In a recently proposed bill in New Jersey’s legislature, the minimum number of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) in nursing homes is under question. The proposal includes minimum CNA to resident ratios to ensure residents are receiving care in a time manner. Proposed ratios include:
|1 CNA: 6 Residents
|1 CNA: 9 Residents
|1 CNA: 14 Residents
New Jersey nursing homes that experience an increase in resident census would have nine consecutive shifts to address the ratio.
Read the full proposed bill on the New Jersey Legislature website.