Throughout communities in Illinois and Wisconsin, 15 hospitals, numerous community-based health centers and clinics, our 15,000+ colleagues have built a culture based on our solid core values of respect, care, competence, and joy. These are the ideals we believe in, work by, and live each day.
Built upon more than 145 years of service to the communities we serve, we now look to the future and our place in it as a health care system that strives to continually improve processes, procedures, and outcomes with the latest and most advanced technologies and treatments. Regardless of how far our passion for excellence carries us, our focus will always remain on the most important person in our entire organization: The patient. HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
Dialysis technicians are the primary direct care giver for patients undergoing dialysis treatments. Functioning in multiple roles, including monitoring water treatments and vascular access, dialysis technicians respond to the physical and emotional needs of patients undergoing dialysis treatments.
Dialysis Technicians Certification is required in all states on or before 18 months of hire. Graduate of a certified nursing assistant program preferred
High School Diploma or GED-Required
1 Year(s)-Healthcare Experience-Preferred
Courses in basic sciences; previous health care experience (such as Certified Nurse's Aide or medical technician/technologist) preferred.
Certifications, Licenses and Registrations
Dialysis Technician Certification required within 18 months of hire. In locations that have AED's, certification may be required within 45 days.
Certified Dialysis Technician-Preferred
Basic Life Support (BLS)-Required
Automated External Defibrillator (AED)-Preferred
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