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Hospital Services

Are you energized by the intensity of a fast-paced, critical care environment? Do you prefer the autonomy of making decisions under pressure? If so, then the Hospital Services (Acute) Dialysis Nurse role could be just right for you. You treat and educate new dialysis patients (and their families) as well as chronic dialysis patients who become hospitalized.

You are the dialysis expert and the hospital staff relies on your expertise. As an Ambulatory Health Care accredited provider, you will be held to the highest standards ('The Gold Seal') of patient safety and quality care.

"It is wonderful to see the great partnership demonstrated between your team and the hospital staff." - The Joint Commission during 2016 Accreditation Survey.

What is a Hospital Services Nephrology Nurse?

Hospital dialysis units care for the inpatient with chronic kidney disease, as well as patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) and transplant. Hospital services nephrology nurses provide therapies in modalities of hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis continuous renal replacement, and apheresis.

The nephrology care environment provides a unique integrated learning experience for students and includes a variety of learning and clinical experience opportunities.

As a Hospital Services RN, you are there until there are no more patients. Here's what you can expect:

Excellence in Patient Care - Help your patients, when they need it the most

Continuing Education - There’s always something new to learn!

The challenges of acute dialysis nursing – the intensity, the unpredictability and the schedule – offer big upsides for nurses who fit in this setting. You enjoy a dynamic environment where no two days are alike and you're invigorated by the impact you make in a short amount of time for patients and their families

"As an Acute Dialysis RN, you have to be able to roll with the punches and be flexible. Your day doesn't go from A-Z and you go home. You have to manage constant changes. Patient acuity always changes so you have to be able to handle emergency situations and stressful situations with patience and confidence." – Patricia S.
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Hospital Services
Hospital Services
Are you energized by the intensity of a fast-paced, critical care environment? Do you prefer the autonomy of making decisions under pressure? If so, then the Hospital Services (Acute) Dialysis Nurse role could be just right for you. You treat and educate new dialysis patients (and their families) as well as chronic dialysis patients who become hospitalized.
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Village Health Field/In-center
VillageHealth is a Strategic Business Initiative of DaVita Kidney Care and is comprised of a dedicated team of specially trained nurses and professionals providing integrated care management to patients with kidney disease throughout the US. VillageHealth’s mission is to improve our patient’s quality of life and benefit society through integrated care.
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Home Hemo
You began your nursing career to improve the quality of life of your patients. Continue your journey by providing exceptional patient care through our Home Hemodialysis (HHD) program.
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Peritoneal Dialysis
It takes a special person to work with dialysis patients, encourage them to take care of themselves, teach them how to administer their own treatments at home, and help them feel healthier in their day–to–day lives.
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VillageHealth Telephonic
VillageHealth is a Strategic Business Initiative of DaVita and is comprised of a dedicated team of specially trained nurses and professionals providing integrated care management to patients with kidney disease throughout the US.
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In-Center (Chronic) Hemo
"In Dialysis, you're teaching patients to live better. After one to two weeks of dialysis they really feel better. You watch as diets improve and then after a few months, blood pressure gets under control, diabetes gets better, and so on. You're a part of helping them change their life!" – Rebecca S.
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Lifeline Vascular Access
Lifeline Vascular Access is dedicated to delivering quality vascular care to patients with a variety of chronic conditions, including those with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
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Nocturnal Hemo
Our in-center nocturnal program is an overnight patient dialysis treatment program that offers independence and a flexible schedule.