The Manor at Seneca Hill Graduates Five CNAs
Posted on July 11, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jamie Leszczynski
(Oswego, NY – July 8, 2021) As the demand for talented, healthcare workers rises across the country, and even during some of the most trying times in healthcare, The Manor at Seneca Hill continued to offer their internal training program to help retain staff, while advancing their career.
Current employees of the skilled nursing facility can take advantage of a six-week program right at The Manor, to advance their career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). The program consists of 240 hours of clinical, class, and lab training. Participants not only have to pass a written test but also a clinical skills test at that state level.
On Friday, June 11, The Manor held a ceremony to celebrate the graduation of five new CNAs: Michelle Bowman, Makayla Jackson, Eryka Bartlett, Alyssa Robinson, and Vanna Ellis.
“We are very proud of our employees for their commitment to providing quality care for our residents and taking the initiative to advance their career,” stated Jason Santiago, Chief Operating Officer, The Manor at Seneca Hill.
The Manor at Seneca Hill has earned a 5-star rating for quality and a 5-star rating overall by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Five employees of The Manor at Seneca Hill earn CNA certification.
About Oswego Health:
The mission of Oswego Health is to provide accessible, quality care and improve the health of residents throughout Oswego County. As a not-for-profit healthcare system that was established in 1881, Oswego Health is proud to continue to be one of Oswego County’s largest employers. More than 1,200 employees work for the Oswego Health system, which includes the 164-bed community Oswego Hospital, a 28-bed psychiatric acute-care facility with multiple outpatient behavioral health service locations, The Manor at Seneca Hill, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility, and Springside at Seneca Hill, a retirement community. Oswego Health also has Health Services Centers located throughout Oswego County.For more information about Oswego Health, please visit our website www.oswegohealth.org.
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