Rehabilitation nursing certification review course
The Hook Rehabilitation Center at Community Health Network is committed to educating and developing rehabilitation nurses who are competent and proficient in providing rehabilitative nursing care. The center provides a curriculum that will prepare registered nurses to test for national certification. The CRRN (certified rehabilitation registered nurse) credential is the certification awarded by ARN (Association of Rehabilitation Nurses).
About this review course
The review course for rehabilitation registered nurses is offered as a part of the two-phase Rehabilitation Nursing Institute program. The Hook Rehabilitation Center at Community conducts yearly review courses for employees who intend to take the rehabilitation nursing certification examination. The participants must have at least two years of experience in rehabilitation nursing to be able to attend the course. Community employees will be paid for the two days of attendance. The review course is organized as two eight-hour days. The 16 hours may be counted as continuing education credit requirements for the rehabilitation nursing certification/re-certification.
For more information please e-mail a manager.