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Our Mission

We improve people lives by creating a positive energized classroom, and clinical site, while providing a safe and productive learning environment; So our students and staff will be able to give specialized, high quality care while improving themselves.

Why Choose Us

Positive Environment

We create a learning environment through theory, practical, and clinical experience while incorporating a safe and diverse workplace.

We provide low student to instructor ratio. This is to maintain social distances to reduce the spread of COVID-19 according to CDC and Michigan State Laws; which in return creates a positive, productive and personalized learning environment.

We're Family

We create a learning environment through theory, practical, and clinical experience while incorporating a safe and diverse workplace.

We provide low student to instructor ratio. This is to maintain social distances to reduce the spread of COVID-19 according to CDC and Michigan State Laws; which in return creates a positive, productive and personalized learning environment.

We strive for highest achievement

Our goal is to successfully teach our students the combination of 22 skills to become certified by the State of Michigan as a Certified Nursing Assistant.

Our program is designed so that our students complete the course with a grade average of 90%, and pass the Headmaste testing on the first try.

At GHI we prepare our students for an entry level position in healthcare that will withstand any recession, while helping and caring for individuals as if they’re family.

We help build up our Community

At GHI, We like to volunteer our services throughout the community with workshops, community health events, and educating people on chronic illness such as, but not limited to hypertension, diabetes, and kidney disease.

We believe that our programs isn’t completely fulfilled without helping our community.

We give back to the community be staffing well trained and highly qualified nursing assistance.

We provide resume building, and job placement assistance throughout our community.

Our Team of skilled experts

18 years of experience teaching students the correct way of nursing and caring for patients.

Our Mission to improve lives

We improve people lives by creating a positive energized classroom, and clinical site, while providing a safe and productive learning environment; So our students and staff will be able to give specialized, high quality care while improving themselves.

CNA Enrollment Requirements

  • Must be 17 years of age or older
  • Completed student application
  • Valid State or Government issued photo ID.
  • Covid waiver will signed during the admission process.
  • TB Test is highly recommended. If needed it’s covered in their tuition cost
  • Deposit is dependent on which program you choose and is due upon enrollment.
  • There is a non-refundable fee of $125.00 if you decide to cancel the class.
  • The refund will be given if the student request in writing to the student service department within 24 hours of the deposit (Unless we cancel our classes. This does not include reschedule of classes).
  • After the 72 hours students will not receive a refund, however students will be able to reschedule the start of the program one time.
  • Sponsorship Program awardee need to complete all necessary paperwork prior to starting

Partnerships

We have partnered up with Michigan Works! and Detroit at Work. WE ACCEPT APPROVED PARTICIPATE

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CNA Class Start Date
Phlebotomy Class Start Date

Dates to Remember

Jan 16, 2024
Phlebotomy Class
Jan 22, 2024
CNA Class Begins
Feb 5, 2024
Phlebotomy Class
Feb 19, 2024
Phlebotomy Class
Feb 19, 2024
CNA Class Begins
Mar 4, 2024
CNA Class Begins
Mar 11, 2024
Phlebotomy Class
Mar 18, 2024
CNA Class

Exciting News

Once all of the below information is reviewed and received, you will be granted access to the next CNA Training Course.

  • Completed Student CNA Application
    $125 (Non-Refundable) Application Fee
  • Basic entrance examination of 80% or higher
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Full Payment of Tuition or Payment Plan Arranged

About Us

GHI offer a Student Resource Program (SRP) Representative to guide students, and assist with information that is needed for their success.

We would like the student to have moral and mental support for the time they will spend with us. A quite room will be offered for (Prayer, Meditation, Lactation etc..) if needed.

Student support Rep will assist the students through their concerns so they will be successful in the program. The SRP Representative will have follow-up phone calls with all of the students after completion of the program.

We care about your overall well-being

Q: What is a CNA?

A:The main role of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is to provide direct, hands-on care to individuals who require physical assistance. They assist individuals with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) such as bathing, dressing, serving meals, assistance with eating, changing bed linens, restocking of supplies, mobility assistance, lifting, obtaining and documenting vital signs, etc… It is important for a person who wants to become a CNA understand the importance of providing compassionate, quality care. A CNA role is working under the supervision of a licensed Registered Nurse (RN) or Practical Nurse (LPN). A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is the backbone of healthcare!

Q: Are CNA’s in High Demand and is there Job Security?

A: The economy has proven that your CNA role will be secure even when the economy is failing. There are many healthcare facilities that will always need caregivers to take care of those that need assistance. The demand for CNA’s will always be there and it will continue to grow. It is believed that the demand for CNA’s is one of the best occupational trade. CNA’s are needed EVERYWHERE!!

Q: What is the difference between a CNA and an LPN?

A: CNA’s perform basic nursing duties under the direction of RNs and LPNs. Becoming a CNA takes about six months less than it takes to become an LPN, a position that offers expanded responsibilities working directly under RNs. LPNs, unlike CNAs, must complete educational programs that take about 1 to 2 years and pass the NCLEX-PN.

Q: Do you need a license to be a CNA?

A: No. Although, requirements vary in each state. CNAs must meet various requirements to get listed on state registries. This includes passing a state exam and completing a state-approved training program. Some employers hire CNAs without certification, but the duties remain limited in these roles.

Q: What are career advancement options for a CNA?

A: Starting out as a CNA offers the opportunity to advance to higher-paying healthcare positions. Many begin working as CNAs right out of high school. After gaining experience, CNAs can take educational and training courses to advance up the career ladder and become nursing home administrators, RNs, or geriatric care managers.

Q: Is a CNA a good job?

A: Yes. Becoming a CNA provides a fulfilling and challenging career opportunity for individuals with limited education. Nursing assistants make a median annual income of $29,640, according to the BLS. However, with experience and further education, individuals can advance to higher-paying positions.

Q: What are the job duties that a CNA perform?

A: CNAs play a vital role in today’s healthcare system by providing direct patient care and assistance. For example, those working in both roles may have close physical contact with their patients and can often be found assisting them with moving, bathing,  Communication with their patients and the patient’s family is also imperative.

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