Registered Nurse (Hemodialysis RN)
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: April 28, 2017
City: Abbeville, SC
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A Qualified Registered Nurse (Staff RN) shining star should bring:
? Current Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice
? Current CPR certification required
? Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Critical Care Unit (CCU), Emergency Room (ER), or Medical Surgical (Med Surg) experience is preferred
? Certified Nephrology Nurse (CNN) or Certified Dialysis Nurse (CDN) preferred
? Associates Degree in Nursing (A.D.N) from accredited school of nursing required; Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N) preferred; three-year diploma from accredited diploma program may be substituted for nursing degree
? A desire to deliver care in an empathetic, compassionate way. You know, the way you?d want your own care to be
? Experience assessing, trouble shooting and making sound recommendations in stressful situations
? Someone who thrives in an environment that is constantly changing and will face new challenges head-on
? Excellent communication skills to listen and communicate with patients and teammates
? Basic computer skills and proficiency in MS Word and Outlook required; functional proficiency in all computer systems of DaVita within 90 days of hire
What you do as a Dialysis RN is vitally important and makes an exceptional difference in the lives of our patients and their families. As part of our professional team of clinicians, you will ensure the compassionate, professional delivery of all dialysis-related nursing services in an outpatient setting.
As a Registered Nurse at DaVita you will constantly be on your toes working in a fast-paced, constantly evolving environment with new challenges to trouble-shoot and overcome. Make the most of your nursing skills to provide the highest level of care to our patients and ensure their safety, comfort, and well-being.
As a Registered Nurse (Hemodialysis RN) you see your patients three to four times each week for a few hours at a time; while they receive their treatments. The dialysis lifestyle can be very trying for our patients. By forming relationships with them, our nurses understand each patient's unique needs and help ease some of their burden.