Dialysis Hospital Services Nurse (Acute RN)

Dialysis Hospital Services Nurse (Acute RN)

Dialysis Clinic, Inc. | Staten Island, NY, 10310, US
Salary Range:$67,000 – $112,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

Posted 7 days ago

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A $10,000 sign on bonus is available!

Dialysis Clinic, Inc. is recruiting top talent interested in supporting our nonprofit mission to prioritize individualized care for hospitalized patients facing acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. Our mission states the care of the patient is our reason for existence, and our dedicated team embodies our sole purpose during every patient interaction. We seek motivated, compassionate individuals to provide top-notch patient care and offer paid training, competitive pay, outstanding benefits and a positive, mission-driven culture. Join DCI today to build relationships and gain fulfillment caring for dialysis patients in an acute care environment.

The Dialysis Hospital Services Nurse (Acute RN) provides specialized dialysis, renal nursing care, and if contractually required, plasmapheresis treatments in our Richmond University Medical Center acute hemodialysis unit. The Acute RN collaborates with hospital and outpatient care team members to ensure patients receive the safest care with the highest-quality outcomes.

Schedule: Potential fulltime shifts vary from four 10-hour shifts or three 12-hour shifts and are set upon hiring. Some positions are on call 24/7, and rotating call may be required at some locations.

Compensation: $84,000 - $120,000 depending on nursing and dialysis experience; experience preferred


  • Up to 12 weeks paid training with preceptor
  • Paid 12-week training with preceptor
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits
  • Life and long-term care insurance provided at no additional expense to employee
  • Paid time off (PTO) including holidays
  • Extended Sick Bank (ESB) in addition to PTO paid time for doctor appointments, sickness or medical leave
  • Retirement plans with $.50 of each contributed dollar matched for eligible employees, up to 8 percent
  • Education reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Wellness program
  • Among others


What You Can Expect:

  • Prepare and monitor equipment used for intermittent or continuous dialysis and water treatment in the acute setting, including quality control checks
  • Perform and document pre-, intra- and post-dialysis assessments
  • Initiate, monitor and terminate dialysis treatments per established policies and procedures
  • Dispense medication as ordered and document per policy and procedure in hospital medical record
  • Administer blood and blood products per hospital policy and procedure
  • Accurately receive, transcribe and implement written and verbal orders from physicians
  • Access lab reports, interpret and report necessary information to nephrologist
  • Provide renal education to patients and family members and document appropriately
  • Serve as primary dialysis contact for nephrologists and hospital staff and liaison to outpatient dialysis center
  • Adhere to DCI and hospital policies and procedures including proper completion of occurrence reports as necessary
  • Additional tasks as necessary