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Interested in travel jobs as a professional Dialysis Tech in the US? Check out the options below to see if the perfect placement is waiting for you at trustaff. We are searching for with experience and talent for travel placements all over the U.S. Whatever your location need, you can keep working as a health professional in the city and state of your choice.

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The Dialysis Tech will likely have direct contact with patients in a clinical setting. Most professionals will work at larger clinics or hospitals, but some may find jobs in doctor's offices, medical labs or similar facilities. Requirements may include taking direction well, interacting with patients compassionately, and working effectively as part of a medical team. Typical placements are shift-based and paid by the hour.

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Travel Dialysis Biomedical Technician


Why Join CDI Health?CDI Health is a rapidly expanding company that provides customized dialysis management solutions for Correctional Facilities,  Acute Care Hospitals as well as Skilled Nursing Facilities providing high-quality on-site dialysis services.  What’s In It For You?Our company offers competitive compensation coming in above industry standards and we pride ourselves in providing a caring, positive culture for our employees  role to ensure we deliver on our Mission to provide quality care to every patient and unmatched service to every partner while continuously improving the standard of care for often overlooked demographics.As a Travel  Dialysis Biomedical Technician, you will be responsible for performing routine maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting all aspects of our dialysis equipment including water treatment systems for our on-site units. You will be required to 

Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician PCT

 Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician / PCT *Please Note: California Requires State PCT Certification in Addition to National Certification* Must have CA State PCT License in Hand to apply!The Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician provides dialysis therapy for patients under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse. The Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician duties include: Setup and operation of hemodialysis machines Welcoming of assigned patients and reporting any patient complaints about wellbeing to the nurse supervisor. Monitoring of patient response to dialysis and reporting any unusual findings or issues to the nurse supervisor Discontinuing of dialysis treatment according to clinic procedures and evaluation of the patient prior to discharge Documentation of all information related to patient treatment Assignment Detail for our Dialysis Travel Patient 

Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician - PCT

*****MUST BE A CERTIFIED DIALYSIS PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN TO APPLY***** Assignment Detail for our Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician in this location: ~13 Week Travel Assignment ~ Chronic Setting The Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician provides dialysis therapy for patients under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse. The Dialysis Travel Patient Care Technician duties include: Setup and operation of hemodialysis machines Welcoming of assigned patients and reporting any patient complaints about well-being to the nurse supervisor Monitoring of patient response to dialysis and reporting any unusual findings or issues to the nurse supervisor Discontinuing of dialysis treatment according to clinic procedures and evaluation of the patient prior to discharge Documentation of all information related to patient treatment At Quik Travel Staffing, we think 

Travel Dialysis Technologist

~ Job Details We currently have a client in BURLINGTON, VT looking for a traveling Dialysis Tech! Focus Staff is seeking a Dialysis Technologist who is highly motivated and energetic. Candidates must be willing to support a friendly, positive and professional environment. If you are seeking a traveling Dialysis Technologist and would like to work with an agency that will listen to your needs and career goals, then Focus Staff is the right place to  the capability to travel and work in various settings and work environments. Join our VIP team of traveling professionals! Contract Assignment - 13 Weeks (Temporary) Shift: 5x8 Rotating Responsibilities: Dialysis technicians, often referred to as patient care technicians (PCTs), follow strict protocols to guarantee safe and effective outcomes for patients undergoing this four-hour procedure. Their most important tasks are to monitor and adjust 

RN - Dialysis - Travel


DescriptionTotal Taxable Pay (weekly): $Total Non-taxable Pay (weekly): $Gross Total Pay (weekly): $Shift: Days: am - (10 hrs)Location: Mt. Clemens, MIScheduled Hours : 36

Travel Nurse - Dialysis

Host Healthcare has a great travel nurse opportunity. A prestigious facility is looking to hire a travel nurse. This is an opportunity to earn top pay while working at a top facility in the county. Host Healthcare is an award-winning travel nurse staffing company. We offer great benefits for our travel nurse including: day 1 medical benefits, industry’s highest compensation for travelers, travel reimbursements, license reimbursements, and housing stipend.

Dialysis Travel RN

 Dialysis Travel Registered Nurse / RN  The Dialysis Travel Registered Nurse provides direct patient care for assigned patients and assists in care of other patients as needed. The Dialysis Travel Registered Nurse performs all technical aspects of dialysis procedures including: Assessing patient response to dialysis therapy. Making appropriate adjustments and modifications to treatment plans as indicated/directed by supervisors or prescribed by the physician. Assessment of patient pre, interim, and post dialysis and documentation of findings. Administer medications as ordered to assigned patients. Assessing educational needs of patient and educating the patient and family regarding end stage renal disease, dialysis therapy, diet and medications. Assignment Details for our Dialysis Travel Registered Nurse in this location: ~13 Week Travel assignment ~ Acute Setting 

Travel - RN/RN-Dialysis

Ready to start your next travel adventure? LRS Healthcare has flexible RN-Dialysis job opportunities nationwide with top facilities. With a full benefits package, 24/7 support, and a responsive, traveler-first culture, what are you waiting for? Apply today! Qualifications: ~2 years experience in hospital setting preferred ~ Valid license or certification in state of practice, if applicable ~ Excellent communication skills ~ Demonstrated ability to maintain high level of professionalism during stressful times ~ Strong critical thinking skills ~ Valid Driver's License ~ Background and drug screen

Dialysis Technician


 Position DescriptionThe Certified Hemodialysis Technician works alongside the clinical team to provide patient care to people with end-stagerenal disease. They monitor and disinfect the dialysis machine and water treatment systems. Provides direct care to dialysispatients. A certified hemodialysis technician can only perform patient care duties under the supervision of an RN. State laws require an RNto give blood products and most medications, and to access and de-access hemodialysis central line catheters. A hemodialysistechnician can autonomously perform checks and disinfect water treatment systems, ensuring that dialysis equipment is withinstandards and ready for use. Position RequirementsHigh School Diploma, GED or equivalent from a recognized State or Federal accrediting organization. Vocational or technical training or degree in Nursing or Medical Assisting.  

Dialysis Technician


Dialysis Technician JOB TYPE: W2 Contract LOCATION: Clinton Township, MichiganJOB SUMMARY FOR Dialysis Technician:Looking for a Dialysis Technician to come work with out Healthcare client in Clinton Township, MI.Candidates need to have the CCHT and BLS certification.Facility hours are AM to PM.Must have experience using a Fresenius machine. Workers will be working 4 10s per week.Every other Saturday is required and every other holiday is a requirement.RESPONSIBILITIES FOR Dialysis Technician:Reports to the Dialysis Nurse ManagerMonitors patients on an ongoing basis and communicates information to appropriate team member.Under supervision of nursing staff, is responsible for the monitoring and direct care of patients on hemodialysis.Responds in emergency situation.Reinforces education to patients.Documents patient care and observations 

Dialysis Biomedical Technician

Why Join CDI Health?CDI is a family owned and operated dialysis company founded on the principle that everyone is entitled to quality care provided by talented clinicians.What’s In It For You?Our company offers competitive compensation and we pride ourselves in providing a caring, positive culture for our employees.We offer:~(k) match: Employer will match % of employee contributions up to 4%~Extremely Competitive pay~Generous Paid  Biomedical Technologist will be working independently and in collaboration with the RTOM, National Director of Biomedical Services, and National Director of Hospital Services.  This position may require interstate travel.Experience:~Minimum of two years clinical dialysis experience ~Previous Acute, Hospital Services, and or SNF servicesEducation:~High school diploma/GED~Certificate of repair for equipment being utilized - preferred 

Dialysis Technician

 caring for our community and each other in the Washington DC area, Howard University Hospital has a world-renowned reputation for high-quality, patient-centric care. Howard University Hospital is the nations only teaching hospital located on the campus of a Historically Black University and has created a superior learning environment, with groundbreaking research and positive patient outcomes. Howard University Hospital seeks to hire a Dialysis Technician who will embrace our reach and historic tradition of excellence. If you want to make a difference in someones life every day, consider a position with a team of professionals who are doing just that, making a difference.  Dialysis Technician: Must demonstrate collaboration; accountability; respect; excellence; and service. Works with team members and peers in and outside of their immediate workgroup to create an exceptional 

RN Dialysis - Travel Nurse

 We're looking for Dialysis RNs for an immediate travel nurse opening in Worcester, MA. The right RN should have years recent acute care experience. Read below for more requirements. As a Dialysis Travel Nurse, you will provide care and support for patients suffering from acute and chronic renal (kidney) failure. RNs should have experience and skill assisting pre- and during dialysis procedures, following physician orders. As a Dialysis Travel Nurse, you should be prepared to perform the following tasks: Prime dialyzer and bloodlines. Record patients' medical information and vital signs. Prepare dialysis equipment. Oversee dialysis treatment. Cannulate accesses. Clean and dress permanent and temporary catheters. Identify irregular dialysis reactions and notify appropriate medical team members. Teach patient and significant others how to manage illness 

Traveling Dialysis RN

~ Job Details We currently have a client in Oklahoma City, OK looking for a Travel Dialysis RN Registered Nurse!Focus Staff is seeking a traveling Dialysis RN who is highly motivated and energetic. Contract Assignment – 13 Weeks (Temporary) Shift: {Shift} Rewards : (Dialysis RN Benefits)~ Pay depends on location and experience. ~ Health Insurance Coverage ~K matching ~ New licensing reimbursement ~ Job staffing in all 50 states Candidates must be willing to support a friendly, positive and professional environment. Candidates need to possess phenomenal efficiency and attention to detail with a strong knowledge of procedures and patient safety. Being Compassionate and sensitive is a prerequisite for the profession. The ideal Candidates goes a step further by being a critical thinker and fast to act with emergencies. Requirements: Graduate of an accredited School 

Dialysis Technician Certified


 , dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day ~ Match on retirement savingsResponsibilities*#Patient Treatment#Welcome patients into the unit and ask if any changes in health since last dialysis treatment. #Conduct dialysis machine safety checks according to unit policy/procedure. #Before initiating hemodialysis, the patient will be identified using two patient identifiers, name and birthdate, picture if available  and personnel issues that arise for staff. ~Other duties as assignedRequired Qualifications*~High school graduate or equivalent combination of education and experience. ~Certified hemodialysis technician, CCHT or BONENT. ~Minimum one year current hemodialysis experience. ~Ability to stand for long periods of time. ~Ability to perform at a fast paced , staff: patient ratio. ~Ability to lift 

Dialysis Technician Certified


 and internationally.  Our mission is guided by our Strategic Principles and has three critical components; patient care, education and research that together enhance our contribution to society.Responsibilities*Acute Dialysis - ResponsibilitiesClinical Duties/Direct Patient Care #Welcome patients into the unit and check two patient identifiers with armband (full name and birthdate). #Conduct dialysis machine safety checks according to  pressure, pulse and EKG monitoring cables and place in appropriate area every evening.Required Qualifications*~High school graduate or equivalent combination of education and experience. ~Certified hemodialysis technician, CCHT. ~Minimum two-years’ experience working in a hemodialysis unit providing direct patient care. ~Basic life support (BLS) certified. ~Excellent communication skills.Desired Qualifications*~ 

Dialysis Biomedical Technician

 The Biomedical Technician is responsible for overseeing the overall operational condition, maintenance and repair of all water treatment equipment, all medical equipment and mechanical/electrical systems to ensure patient safety and the safety of all staff operating such equipment for their assigned clinic(s).Responsibilities:•    Troubleshoot, repair and maintain equipment as recommended by the manufacturer.•    Repair, calibrate, test, clean and disinfect dialysis machines, water distribution loop and ROs according to protocol.•    Mix bicarbonate solution and acid; perform free chlorine and chloramine test as well as water hardness test.•    Disinfect and perform safety checks and tests on all pretreatment water equipment including but not limited to carbon tanks, water softeners, RO units, UV lamps and ultrafilters.•    Rebed carbon tanks and water softeners as needed 

Dialysis Equipment Technician

 Job Description Overview The Equipment Technician ensures all dialysis equipment, systems, and supplies used in all areas of the facility are properly functioning and safe for use. The equipment technician ensures the physical plant is properly maintained. Responsibilities Repairs, calibrates and maintains dialysis delivery equipment used in-center, in acute dialysis services, and in home dialysis to ensure proper functioning and safety. Provides routine maintenance and repair of water systems in center. Is knowledgeable of and follows AAMI standards for water safety and for reprocessing. Documents repairs and maintenance according to DCI and clinic policy. Performs and documents air quality testing and takes appropriate actions. Performs inventory functions as assigned, following DCI procedures. Knows and follows procedures relating to hazardous chemical 

Travel Nurse Dialysis Acute

 Position Summary: Registered Nurse (RN) Dialysis Acute Highlands Ranch Hospital, Highlands Ranch, CO 13 Week Travel Assignment Full Time, Days  M-F and - Days/Nights Plus call requirement NEW WAGE INCREASE!  $60/hr + travel stipend/package RN Traveler Contract - 13 weeks - extension option Description: RN Traveler - Dialysis Acute - Highlands Ranch Hospital, Highlands Ranch, CO Acute Dialysis unit performing acute hemo and call shifts Perform dialysis and Therapeutic Plasma Exchange  for inpatients and some outpatients. Significant COVID population Position Requirements: America Heart Association BLS, CO RN License and/or Compact License. Proficient in Peritoneal dialysis and Home hemodialysis(NxStage) Education: Bachelors degree nursing is preferred At UCHealth, we do things differently We believe in 

Dialysis Technician - CCHT

 program with complimentary counseling, wellness, and legal sessions for employees and household members~Complimentary year-long weight loss program~Health & Wellness Program with gift card giveaways~Vision~Dental~STD/LTD/Voluntary Life~Accident, Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity Plans~Pet Insurance~Tuition reimbursement~Discounted auto and home insurance~Discounted legal services programWhat You’ll Do~As a Dialysis Technician(CCHT) you will be able to utilize your natural gifts as a patient advocate to drive differential results for dialysis patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities.~We have partnered with local Skilled Nursing Facilities providing on-site Home Hemodialysis to Skilled Nursing Facility patients.Our current hours of operation are typically Monday - Saturday / 7am - 5pm (hours vary based on patient census and care required).Minimum 

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Travel Dialysis Tech - Dialysis Tech in Springfield, Missouri

Aya Healthcare has an immediate opening for the following position: Dialysis Tech, Dialysis Tech in Springfield, Missouri. This is a 13 week contract position that requires at least one year of experience.

Passionate and talented internal team members and clinicians have made Aya Healthcare an industry leader since Starting the day you apply, we’ll help you navigate each step of the process. Whether you seek a position close to home or across the country, our team members will become your staunch advocates, confidants and friends.

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Travel Happy With Aya Healthcare!

Your Aya Healthcare recruiter will work with you to proactively plan your travel career multiple assignments in advance. With Aya Healthcare you get:

  • Front-of-the-line access to exclusive jobs at thousands of healthcare facilities nationwide.
  • Exclusive use of Aya’s unique licensure program. We proactively help you obtain numerous licenses and plan multiple assignments in advance. Because we do the work for you and hand deliver your application, your licenses are issued quicker.
  • No nickel and diming on assignments. We don’t charge you a fee and pay out your full stipends if you are called off by a hospital on one of your shifts.
  • A robust team to support you every step of the way to ensure you start on time, have flawless payroll and an exceptional experience.
  • A credentialing team to locate and pay for all labs and certifications.
  • Precise, clinician-driven unit match assessments to ensure each assignment is the right fit for you.
  • A clinical ladder program that includes paid association memberships, tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness for travelers while on assignment.
  • And of course you get the usual benefits such as:
    • Paid company housing (pets are welcome to tag along) or a generous housing stipend.
    • Premium medical, dental, vision and life insurance beginning day one of your assignment.
    • Paid sick time.
    • Generous k match.

We’ll take care of everything so you can focus on what you do best – providing exceptional patient care!

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  • Job ID -
  • Employment Type - TravelOrContract
  • Profession - Dialysis Tech
  • Specialty - Dialysis Tech
  • State - Missouri
  • City - Springfield
  • Start Date -
  • Duration (weeks) - 13
  • Shift - 5x8-Hour -

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We are seeking experienced and self-motivated travel hemodialysis technicians to join our growing team of healthcare professionals.

  • A high school diploma or equivalent and approved dialysis training program
  • Minimum of one year experience as a Dialysis Technician
  • Current BLS
  • Current Certification in nephrology technology, as required by client facility; 
    • Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) granted by the Nephrology
    • Nursing Certification Commission;
    • Current certification as a Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CHT) granted by the Board of Nephrology Examiners Nursing and Technology
    • Current certification as a Clinical Nephrology Technologist (CCNT) granted by the National Nephrology Certification Organization.
  • Prepares dialysate according to established procedures and the dialysis prescription
  • Assembles and prepares the dialysis extracorporeal circuit according to protocol and dialysis prescription.
  • Tests monitors and machine functions, including alarms, conductivity and temperature. Sets monitors and alarms according to unit and manufacturer protocols.
  • Obtains and documents pre-dialysis vital signs, weight, and temperature.
  • Inspects a patient's dialysis access; initiates dialysis according to unit protocol and patient prescription.
  • Documents treatment parameters and communicates patient condition and issues to Registered Nurse.
  • Administers anticoagulant according to unit protocols and prescription.
  • Measures and adjusts blood flow rates according to established protocols and prescription.
  • Calculates and adjusts fluid removal rates according to established protocols and prescription.
  • Monitors patients and equipment, responds to alarms, and readjusts treatment parameters as defined by established protocols and individual patient requirements.
  • Responds appropriately to dialysis-related emergencies such as hypotensive episodes, needle displacement or infiltration, clotting episodes, blood leaks, air emboli, etc. Initiates cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the event of a cardiac arrest.
  • Discontinues dialysis and establishes hemostasis following unit protocol. Inspects, cleans, and dresses access according to unit protocol.
  • Obtains and records post-dialysis vital signs, temperature, and weight.
  • Discards dialysis supplies and sanitizes equipment according to manufacturer and unit protocol.
  • Maintains professional conduct, good communication skills, and confidentiality in the care of patients. Participates in the multidisciplinary process.

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Demand Growing for Travel Dialysis RNs and Techs

Facilities and staffing companies seem to have seen a major surge recently in demand for dialysis nurses and techs. Amidst a general nursing shortage, this specialty in particular has become an increasingly important piece of the healthcare puzzle.

Is There a Shortage of Dialysis Nurses/Techs?

Absolutely. There are not enough dialysis nurses nor dialysis techs to go around these days. Demand for their skill set has already been high but is now increasingly very rapidly. Medical Solutions works to assist facilities in need of dialysis help, while also finding great dialysis nurse jobs and dialysis technician jobs for current travelers as well as staff nurses and techs who’ve decided to switch to travel nursing.

Why is There a Shortage of Dialysis Nurses?

A unique combination of factors has demand growing for travel dialysis RNs and techs. First, kidney disease is a vastly underrecognized public health crisis that affects more than 37 million Americans, which amounts to about 15% of the U.S. adult population. It’s also a bit of silent disease in many cases, as about 90% of folks with kidney disease are not even aware that they have it!

Second, many of the factors and conditions that can contribute to kidney disease and the need for dialysis treatments are on the rise. Dialysis treatments help clean a patient’s blood and remove toxins when their kidneys can’t do it for them anymore. Dialysis helps remove wastes, excess salt and water, and keeps blood pressure under control. This is needed for kidney disease, of course, and chronic kidney disease risk factors can include type 1 or 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, age (hello, Baby Boomer population!), and other such conditions that are on the rise in the U.S. As those risk factors increase, the need for dialysis nurses and dialysis technicians increases alongside them.

Is Dialysis Nursing a Good Career?

Yes, dialysis nursing is a fantastic career path! If you’re a nursing student who’s considering this specialty and you feel connected to this work, it’s a wonderful choice for you. It’s also a wonderful specialty to move into. As already discussed, there’s a growing shortage of dialysis nurses and techs, which means anyone who chooses to work in this specialty will likely have an abundance of dialysis nurse jobs or dialysis technician jobs to choose from. That gives you more flexibility when you’re choosing between jobs and locations. Also, dialysis RN jobs and dialysis tech jobs in clinics or home health typically have more regular hours, which attracts many to this specialty.

There are also two main types of dialysis, and even though healthcare workers specialized in dialysis should be familiar with both, there’s an opportunity to prove yourself as a real expert in one of the two, which can be a helpful niche within the overall specialty. According to the National Kidney Foundation, there’s hemodialysis (both in-center hemodialysis and home hemodialysis) and peritoneal dialysis. Within peritoneal there are also two distinct treatments — continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and automated peritoneal dialysis (APD). So, whether you’re looking for hemodialysis nurse jobs, hemodialysis technician jobs, peritoneal dialysis nurse jobs, or peritoneal technician jobs, Medical Solutions can help you find a great opportunity. And we’re adding more facilities and new jobs all the time!

Can Dialysis Nurses Travel?

Yes! Dialysis travel nursing is definitely an option for dialysis RNs and dialysis techs. And it’s actually a really incredible option for many healthcare professionals. Working as a dialysis traveler offers you flexibility, great compensation and benefits, and can help you avoid nurse burnout.

Many dialysis nurses working staff jobs ask: How much do travel dialysis nurses make? The answer is, generally a bit more than they’d make on a staff (or “perm”) job. Of course, compensation will always depend on a nurse’s education, experience, and location. But depending upon those factors and all other things being equal, you can generally expect to make higher compensation in travel dialysis nurse jobs and travel dialysis tech jobs. Plus, you get to have an incredible, life-changing, resume-building experience to boot!

You also don’t have to sacrifice great benefits in dialysis travel nursing — you can still take advantage of medical, dental, and vision benefits (all day one coverage with Medical Solutions); as well as a (k) with company contribution; paid, private, pet-friendly housing; a free EAP program; loyalty and referral bonuses; licensure and certification reimbursement; and many other unique benefits.

As already mentioned, dialysis nurses often get to have more “normal” hours than in many other specialties. While they are definitely many acute dialysis travel nurse jobs in hospital settings, you’ll also find options in clinics, home health, and other such settings.

Are you ready to explore dialysis travel nursing as an option for your next great career opportunity? Medical Solutions has a lot of demand for dialysis workers and we have tons of great jobs for you to choose from. Click here to explore travel dialysis nurse jobs and travel dialysis tech jobs!

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Dialysis Tech Travel Jobs & Career Overview

What Does a Dialysis Tech Do?

As a dialysis technician, you offer life-saving care for your patients by operating the dialysis machine. The machine acts as an artificial kidney, filtering and removing wastes and excess fluids from the body. Patients who are on dialysis may have kidneys that are impaired or absent as a result of disease, injury, surgery, or kidney failure. You’ll operate the machine, monitor treatment, and maintain a safe and sterile environment for those under your care. The best dialysis techs are self-directed, responsible, meticulous, and diligent.

Responsibilities of a Travel Dialysis Tech

As a dialysis tech, your responsibilities will include assembling, operating, and maintaining the dialysis machine. You will prep patients for dialysis, administer local anesthetic, monitor patients during dialysis, and provide moral support and care during the process. You should feel comfortable providing patient and family education. You must be ready to handle emergencies and call on nurses and physicians for support. Finally, you must maintain clean conditions and use sterile methods during the process.

How Can I Become a Traveling Dialysis Tech?

A typical path to becoming a dialysis tech is to complete an associate degree from a tech school or community college that has an approved program. You can then pursue certification through the National Nephrology Certification Organization (NNCO), Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC), or Board of Nephrology Examiners Nursing and Technology (BONENT). Requirements vary by state, so be sure to check out the dialysis tech regulations in your location.

What is the Salary of a Travel Dialysis Tech?

The salary for a dialysis tech in was reported as between approximately $35, to $45, Travel dialysis tech salary closely aligns with that of permanent dialysis techs; however, travel dialysis tech pay is in the form of hourly compensation through the travel dialysis tech agency rather than as a salary directly from the healthcare facility. Travel perks such as paid housing and travel reimbursements, sign-on and completion bonuses, and education assistance add to the appeal of traveling as a dialysis tech.

What is the Work Environment of a Travel Dialysis Tech?

The dialysis tech work environment can be fast-paced and demanding yet extremely rewarding. As a dialysis tech, you might work in a hospital, lab, dialysis center, or physician’s office. You may also work in home health care which will afford a slower-paced, mobile environment.

Travel Dialysis Tech Jobs

When you take on a travel assignment as a dialysis tech, you’ll have the freedom to choose when and where you want to work. You can enjoy the challenge and rewards of the career paired with the flexibility and fun of traveling someplace new. Join this exciting career and take your next assignment as a travel dialysis tech.


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