St. Francis of Bellingham courtyard and playground in Bellingham, Washington

November 13, 2019

A calling is something you feel drawn to. It’s what gets you out of bed every morning, it’s the reason you put in hard work, and it’s something you truly love.

You could find your calling at Avamere. Here’s a little peek into the CNA life at St. Francis of Bellingham in Bellingham, Washington.

Free nursing assistant classes

Nursing assistants at Avamere have support to gain their certification. St. Francis of Bellingham offers free nursing assistant classes for individuals to expand their skillset and begin a career in long-term care.

Sign up for these free nursing assistant classes today!


Tuition assistance

Avamere helps their CNAs from the start with tuition assistance. CNAs at St. Francis of Bellingham can receive up to $6,000 in tuition reimbursement for union workers and up to $2,000 for non-union workers.

Ask an Avamere recruiter how you can take advantage of this great opportunity to launch your healthcare career.

Get to know St. Francis of Bellingham

St. Francis of Bellingham is a long-standing skilled nursing community. The team at this 120-bed community has cared for seniors in the Bellingham, Washington area for over 30 years.  Their services include: skilled nursing, rehabilitation, long term care, and respite care.

With a 5-star staffing rating from Medicare, the team is primed to support their patients as they help them work toward their therapy goals.

Your nursing pathway

Forge your nursing career at Avamere. With mentorship opportunities, classes, and tuition assistance, you can advance from a nursing assistant to certified nursing assistant, medication aide, licensed practical nurse, or wherever you choose to take your career.

You can find your calling at Avamere, and it all starts with one click.


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