Dialysis Travel Nursing Jobs
Dialysis nursing assignments enable traveling RNs to choose great assignments while honing their skills in the treatment of kidney disease.
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Dialysis Nursing Job DescriptionDialysis nurses administer treatment to patients with condition of the kidneys and renal system. Certified dialysis nurses consult with doctors and ensure that the dialysis equipment is working properly by successfully imitating the primary function of healthy kidneys.
Dialysis Nurse Job Requirements
- Active BLS from the American Heart Association
- Active professional license within the state of practice
- Specialty-related certifications are preferred and may be required for specific travel nurse positions
- Experience as a dialysis nurse
- Minimum of 2 years of experience as an RN
Traveling RNs with dialysis nursing assignments have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings while honing their abilities in the treatment of kidney diseases, more so because there is a growing demand for dialysis nurses in the field.
A dialysis nurse is a healthcare practitioner who helps people who have renal failure or other kidney problems. Dialysis nurses—or also known as nephrology nurses— and dialysis nurse positions can be found at hospitals, healthcare facilities, dialysis clinics, and other medical facilities.
Depending on the patient’s demands, a dialysis nurse’s job description is commonly separated into three dialysis units:
Nursing care for chronic kidney failure, acute kidney injury, and peritoneal dialysis processes can also be provided at home to patients.
Dialysis RN Nurse Salary
What is the average wage for a dialysis nurse? As of November 2019, dialysis nurses earned an average hourly rate ranging from $26 to $40 per hour, according to the latest statistics available on the compensation website Payscale.com. They also get a bonus of nearly $1,400 on average and other perks like commission and profit-sharing. (Some dialysis nurses received bonuses of $5,000 or more.) Overall, salaries for dialysis nurses in the United States range from $54,715 to $86,685.
Benefits Of Traveling With Stability Health
Our Stability Healthcare recruiter will work with you to plan out various assignments in hospitals for your travel career in advance. You get the following benefits with Stability Healthcare:
Dialysis Travel Nurse compensation is enhanced by Stability Healthcare incentives and benefits, which are:
Day 1 Premium Insurance: Starting on the first day of your assignment, you will be covered by premium insurance (medical, dental, vision, and life insurance).
$15,000 Company-paid Life/ADD Insurance.
Yes, Travel Nurses can earn more money with various assignments, but the good news is that it’s not simply the money that attracts people to work as Dialysis Travel Nurses. With bonuses, extra shift compensation, stipends, and full benefits, travel nurses can significantly improve their earnings in a short period of time.
Stability Healthcare’s incentives and advantages help Dialysis Travel Nurses earn more money. Such as the following:
- PTO for All Nurses
- Travel Reimbursement
- Referral Bonuses
- Extra Hours Bonus
- Guaranteed Stipend
- Paid Compliance Costs
If you apply to position yourself as a strong candidate for a dialysis travel nurse career you will get many benefits. Stability Healthcare’s Dialysis Travel Nurse jobs offer many advantages to your healthcare career, such as:
- Nationwide Jobs
- Prestigious Facilities
- 401 (k) Plan
- Joint Commission Certified
Are you looking for a Dialysis Travel Nursing career option? Check our job opportunities at Stability Healthcare and start a new step in your career!