A dialysis technician who works with patients is in charge of assembling the machine, making sure it is in working order and ensuring it is sterile.
To instruct individuals in area of hemodialysis to provide care to clients in either an acute or chronic setting. The program is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge that is needed to become a professional healthcare provider, providing exceptional care.
The hemodialysis technician works under the supervision of a RN to both initiate and terminate hemodialysis treatments; treatment is accessed either via catheter (hemodialysis technician accesses as per state regulations), arteriovenous fistula or arteriovenous graft. The hemodialysis technician also assists the nurse with monitoring of patients during treatments.
- Hemodialysis Technician
Entry level wages for are about $13/hour. Actual wages vary according to education, experience, and certifications.
Location and Hours:
- Robert Morgan Educational Center & Technical College (Certificate – 600 Hours)