Articles In 'Dialysis Technician'

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

Being a dialysis technician can be a difficult job, but most people agree that it’s pretty rewarding. One of the reasons it is so fulfilling is that you are helping people everyday. Interpersonal skills are important for a dialysis technician, so he or she can manage the various social situations encountered in the role.... read more.

  • December 05, 2017

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

There are plenty of places out there looking to hire qualified dialysis technicians, but you don’t want to work just anywhere; you want to work at one of the top dialysis companies. We combed through reviews at glassdoor.com to see how employees feel about the companies they work for. Then, we used that information to compile this list of the top dialysis companies to work for. 1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention With more than 10,000 employees, the CDC may not be the first place you think... read more.

  • October 25, 2017

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

Dialysis technicians make a major difference in people’s lives every single day - often without being recognized. But today, we are going to explore how dialysis technicians impact the lives of their patients and why you may want to become one.What is a Dialysis Technician?Dialysis technicians help patients with kidney disease stay alive by overseeing the process of dialysis - where a machine filters out the toxins from a person’s body when his or her kidneys are unable to do so. Dialysis is the... read more.

  • July 13, 2017

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

Dialysis technicians have a unique job. They help extend their patients’ lives every single day by using dialysis machines to remove toxins from patients’ bodies. This process of dialysis extends the average patient’s life by 2 years, but many people live even longer with consistent dialysis treatments.We’ve talked about what a dialysis technician does on the blog before. Maybe you’re already considering becoming a dialysis technician. If so, these are 3 qualities every dialysi... read more.

  • April 07, 2016

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

Dialysis technicians can help extend the lives of patients with kidney failure, but this important work takes training. In order to become a dialysis technician, you must have a high school diploma or GED certificate. You can then enroll in a Dialysis Technician program to learn the necessary skills and information to help patients.Read on to find out what you learn in a dialysis tech course and why it’s important:Kidney ScienceYou will be working with patients whose kidneys have failed. Many of them... read more.

  • March 16, 2016

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

Dialysis is the process by which toxins are removed from the body when the kidneys stop working. Many people looking to enter the healthcare field consider becoming a dialysis technician, the person who monitors this process. Because the training period is short, and the field is growing, this is a great way to get started in healthcare. But what does a dialysis technician do?In the following sections, we will answer many questions about what dialysis techs do including: Where do dialysis technicians work?... read more.

  • February 08, 2016

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

With more than 20 million people suffering from kidney disease in the U.S., Dialysis Technicians are in high-demand and the field is expected to grow upwards of 5 million new jobs by 2022.For people looking for a stable career move or to advance in the healthcare field, becoming a NYC Dialysis Technician is a smart career move.What is a Dialysis Technician?A Dialysis Technician is more than just a healthcare professional hooking patients up to machines to clean out toxic fluids and waste from their blood be... read more.

  • October 15, 2015