November 16, 2022

Saint Luke’s Health System has developed a full-time, six-week, paid training program to equip entry-level nursing assistants with the knowledge and skills they need for the job. 

KCTV talked to Susie Krug, interim Chief Nursing Executive for Saint Luke’s Health System, about why nursing assistants are invaluable to the patient experience.

Watch the full interview below and learn more about Saint Luke's Nursing Assitant Training Program

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