Dialysis Travel Nurse Jobs provide an ideal way for Nurses to deliver care to patients receiving hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis in different locations within the United States. Most jobs are in free-standing or hospital-affiliated clinics, but there is also a need for acute, in-patient care. Most Dialysis Nurses (also called Renal nurses - a subspecialty of Nephrology Nursing) care for adult patients, but pediatric dialysis is another possible practice avenue. Job descriptions for Dialysis Nurses often include the need to develop a strong therapeutic relationship with patients, the ability to obtain vascular access and operate complex equipment, and the importance of excellent patient teaching skills. Apply today to land your high-paying Dialysis Nurse job.
Dialysis Nurses care for patients undergoing hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis in hospitals, clinics, or the home. Job responsibilities for Dialysis Nurses include assessing patients before dialysis, obtaining vascular access, monitoring for adverse effects, and providing patient education. Because patients have a chronic condition, it is particularly important for Dialysis Nurses to establish a positive relationship with their patients. The average salary for Dialysis Nurses is more than $78,000.