St. Luke Health Services Announces New Certified Nursing Assistant Class Now Forming

A St. Luke CNA chats with a resident.

A St. Luke CNA chats with a resident.

OSWEGO – St. Luke Health Services in Oswego announces a new instructional class leading to a New York State certification as a Nursing Assistant is now enrolling students, and will begin on April 2.

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A St. Luke CNA chats with a resident.

The three-week class and certification examination is free of charge to enrollees.

Interested applicants need to possess a high school diploma or GED.

St. Luke’s CNA instructional program boasts a successful completion rate of more than 90% for its CNA trainees, passing the certification examination the first time.

“Our CNA certification success rate is due to our excellent training program, developed over many years of implementation coupled with our commitment to giving you the tools you need to be successful,” said Brandi Durval, RN, program coordinator. “Our program is based on both classroom work and the application of clinical skills in the care setting under the instruction of our clinical supervisory staff.”

To enroll in the upcoming certification class or for more information, contact Durval at 315-342-3166, or visit

St. Luke Health Services is located at 299 E. River Road in Oswego.