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Dialysis Nurse

A dialysis nurse, also known as part of a larger specialty known as nephrology nursing, has advanced training and knowledge in kidney disease. Their role is to support, administer medication, and monitor patients throughout the dialysis process and provide education on kidney disease and lifestyle support for disease management.

Dialysis nurses can work in a variety of settings where dialysis is administered including in a hospital, a clinic, or a patient’s home. A dialysis RN can receive training and experience in this specialty through the facility or company they are working for and can also choose to become certified in one or more areas through the Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission, including:

• Certified Nephrology Nurse
• Certified Dialysis Nurse
• Certified Nephrology Nurse Practitioner
• Licensed Practical Nurses can become certified as a Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician

Certifications and Associations

Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC)
American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA)

How it Works

Tell us via phone, email, or using the online form below, details on your case. Do you require a nurse with specialty training, experience, or certificates? Case details including conflicts and search parameters help refine the search and provide the best possible match.

We will send you two to three expert CVs for review.  You are welcome to speak to the experts directly before making your final selection.

Once a retainer agreement is signed with Expert Witness Nurses the expert will start working on your case. The expert will collaborate directly with you for medical records and providing their report. Expert Witness Nurses will coordinate invoicing of the expert’s hours, including the retainer invoice and monthly invoicing as required.

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