Avg. Salary
$25.54
Avg. Hourly Rate
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The average pay for a Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) is $25.54 per hour.

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$37
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$21.08 - $36.63
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Hourly Data $0$39
Hourly Rate $21.08 - $36.63
Overtime $39.75
Annual Data $0$76K
Total Pay (?
XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).
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$44,535 - $76,180
  • Country: United States
  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 9 Nov 2018
  • Individuals Reporting: 19

Job Description for Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN)

Dialysis registered nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who specialize in the process of dialysis, which is a procedure that cleans the blood of patients who have kidney disease. RNs have at least a bachelor’s degree in nursing and have passed their state's exam to become an RN. RNs who work with dialysis patients must have a few years of prior experience.

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Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) Tasks

  • Manage dialysis treatments according to the orders.
  • Participate in short and long term planning and goal setting for the patients.
  • Ensure that pertinent documentation and paperwork are accurate and complete.
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures as directed.
  • Participate in the maintenance of Quality Control program as directed.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) Job Listings

Dialysis Clinics, Inc. Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN)?

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Houston:
"Busy, focused, case management skills."
Pros: People, relationships, small unit.
Cons: Stress, all consuming, wk follows u hm.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Albuquerque:
"Critical care."
Be a team player.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Louisville:
"Demanding."
Pros: Excellent job security, as new RNs quickly realize it's no fun to be mandated w/o incentive pay, or to be on call at midnight after you've already worked an 18 hour day. I've worked several 23 hour days but RNs don't have unions or labor laws to protect them. Little resources to accomplish demanding tasks- mechanics aren't allowed to get overtime so I keep a list of dialysis machines to avoid (as there are always mechanical issues). RNs must have their treatment started within one hour of clock-in time despite any delays. We are forced to carry a Galaxy 3 handheld to chart on but the new software is always freezing up. Little if any access to the local hospitals' pyxis or computers so that I can retrieve labs & orders. 5 weeks paid vacation but your vacation request will always be denied. Then you vacation time rolls over into "extended sick leave" in which you must be under a doctor's care & go on FMLA to receive your own money.
Cons: High turnover of dialysis nurses. Unjust wages for female RNs, as a new male RN will always make more money. Unjust raises if you can't play the office game. Travel up to two hours to outlying hospitals because the new manager doesn't understand the logistics of efficiency. Unrealistic expectations from managers-- after you've been working for 20 hours the day before, there will be a new, unexpected mandatory meeting on your one day off. You only get two days off in a row every other week. Work schedule is 4 days a week with one call day and one mandate day. Some days (like Monday) you work 20 hours and some days you work 7 hours.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Charleston:
"Team leader."
Pros: Ability to earn 40 hours in 3 days a week.
Cons: Pay.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Phoenix:
"AM I getting the correct salary."
Hang in there.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Walla Walla:
"I Love The In Patient Services."
Pros: The different degree in patients I care for.
Cons: They took away our profit sharing and no bonuses given. Stress level.

Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Dothan:
"A Great Company In Print, Little Recourse For Employees."
Pros: My position is unconventional in that it is Acute Care, NOT a clinic setting. I enjoy finally having a day job (primarily) and getting to work closely with ICU patients again when doing mobile treatments. I also like not being "trapped" in the same area for the entire shift most days.
Cons: My supervisor is a great micro-manager, but horrible leader. The company doesn't recognize problems in local areas until a mass-exodus of employees, or other another disaster. The employee has no voice, or ability to make change, or improve upon the way things have been done for eons, leaving anyone with higher standards very unsatisfied. This company doesn't value experience, they want trained monkeys.

Key Stats for Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN)

Gender

Female
80 %
Male
20 %

Job Satisfaction

Highly satisfied
Rated 4 out of 5
based on 6 votes.
Less than 1 year
37%
1-4 years
58%
5-9 years
5%

Job Satisfaction

Highly satisfied
Rated 4 out of 5
based on 6 votes.

Gender

Female
80 %
Male
20 %

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 84%
dental benefits
Dental: 84%
vision benefits
Vision: 84%
no benefits
None: 16%