Travel Acute Dialysis RN
- The Acute Dialysis Nurse (Acute Nurse) is responsible for the delivery of safe, quality care of dialysis treatments under indirect supervision in accordance with state law and policies and procedures.
- The Acute Nurse is required to make independent decisions using professional nursing knowledge.
- The Acute Nurse directs, assists, and is the primary resource for the Acute Patient Care Technician (Acute PCT) providing direct services to the patients.
- The Acute Nurse will fulfill our Client's Dialysis Mission Statement: “I will ensure superior outcomes and achieve exceptional patient satisfaction by always providing compassionate, high quality, individualized care to my patients.”
Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent.
BSN Preferred for RNs.
Proven leadership in the supervision of Acute PCT staff.
Current state license as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Current CPR certification.
Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and satisfactorily communicate in English.
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying
One-year dialysis experience preferred.
Nephrology Certification within one year of eligibility to take test for RNs.