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Medication Technician

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)


Our Medication Technician program is a Georgia Approved Certified Medication Aide Training that Qualified individuals can use in Assisted Living Communities to provide care for the elderly in need of medication administration. Candidates must have an active GA


After completing a  CNA course, they can now take the CMA  exam. Upon successful completion of the exam with a passing score, candidates can apply to the medication aide program if desired.


Course Description


Students are trained on how to administer medications through different routes such as by mouth , ear, eye, rectal, nasal, topical and injectable like insulin. Upon completing the course, successful students will complete a medication administration skills checklist. The student can then be eligible to take the online only medication aide certification exam. Students must meet the passing score of 82% or higher. Each candidates is given three chances to pass the exam. The three chances must be attempted within 90 days from the first attempt. Certification exams are done at our facility where you are comfortable. Exams are by appointments only. 

Admission Requirements

  • Active Georgia CNA Certification

  • Background check

  • Government issued ID

  • Social Security card

  • High school diploma or GED

  • Willingness to learn

Career opprtunity

Certified Medication technicians may seek employment at community health centers, Assisted living facilities and personal care homes

Re-certification Class

This course for individuals who are already certified a CMA

Will require and RN at your facility to who can sign your renewal certification application

One day only, a minimum of 4hours

Only by appointment

Must provide your CMA certificate prior to registration

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