The Renal Dialysis Technician is responsible for providing patient care for patients receiving dialysis treatments. The Renal Dialysis Technician is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of the RN and is responsible for the operation the dialysis equipment.
EDUCATION : High school diploma or GED required.Completion of a PCT training program, or at least one-year previous experience in hemodialysis required.
BLS certification required, or must complete within 2 months of date of hire. EXPERIENCE : Experience in hemodialysis preferred. If an experienced dialysis technician, certification is required. If no previous dialysis experience, must have previous medical/surgical experience and dialysis certification must be obtained within 6 months from date of hire. Credit for previous PCT, MA, or Phlebotomy experience given for those with internal experience only.
COMPETENCY: JOB KNOWLEDGE: Must be psychologically suited to work with chronically ill patients ADDL CONSIDERATIONS: Must possess strong organizational skills.
Must demonstrate positive and professional interpersonal skills, including the ability to cooperate with others.
Must demonstrate knowledge of basic computer skills. This will include training for the electronic medical record (EMR), Internet Explorer, and electronic timekeeping. Must be able to flex hours to meet the demands of the clinical area or take call, if required by the department. Physical requirements as outlined by Employee Health Physical Assessment Form.
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Basic Life Support (BLS).
Certification required as a Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) or Clinical Hemodialysis Technician Advanced (CCHT-A) through Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC), Board of Nephrology Examiners for Nurses and Technicians (BONENT) or Certified Clinical Nephrology Technician testing corporation within 18 months of hire.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended.
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