Kula Hospital CNA Training Program April 2022
Application deadline is March 4, 2022.
Six-week paid training begins in April 2022 and concludes in full-time employment!
Kula Hospital is excited to announce another opportunity for anyone interested in starting a new career in health care to earn while they learn with Maui Health's Paid Nurse Aide Training Program. The next class will start on April 18, 2022!
The program is open to anyone with a high school diploma or GED certificate. The next training cohort will take place at Kula Hospital over six weeks on Thursdays and Saturdays. Accepted students will be paid for the duration of the training and after successful completion will be offered full-time employment at Kula Hospital as a Certified Nurse Aide. The deadline to apply is March 4, 2022.
Applicants must have graduated high school or earned a GED. Other program requirements include excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal relations, and customer service, as well as a demonstrated ability to provide culturally sensitive and age-appropriate care. Applicants must also be at least 18 years old.
Interested applicants can apply, or find additional program details here, or browse additional career opportunities on our Maui Health careers website. For any specific training program questions, please email Shaynna Pasalo, Recruiter, or call Kula Hospital at 876-4307. Limited spots are open for the training program and the application process will close by March 4, 2022, or earlier if all spots are filled.
“This program is an incredible opportunity for people who are interested in a stable career in healthcare. Participants will earn while they learn, and at the end of the program can be certified as a nurse aid and begin a new career immediately,” said Kerry Pitcher, Sr. Director of Long-Term Care & Critical Access at Kula Hospital and Lanai Community Hospital.
The CNA training program started in June 2019 and is part of Maui Health’s “grow your own” initiative which includes a partnership with UH Maui’s College of Nursing, Nurse Resident Program, as well as a number of advanced medical training programs offered to current Maui Memorial Medical Center employees. Most recently, in October, MMMC offered an in-house training program for new Registered Nurse First Assistants.
Kula Hospital is a critical access hospital and emergency room serving the growing Upcountry Maui population. The Kula Hospital Emergency Department is staffed with a physician 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is equipped to provide care and services for non-life-threatening emergencies including x-ray and laboratory, splinting, suturing, and wound care, as well as the administering of IV fluids and medications. On most weekdays, patients can be seen immediately, with little to no wait, making it a more convenient ER option for Upcountry residents. Kula Hospital provides compassionate long-term care to about 85 residents, most who have lived there for more than 5 years. Daily care includes occupational and recreational therapy, nutritional services, activities and excursions.