Current Hemodialysis Tech Travel Nurse Jobs

Hemodialysis Tech Travel Jobs

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

Hemodialysis Tech Qualifications:

  • 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.

Hemodialysis Tech Duties & Responsibilities:

  • 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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Fastaff understands that travel nursing is more than a job; it’s a calling. As the leading Rapid Response® nurse staffing agency, Fastaff Travel Nursing can offer you exclusive positions with the highest pay in the industry. In addition to partnering with prestigious facilities, our nurses enjoy 48-hour work weeks and flexible-length assignments.

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Fastaff can make the process of obtaining your RN license in a new state effortless. If you apply for a new or renewed state license, and accept and complete a Fastaff assignment in that same state, we will reimburse your license fees.

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