I’ve been a RN for 15 years . I’ve worked med-surg, telemetry, hospice, detox, and most recently school nursing. I have accepted a Hemodialysis Nursing position at a outpatient dialysis facility. Does anyone have any experience or advice in dialysis nursing that you would like to share with me on learning about this specialty? I appreciate any advice you can give me. Thanks so much!
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ProsGreat co-workers Upper management cares about the staff's wellbeing Team players The company does its best to accommodate schedule changes. A great company to start out at and climb the latter
ConsOften understaffed due to quick turn over rate and it can be a high stressed atmosphere because we deal with people every day. The clients daily routine changes frequently - it is to help solve
InterviewOn site interview with two higher up employees and then a tour was given of the campus. The campus tour was standard but had no introductions to other members of the team. The official interview asked standard questions.
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...Upper management cares about the staff's wellbeing...
October 13, 2020