RN – Chronic Dialysis Travel

New Directions Staffing

In Center- RN

We are seeking a Registered Nurse who is looking to give life in an outpatient dialysis center.  You can make an exceptional difference in the lives of patients and their families dealing with end-stage renal failure or chronic kidney disease.

What you can expect:

• Long term patient relationships. Build meaningful relationship with patients and their family in an intimate outpatient setting.

• A team that feels and functions like a family. Staff RNs are a central part of a small interdisciplinary team of clinicians. Work alongside technicians, nurses, dietitians, social workers, physicians and the center manager. 

• Fun is one of our core values.  Happier nurses = healthier patients.

• Specialized, complex care. RNs deliver care to patients who are often dealing with multiple co-morbidities which require unique treatment plans and the ability to leverage a broad range of nursing skills and knowledge. 

• Fast paced. Our RNs oversee up to 12 patients at a given time, and up to 3 Patient Care Technicians who assist with patient observations, measuring stats and machine set-up.

• Schedule. Shifts are typically 12 hours, 3 days/week, Mon-Sat (closed Sundays). Schedule times will vary by location but most of our RNs work early morning or day shifts between 4am-10pm. Some holidays required.

Skills:

• At least one year of dialysis experience within the last five years is required

• Experience assessing, trouble shooting and making sound recommendations in stressful situations

• Excellent communication skills to listen and communicate with patients and teammates

• Basic computer skills and proficiency in MS Word and Outlook

• Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Critical Care Unit (CCU), Emergency Room (ER), or Medical Surgical (Med Surg) experience

Licensure:

• Current Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice; Graduate Nurse pre-licensure available in some locations

• Certified Nephrology Nurse (CNN) or Certified Dialysis Nurse (CDN)

Education:

Associates Degree in Nursing (A.D.N) from accredited school of nursing required; Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N);  three-year diploma from accredited diploma program may be substituted for nursing degree

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