Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Celebrate Certified Nurses on March 19 by Giving the Gift of Knowledge

Dave Kyllo

Certified Nurses Day™, held annually on March 19, honors nurses worldwide who contribute to better patient outcomes through national board certification in their specialty. A registered nurse (RN) license allows nurses to practice. Certification affirms advanced knowledge, skill, and practice to meet the challenges of modern nursing.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) offers certification in gerontological nursing – the gold standard in demonstrating clinical excellence in geriatric patient care. Less than one percent of RNs have this credentialing, so credentialed RNs help providers stand out in a highly competitive marketplace. 
To help RNs prepare for the certification exam, AHCA/NCAL offers a course called Gero Nurse Prep. RNs who complete the course earn 30 nursing contact hours and experience a 96% pass rate on the ANCC certification exam on the first try. 

ANCC is the world’s largest and most prestigious nurse credentialing organization and a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association.  Less than one percent of America’s RNs are board certified in gerontological nursing. That means having an ANCC Board certified RN can easily give providers an edge in the marketplace. 

AHCA/NCAL Gero Nurse Prep is affordable and provides value at the $590 sale price. That’s less than $20 per contact hour for outstanding nursing education that makes a measurable difference.  For RNs interested in pursuing Board certification through ANCC, there is an additional and separate cost of $395. 

Watch this video to learn more about AHCA/NCAL Gero Nurse Prep. Check out AHCA/NCAL Gero Nurse Prep today and don’t forget to use promo code QUALITY18 (all caps) when registering to save $100. 
AHCA/NCAL encourages members to recognize their certified nurses on March 19. If your RNs are not yet ANCC Board certified, take this important step on your quality journey and check out AHCA/NCAL Gero Nurse Prep today.       

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