Dialysis Hospital Services Nurse RN
Company: Dialysis Clinic, Inc.
Posted on: March 11, 2023
A $10,000 Sign On Bonus is Available.
Dialysis experience not required, DCI provides paid training.
The Dialysis Hospital Services Nurse (Acute RN) provides specialized dialysis nursing care in the acute hemodialysis unit for patients with renal failure. The RN works in collaboration with all team members to ensure every patient receives the safest care with the highest quality outcomes.
Schedule: This position is full-time, working 4, 10 hour days per week with our Greenville Hospital Services Program.
--- Paid 12-week training with preceptor
--- Medical, dental and vision benefits
--- Life and long-term care insurance provided
--- Paid time off including holidays, paid sick time and extended illness benefits
--- Retirement plans with employer contributions
--- Education reimbursement
--- Employee assistance program
--- Wellness program
--- Among others
Prepares and monitors the equipment used for intermittent or continuous hemodialysis and water treatment in the acute setting, including performing quality control checks.
Performs and provides pre, intra, and post documentation of acute patient assessments. Evaluates and makes recommendations regarding patient care delivered.
Initiates, monitors and terminates dialysis treatments via all accesses in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Administers medications as ordered within the scope of their license and provides documentation of administration and result of medication.
Accurately receives, transcribes and implements written and verbal orders from physicians.
Accepts phone lab diagnostic reports, interprets and forwards the information to the physician as necessary.
Provides and documents patient/family education for ESRD and other health concerns.
Serves as the primary contact for the acute patient to the nephrologists' and hospital staff caring for the patient, and as a liaison to the patient's chronic unit.
Knowledgeable of DCI guidelines for Occurrence Reports, and completes reports accordingly.
Acts as a preceptor for new staff as assigned.
Follows institution's guidelines for administration of blood and blood products.
Successful Candidates Bring:
--- Excellent communication skills
--- Demonstrated clinical excellence
--- Desire to collaborate with care teams
--- Ability to problem solve
--- Accredited nursing degree required
--- Dialysis experience not required
--- DCI provides a 3-month comprehensive training, including classroom group sessions and one-on-one skills training
--- New graduates encouraged to apply
Since opening the first clinic 50 years ago in Nashville, Tenn., our Dialysis Clinic, Inc. family has grown to be the nation's largest nonprofit dialysis provider with more than 270 locations in 30 states, serving nearly 14,000 patients each day. DCI invests in our care teams and funds research to further kidney care and treatment options. DCI prioritizes a holistic approach and offers hemodialysis, home dialysis and peritoneal dialysis treatment options. We empower patients to live meaningful and productive lives while also delivering high quality kidney care, saving lives and reducing hospitalizations. Learn more about DCI and see if we're hiring in a clinic near you! www.dciinc.jobs
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