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Why become a CNA?

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
Why become a CNA?

Want a rewarding career in healthcare? Consider becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) with Campbell County Health. Listen to what our CNAs say about why they like their role in healthcare.

CNA responsibilities include maintaining patient hygiene, supporting doctors and nurses in medical procedures and technical treatments, patient charting, and explaining care instructions to patients. CNAs provide individualized attention to patients and are the primary caregivers in meeting the day-to-day needs of patients. They play a significant role in relaying information about the condition of patients to other members of the healthcare team since they are the one having constant contact with patients.

CNA's are wanted at Campbell County Health in Gillette, Wyoming. CCH is hosting a CNA Hiring Fair at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center, 1000 S. Douglas Highway on Thursday, January 2 from 1-4 pm and Friday, January 3 from 9 am-1 pm. If you're not already certified to be a CNA, we'll pay to train you, and encourage you to come to the hiring fair and apply. Come make a difference in the lives of others with this team by applying at

Campbell County Health (CCH) provides you with great benefits including help obtaining your CNA and other certifications, childcare, up to five weeks of paid time off and separate sick leave, as well as work/life balance. CNA's starting wage is $13.50 per hour. For questions, please call 307-688-1500 or email

  • Category: Careers, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Medical/Surgical Unit, Nursing, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center