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Temecula Valley School of Nursing
3 months ago
TVSN’s First CNA Patient Care Simulation in lieu to Clinical Internship rotation due to COVID 19 restrictions at Nursing Homes. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago
Due to this COVID 19 Pandemic, all schools offering the CNA Program like Temecula Valley School of Nursing, and its Nurse Assistant students we’re on hold. A group of 11 suppose to take the NNAAP-CNA Competency Examination were on hold and couldn’t be certified. Another group of 15 couldn’t complete the Program due to COVID. On April 14, 2020 we received an advisory of the California Proclamation of a State of Emergency and Executive Order N-39-20. To give us a summary of said Executive Order, CDPH is temporarily waiving or lifting “all” CNA program restrictions on Theory and Clinical training. Here is part of the Exec. order:4) To ensure hospitals are adequately prepared and staffed to treat COVID- 19 patients, the Director of the State Department of Public Health may temporarily waive licensing requirements in Health and Safety Code section 1277 and sections 70203(a)(2), 70701(a)(1)(E), 70703(b), and 70705(a) of Chapter 1, Article 3, of Title 22, that pertain to the credentialing and privileging of physicians. Any waiver shall include alternate measures that, under the circumstances, ensure the competency of physicians providing medical services at the hospital.5) To facilitate the continued provision of care to individuals affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Director of the Department of Consumer Affairs may to the extent necessary and only for the duration of the declared emergency, waive any of the professional licensing requirements and amend scopes of practice in Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code, and any accompanying regulations. Professional licensing requirements should be interpreted broadly to effectuate the purposes of this executive order, and they include, but are not limited to, the examination, education, experience, and training requirements necessary to obtain and maintain licensure, and requirements governing the practice and permissible activities for licensees. The Department, in conjunction with the relevant licensing board, shall provide guidance identifying the appropriate qualifications and scope of practice for each classification operating under a waiver based on sound clinical guidelines and the individual’s training, education, and work experience. Any waiver may include alternative measures that, under the circumstances, will allow the regulated individual to treat patients while protecting public health.CDPH is waiving the following statutes and regulations applicable to NATP as described below:Theory and Clinical Training1. HSC section 1337.1(b)(1) and Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) section 71835(k): A NATP may provide the 60 required hours of classroom training through an online or distance learning format and may begin providing online or distance learning training immediately upon electronic submission of notification to CDPH.2. Title 22 CCR section 71835(g) and (k): A nursing facility may conduct clinical training at any time of the day or night and on any day of the week and may implement an alternate schedule immediately upon electronic submission of notification to CDPH.So that Temecula Valley School of Nursing, started its Online/Distant Learning on May 11, 2020. This VIRTUAL CLASS will cover only the didactic part of the program. Clinical Internship Rotation alternative is for students to do Patient Care Simulation at the school premises if and when at the time students are ready to start clinical internship and the World 🌎 is not clear yet from COVID 19 restrictions. June 06, 2020... is the next VIRTUAL Class schedule. Temecula Valley School of Nursing, will only accommodate inquiry over emails sent to school email at INFO@TEMECULAVALLEYSHOOLOFNURSING.COM and when student applicant has decided to enroll to the CNA VIRTUAL CLASS we will set them up a time and day to come to school at 27349 Jefferson Ave. Ste. 200 A, Temecula CA. 92590 since we enroll by the hour at this time. Must wear facial covering when a student applicant comes in to enroll. Thank you, current CNA VIRTUAL Class will finish May 26, 2020.Student applicants may call 951-2962588. Take care everyone and not so overly confident by not wearing a “face covering”, it’s for our safety in this time of uncertainty. ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
My Prayers🙏to all health care facility house keepers, maintenance, personnels, concierge, nurse aids, nurses and doctors...May The Almighty Father 🙏🙏🙏 keep you strong and healthy COVID free🙌 ... See MoreSee Less
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Update: TVSN will reopen April 27, 2020 accommodating enrollment by the hour and by appointment only, inquiries by phone 951-2962588 and email only to firstname.lastname@example.org ***Weekday/Evening Class starts May 11 - Weekend on May 16, 2020*** Pray 🙏 it causes Miracles🙌 ... See MoreSee Less