The Health Certification Project offers two written certification exams for nurse aides who administer medication:
- Certified Medication Aide
- CMA-Insulin Administration.
Testing Prerequisites for Certified Medication Aide:
- Candidate must currently be certified in Oklahoma as a long-term care, home health care, or developmentally disabled direct care aide
- Candidate must complete an
Certified Medication Aide candidates must also attest that they are at least 18 years of age, received a high school or general equivalency diploma, hold a current Oklahoma nurse aide certification with no abuse notations, have six months experience as a CNA and are physically and mentally capable to safely perform duties.
- Original Training Verification Form signed by the training program supervisor
- Valid, current photo identification issued by government entity within the U.S. (i.e. passport, driver's license, school-issued ID)
- Original proof of Social Security number or Taxpayer Identification number (photocopies will not be accepted)
- Original ODH Form 504 documenting successful completion of training (CMA-Insulin Administration only)
- Verification of Oklahoma current nurse aid certification in long-term care, home health care, or developmentally disabled care
- Verification of Oklahoma medication aide certification aide (CMA-Insulin Administration only)