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What is the ratio to nurse to CNA/CST? Or how many CNAs typically work a 30 bed unit?

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3 techs for anything under 18 and 4 techs for 24 which is our max.

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Look, I don't know about other locations; but in Orlando, CNAs are VERY appropriately staffed. We have 8 patients per CNA...which in my professional opinion is generous.

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None, no CNAs, lucky if you have one for 12 patients. Nurses are the CNAs.

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It just depends on how many aides are there so you would have 7-10 patients.

Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Winston-Salem, NC

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If you were lucky, 1:6. More often 1:10 or 1:15

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN

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CNAs could have up to 3-4 nurses. For a 21 bed unit only 2 CNAs.

Answered - Unit Secretary/Monitor Tech (Former Employee) - Boardman, OH

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