U.S. Renal Care28,897 positions
Company Description U.S. Renal Care was founded in 2000 and serves more than 23,000 patients in 300 dialysis facilities in 31 states and the Territory of Guam. At our core, we exist to serve our patients.
Record hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and any other related charges to patient accounts submitted by the dialysis centers after reviewing for all necessary and correct information.
Acute nurses may report directly to an Acute Manager, Administrator or the first line of regional operational management which may be an Area Director, Regional Director, or vice president of operations, depending on the region/demographics.
At least three (3) years of experience in dialysis nursing, or has at least 2 years dialysis experience and holds a current certification from a nationally recognized Board in Nephrology nursing or hemodialysis experience in the care of ESRD clients.
Dialysis Charge Nurse Rn Chronic Incenter Signon Bonus - US Renal Care Job Description Experienced candidates will be eligible for up to a $10,000.00 Sign-on Bonus - Please Inquire!
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