Georgia Nurse Aide Registry
GA Health Partnership – GMCF
1455 Lincoln Parkway East, Suite 750
Atlanta, GA 30346-2200
Phone: 678-527-3010 (local)
The Georgia Nurse Aide Registry, or Georgia CNA Registry, requires applicants to complete a state-approved CNA program (80 hours) and pass the NNAAP exam. Credentia and the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Service (NACES) administers the exam for the state of Florida. The exam entails a written/oral knowledge text in English or Spanish and skill evaluation test in English only. Applicants have three attempts at either of the tests before they have to re-train to be approved for re-examination.
Online Verification of Your Georgia NA Certification
Search the Georgia Nurse Aide Registry to verify the certification of a nursing assistant.
Georgia CNA Certification Renewal
The CNA Registry in Georgia requires that nurse aides must renew their certificates biennially. Fill out the following renewal application form in order to obtain re-certification.
Lapsed Nurse Aide Certificate
Nurse aides who have allowed their certificates to expire, must re-test at an approved site before they will be granted renewed certification. However, if three or more years have elapsed since your certification has expired, you must complete a state-approved CNA program again and re-take and pass the NNAAP exam to get recertified.
Application to reinstate an expired license
CNA Certification Transfer by Reciprocity
A nurse assistant certified in a different state must verify their certification prior applying for reciprocity certification. Their certificate must be current and in good standing in the state they are certified in order to qualify for certification through the process of reciprocity. However, a minimum of 8 hours of paid nursing-related activities is required for all reciprocity candidates.