Medication Nursing Assistant Certification Program

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Medication Nursing Assistant Certification Program

Medication Nursing Assistants (MNA) provide care under the supervision of nurses or other medical staff. They work in a team to ensure that residents receive high-quality and professional care. The duties of an MNA involve care and working as a partner  with the nurse to administer medication to residents in the health center.


  • Must be employed by RiverMead as a Licensed Nursing Assistant
  • Must be self-directed and dependable
  • Must be a team player with a can-do attitude!
  • Must possess strong communication skills


How to apply:

We are currently accepting applications for Licensed Nursing Assistants. Once a qualified individual is a LNA for at least two years, they can apply for the MNA Program by submitting a letter of intent to the Director of Human Resources.

Course Overview:

This is program consists of a total of 80 hours.

  • 40 hours of instructor-led class work
  • 40 hours of clinical-based work


This course will prepare employees to provide residents with quality care as a Medication Nursing Assistant. It is a combination of instructor-led and clinical-based work in an Assisted Living. Upon completing the course, employee-students will be equipped to take the state certification exam and submit their MNA license application to the Board of Nursing.

This is a program is offered free of charge to eligible RiverMead employees.


RiverMead MNA Program

300 RiverMead Road

Peterborough, NH 03458


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