Northern California Nursing Academy - Daly City
Hey future nurses, here's a fantastic opportunity! Our program is designed to prepare you to provide top-notch bedside nursing care for a variety of patients.
The program is neatly divided into three terms, each packed with lecture sessions and hands-on experience in nursing facilities, clinics, and acute care hospitals.
On successful completion, you'll get a Certificate of Completion and the chance to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX). We also have a job assistance program to help you find employment in long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.
Established in 2010 by experienced educators, the Northern California Nursing Academy is dedicated to equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge to become exceptional healthcare professionals. Ready to begin this exciting journey? Let's do it!
Please note: specific start and end dates, scheduling, and costs are subject to change.
Hey there, future EKG Techs! We're excited to introduce our intensive EKG Technician training program. This program will delve into:
The anatomy and physiology of the heart
Medical terminology related to cardiovascular care
The function and proper use of the EKG machine
Our program is designed for completion in just 4 weeks (wow!). Although there's no externship required, we guarantee this course will make you well-prepared and competent in your future healthcare career.
At the end of it all, you'll not only receive a Certificate of Completion, but also the opportunity to take the National Certification Exam conducted by the National Center for Competency Testing.
Our academy, established in 2010 by experienced educators, is all about preparing individuals like you to become the best health care professionals in the field.
Get ready to start your journey with us!
This Program prepares Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) to perform the duties and functions in an acute care setting such as assisting patients with respiratory failures, vascular disease, diabetes and other advanced care needs of patients.
Upon completion, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible take on responsibilities in the hospital environment.
Length of Program: 4-8 weeks
This program prepares students to provide quality care to residents in nursing care facilities. Students will learn various aspects of residents’ care, such as Body Mechanics, Assistance in Daily Living, Medical/Surgical Asepsis, and Nutrition.
Clinical Training is completed at our partner facilities - Pacific Heights Transitional Care, The Avenues Transitional Care and Linda Mar Rehabilitation Center.
Upon completion, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be able to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program Exam that will lead to the California Nursing Assistant Certification. The CA Certification Exam is held in our campus.
Job Assistance is provided to all students for employment in long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, hospitals, and agencies.
Length of Program: 2-3 months
This program introduces students to the overall operation of a physician's office. Students will learn administrative duties such as handling financial records, correspondence, insurance forms, and other administrative functions. Students will also be trained to perform clinical procedures, use of the EKG machine and Venipuncture.
Upon completion, students receive a Certification of Completion in Medical Assisting and EKG Technician. Students will be prepared to take the National Certification Exam conducted by the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT).
Job Assistance is provided to all students for employment in SF Bay Area Clinics and Hospitals
This program teaches students how to care for patients with renal failure and how to use the dialysis equipment proficiently. Students will learn how to take vital signs, obtain vascular access, take blood samples and work comfortably with patients and their families.
Upon completion, students will take the California Dialysis Council (CDC) Exam and be able to apply for Certification at the California Department of Health.
Eligible students will be able to complete a Student Internship Program at any DaVita Dialysis Facility in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Job Assistance is provided to all students for employment in dialysis clinics.
NCNA’s Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) program is designed to teach the knowledge in both the technical and procedural aspects of phlebotomy, including but not limited to the collection of blood specimens and venipunctures required by the CA Department of Public Health to become a Phlebotomy Technician. NCNA’s CPT program includes theory and practical (hands-on) instruction. The program will teach students the concepts of:
This program is designed for those who want to advance their career and/or are interested in starting a career in the medical field to become a phlebotomy technician.
This is a full 80-hour program (basic and advanced training with clinical placement) that is pursuant to Title 17 California Code of Regulations (17 CCR), Section 1034 (a)(2)
Northern California Nursing Academy's Pharmacy Technician Hybrid Program aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of pharmacy fundamentals such as:
The program also trains students to receive and verify prescriptions and prepare patient medications.
After completing the theory portion online, students undertake a 160-hour externship in settings like Walgreens, The Pill Club, and UCSF, arranged by the academy. The program lasts for six months, after which students receive a Certificate of Completion and are immediately eligible to apply for a License at the California State Board of Pharmacy.
Northern California Nursing Academy is a PTCB-Recognized Education/Training program. On successful completion, students are eligible to apply for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE).
Established in 2010 by experienced educators, Northern California Nursing Academy supports preparation for individuals aiming to become proficient future nurses, technicians, doctors, and other healthcare professionals.
The Vocational Nursing Prerequisite Course at Northern California Nursing Academy (NCNA) is a crucial first step for students aspiring to advance to the next level in their nursing education.
Essential Preparation: This course is designed to measure students' comprehension and readiness for further nursing education.
Length of Program: The program takes around 3 to 4 months to complete, providing a swift yet thorough preparation for the Vocational Nursing program.
No Entrance or State Exam: There are no entrance exams or state exams required for admission into this prerequisite course, making it a streamlined transition into your nursing journey.
Established in 2010, NCNA is renowned for preparing well-equipped and competent future health care professionals. This prerequisite course stands as an essential part of that process, laying a strong foundation for aspiring nurses.
Northern California Nursing Academy proudly offers a dedicated Home Health Aide (HHA) Training Program. Our program has been specifically curated for those who have either just completed the Nurse Assistant Training Program or are already Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs).
This training program focuses on furnishing students with the necessary skills to excel in a home care setting. The course includes instructing students on how to:
Assist patients with dressing
Provide aid during bathing
Cater to a variety of hygiene needs
Our program spans over an efficient two-week period.
Included in the program is an externship, providing hands-on, practical experience.
Upon successful completion, students will be proficient in delivering high-quality care at home, paving the way for a rewarding career in healthcare.
This course equips learners with the skills required to deliver outstanding care to individuals in nursing care institutions. The curriculum covers key areas including Body Mechanics, Daily Living Support, Medical and Surgical Asepsis, and Nutrition.
Practical training is conducted at our allied locations - Pacific Heights Transitional Care, The Avenues Transitional Care, and Linda Mar Rehabilitation Center.
After finishing the course, learners will earn a Completion Certificate, qualifying them to sit for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program Exam, a prerequisite for obtaining the California Nursing Assistant Certification. The certification test is administered on our premises.
We offer Job Assistance to all learners for roles in long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, hospitals, and agencies.
The duration of the program is 2-3 months.
Established in 2010 by experienced educators, NCNA helps the preparation for individuals in becoming well equipped and competent to become future nurses, technicians, doctors and other health care professionals.
355 Gellert Boulevard, Daly City, CA 94015