What Is The Difference Between A CNA And A CMA?

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CNA = certified nursing assistant, which means you do 98% of the work and get only 5% of the pay you are next to the bottom of the barrel.

CMA= certified medical assistant, which is a limbo position which means you will make a little more than a cna but less than a LPN =  liscedn practal nurse, that is a step down by 3years if you have not done you pre reqs. And if you have 2 years form becoming an RN.

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