A CMA is allowed to perform the administration of medications in the following health care settings under the general supervision of a licensed nurse: long-term care, developmentally disabled, residential care, assisted living, adult day care facilities, as well as the correctional facilities. This course is approved by the OSDH-Nurse Aide Registry and meets all requirements to be tested to become a CMA in Oklahoma. Class includes 40 hours of theory, lab and 16 hours of clinical. The listed price reflects the in-district course cost. Students not living in a career tech district must pay twice the fee listed for this course. Out-of-district cities include (but are not limited to): Konawa, Mill Creek, Ravia, Coleman, Milburn, Tishomingo, Kingston, Madill, and Turner.
Must have 6 months experience as a CNA, and be 18 years old. CMA skills testing will be scheduled separate from class session.CALL 580.310.2248 FOR SPECIFIC GUIDELINES OR STOP BY BUSINESS and INDUSTRY SERVICES TO PICK UP A HEALTH REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST.Requirements for CNA and CMA (FLEX):• BIS Enrollment Form• Valid Driver’s License or Government issued photo ID• Social Security Card (Original card required)• High School Diploma, GED, or college transcript (TABE-CNA only)• Background Check (O.S.B.I.- required within past 6 months)• TB Skin Test -1 required (within 6 months of date of class, chest x-rayrequired if positive result)