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DIALYSIS/RENAL TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION
What do dialysis technicians do?
Dialysis technicians assist people with kidney failure. Dialysis Technicians work primarily in hospitals, outpatient clinics or in home dialysis settings. They may also have titles of dialysis tech,renal dialysis technician, hemodialysis technician, and nephrology technician.
A dialysis technician job description includes preparing patients and operating equipment that performs the function of kidneys. The dialysis equipment filters out waster and toxins from the blood. Dialysis Technicians work under the supervision of a nurse or physician. They prepare the patient by explaining the process and positioning the patient on a chair. Request Enrollment Information
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Become a Certified Nursing Assistant in just 5 weeks!
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there will be a 20 percent increase from 2010 to 2020 in the healthcare industry’s need for CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants). Many health care facilities recognize the important role that a qualified and compassionate Certified Nurse Aide or Home Health Aide can play in providing quality care to their organization. Many nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants choose to leave the profession to get more training. Learn more about training for a position in the health care industry as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).