting your kids in daycare is the right thing to do, you might not have considered all the benefits daycare kids get.Read More →
Written by on March, 1, 2015.
When you choose to work in nursing homes or extended care facilities, you want to feel proud of your institution. You're undertaking an important career in which you'll aid and influence the lives of vulnerable people. However, you know some care centers struggle with bad reputations or negative assumptions. So when you're ready to find a job in your new field, how can you tell which nursing homes have positive work and care environments?Read More →
Written by on February, 4, 2015.
"Nurses are the heart of healthcare." - Donna Wilk Cardillo
You walk down the street, look right, and notice a young woman pushing an elderly woman in a wheelchair. You turn your head the other way and catch sight of a teenage boy helping a frail man cross the road. You stop at your apartment building, head up the stairs, turn on the TV, and see a number of other people performing acts of kindness on the news.Read More →
Written by Abed Osman on January, 1, 2015.
I’d like to address some common questions Alia Heath Career Services gets from the STNAs of our own classes as well as from callers from the outside who would like to get current information about their status on the Nurse Aide Registry. You can call the Nurse Aide Registry at (800) 582-5908 (in-state) or (614) 752-9500 (out-of-state) for status information. You can also fax your request to (614) 564-2461, or perform an online inquiry through the Nurse Aide Registry website at: odhlogin.odh.ohio.gov
Finally, you can write to the Registry at: The Ohio Department of Health Nurse Aide Registry 246 North High Street Columbus, Ohio 43215Read More →
Written by Abed Osman on December, 8, 2014.
Instructors of STNA Classes in Columbus Ohio or the NATCEP Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program please inform your STNA class students that D&S Diversified Technologies LLC at www.hdmaster.com, the company contracted with the state of Ohio to conduct the STNA state test, is the entity responsible for all STNA test scheduling, STNA test confirmation, and STNA test resulting including questions regarding STNA test applications, as well as eligibility to take the STNA state test.Read More →
Written by Abed Osman on November, 14, 2014.
Students who take STNA classes in Columbus Ohio have been sent home by the D&S exam evaluator after arriving to take their STNA state exam in non-clinical attire. The nurse evaluator is NOT affiliated with Alia Healthcare Services in any way, we are simply hosting the location at which to test for the convenience of students.Read More →
Written by Abed Osman on October, 23, 2014.
Once an individual is on the Nurse Aide Registry, he or she can lose his or her right to work. In order to maintain eligibility to work, an individual must provide nursing and nursing-related services for monetary compensation within twenty-four months after he or she last met the requirements for being listed on the Registry. An approved training program such as Alia Healthcare Services must re-train and re-test an individual who does not meet this requirement in order for the individual to be re-listed on the Registry as being eligible to work.Read More →