In as little as three weeks YOU can have a rewarding career in the health care field.
- We offer both days and evenings three week, 90 hour programs.
- Our program is state approved according to state Laws and Regulations
- Because Hans Medical is non for profit institution, we are the best and the cheapest in the entire West
Michigan compare to any institutions in Grand Rapids and West Michigan.
- Non refundable Registration fee is $250.00 and class tuition is $600!!!! WOW!! yes!! $600.00. Please contact
us to discuss payment options.
- Our instructors are experienced, compassionate and highly motivated.
- The clinical portion of our program is done at an area nursing facility that uses state of the art technology.
- Once students receive their certificate, they are able to apply to the state of Michigan to take the state exam,
which is $176.50.
- If students do not pass the State exam on the first attempt, we will offer a six additional hours of one-on-one
tutoring to assist in passing the exam.
Criminal Background Check is needed
The criminal background check is a requirement from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 2004 revised standard HR.1.20.
All types of felony or misdemeanor convictions, those that are pending, and questionable histories will be reviewed by the clinical site and admittance into the clinical setting will be determined by the clinical facility.
The clinical facility decision is final.
The following criminal histories will likely disqualify a student from participating in the clinical component:
- Any pending charges
- Convictions/deferred adjudications involving crimes against persons (Physical or sexual abuse, neglect, assault, murder, etc.)
- Convictions related to moral turpitude (prostitution, public lewdness/exposure, etc.)
- Convictions/deferred adjudications related to the sale, possession, distribution, or transfer of narcotics or controlled substances
- Registered sex offenders
Clinical Dress Code:
- Tops/pants – neat, clean, wrinkle free navy blue scrub. A solid white or navy blue shirt may be worn under the scrub top. Pants must fit at the natural waist and be long enough to cover the ankle.
- Shoes - White, non-canvas, closed toe, closed heel
- Socks/Hose - black (no portion of the leg or ankle should be visible)
- Hair - must be neat, clean, and modestly arranged so not to touch the collar
- Make-up - must be kept to a minimum. Perfumes, colognes are not allowed
- Nails - must be short, clean, and free of any nail polish or artificial covering of any type
- Tattoos - must be covered
- Jewelry - watch, med.-alert necklace/bracelet, a modest single ring, and a single pair of post earrings in the ears are the only visible jewelry allowed
- Equipment needed – watch with a second hand, stethoscope, Hans Medical Institute ID, and black pen.
The following unprofessional or inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and may result in automatic dismissal from the program:
- Disrespectful, interruption, disruptive, impatient behavior toward the instructors, fellow students, staff, or clinical staff.
- Inappropriate reaction at any time.
- If the instructor suspects you are a safety risk in clinical due to a student physical or behavior action or issue.
- Cheating, suspected of alcohol or drug use on campus or before class.
- Fighting or the use of profanity or demonstrating an attitude that would frighten a patient such as loud, raised, angry voices.
- If dismissal occurs for any reason, you are not eligible for a refund.
Reasons for Dismissal (Not an inclusive list):
- Cheating, forgery, and plagiarism will not be tolerated and will result in automatic dismissal.
- Not submitting make-up work for class time missed within 2 class periods of returning from time missed.
- More than 8 hours of lab absences.
- Absence from Mandatory Clinical Preparation and Orientation.
- More than 8 hours of clinical absences.
- Failure to submit correctly completed mandatory paperwork by the deadline..
Performance Standards for the Nurse Aide: Student PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION AND PROGRESSION
In compliance with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, the following standards have been established. According to the nature of the work required in nurse aide practice and the educational requirements of the nurse aide curriculum, the student must be able to meet the following:
Communication abilities sufficient for interaction with others in verbal and written form. Collect data. Explain treatment procedures. Document and interpret nurse aide actions and patient and family responses.