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5 Dialysis Tech Travel Therapy Jobs in Ohio

Bay Village, OH
Dialysis Tech
estimated $2,482/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 Weeks

Prime HealthCare Staffing is currently seeking RN - Dialysis for positions in Cleveland, Ohio The ideal candidate will possess a current Ohio license. This is a RN position in the Richmond Heights Unit. You must have Nursing License and at least 2 years of recent Dialysis US nursing experience as a RN - Dialysis Requirements - Current Updated Resume - Nursing License per state - Current BLS and/or ACLS and/or Specialty Certifications - 2 current clinical references - Physical (within 12 months) - TB skin test (within 12 months) - Titers - MMR/Hep B/Varicella - Respiratory Fit Test (within 12 months) - Current - Tdap/Flu vaccinations - Must be able to pass background/urine drug screening Compensation and Benefits Prime HealthCare Staffing Benefits - Competitive pay rates - Housing - Highest Tax Free available - 1st Day Health Benefits - License reimbursement - Travel Reimbursement - Referral Bonus Call us today for additional information at .

Prime HealthCare Staffing

Orient, OH
Dialysis Tech
estimated $1,154/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 39 Weeks

Shifts: 8Hour Minimum 2 years of experience as a Dialysis Technician is required. Prepares dialysate according to established procedures and patient’s prescription Obtains and documents pre-dialysis vital signs to include weight and temperature Inspects patient’s dialysis access and inserts needed and initiates dialysis according to unit protocol and patient prescription Measures, calculates and adjusts blood flow rates according to established protocols and prescription Administers anticoagulant according to unit protocols and prescription Changes fluid removal rate and patient position and administers Normal Saline as directed by RN, ALP order or unit protocol= Monitors vital signs (temperature, pulse, etc.) and patient condition then documents observations appropriately Documents patient treatment parameters and communicates patient’s conditions and issues to RNs Monitors patients and equipment, responds to alarms and readjusts treatment parameters as defined by established protocols and individual patient requirements Responds appropriately to dialysis related emergencies such as hypotensive episodes, needle displacement or infiltration, clotting episodes, blood leaks, air eboli, etc., and initiates CPR in the event of a cardiac or respiratory arrest Discontinues dialysis and establishes hemostasis following unit protocol and inspects, cleans, and dresses access according to unit protocol Obtains and records post dialysis vital signs, including weight and temperature Verifies absence of residual sterilants; Takes fluid samples or other specimens for testing and prepares them for shipping Discards dialysis supplies and sanitizes the equipment according to the manufacturer and unit protocols Communicates emotional, medical, psychosocial, and nutritional concerns to the RN or ALP when needed Under the direction of a registered nurse, monitors and documents the status of, and instructs patient in case of, vascular accesses, etc. Reinforces treatment care with the patient Ensures patient has adequate patient care supplies and monitors inventories Assists nursing staff in administering basic treatments (e.g., hemodialysis therapy, etc.) Maintains professional conduct, good communication skills and confidentiality in the care of the patients and participates in the multidisciplinary process Reviews lab work and physician orders Performs basic clinical procedures (e.g., changing bandages) Readies the dialysis equipment before treatment and cares for the equipment after treatment Tests monitors and machine functions, including alarms, conductivity and temperature; Sets monitors and alarms according to unit and manufacturer protocols Completes flow sheets (via EMR) in order to verify patient billing Complies with agency policies and procedures in accordance with state and federal regulations for patient care and services (CMS, HIPAA, OSHA, and other governing agencies) Participates in quality assurance and cost containment programs Participates in individual and group projects as directed by management Other duties, as assigned. Major worker characteristics: Knowledge of client/patient care; first-aid/CPR; general agency practices & procedures; agency, institutional, hospital or clinic practices & procedures HIPAA regulations & standards; human relations; inventory control; employee training and development Skill in use of medical equipment (e.g., blood pressure cuff, dialysis machine, etc.); hypodermics; operation of personal computer. Ability to understand practical field of study; deal with some abstract but mostly concrete variables; recognize unusual or threatening conditions & take appropriate emergency action; develop good rapport with patients and/or residents; understand manuals & verbal instructions associated with practical nursing; demonstrate dexterity to perform medical procedures & strength to move, reposition or restrain patients. Minimum Qualifications One or more years of experience as a dialysis patient care technician; certification as a dialysis patient care technician, CCHT or Bonent; current CPR card; ability to understand clinical/medical vocabulary most commonly written in English; current statement of satisfactory health, including Hepatitis B documentation, negative Tuberculin test results or chest X-ray as required.

Cynet Health

Orient, OH
Dialysis Tech
estimated $1,154/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 35 Weeks

Shifts: 6:15AM-2:15PM Prepares dialysate according to established procedures and patient’s prescription Obtains and documents pre-dialysis vital signs to include weight and temperature Inspects patient’s dialysis access and inserts needed and initiates dialysis according to unit protocol and patient prescription Measures, calculates and adjusts blood flow rates according to established protocols and prescription Administers anticoagulant according to unit protocols and prescription Changes fluid removal rate and patient position and administers Normal Saline as directed by RN, ALP order or unit protocol Monitors vital signs (temperature, pulse, etc.) and patient condition then documents observations appropriately Documents patient treatment parameters and communicates patient’s conditions and issues to RNs Monitors patients and equipment, responds to alarms and readjusts treatment parameters as defined by established protocols and individual patient requirements Responds appropriately to dialysis related emergencies such as hypotensive episodes, needle displacement or infiltration, clotting episodes, blood leaks, air eboli, etc., and initiates CPR in the event of a cardiac or respiratory arrest Discontinues dialysis and establishes hemostasis following unit protocol and inspects, cleans, and dresses access according to unit protocol Obtains and records post dialysis vital signs, including weight and temperature Verifies absence of residual sterilants; Takes fluid samples or other specimens for testing and prepares them for shipping Discards dialysis supplies and sanitizes the equipment according to the manufacturer and unit protocols Communicates emotional, medical, psychosocial, and nutritional concerns to the RN or ALP when needed Under the direction of a registered nurse, monitors and documents the status of, and instructs patient in case of, vascular accesses, etc. Reinforces treatment care with the patient Ensures patient has adequate patient care supplies and monitors inventories Assists nursing staff in administering basic treatments (e.g., hemodialysis therapy, etc.) Maintains professional conduct, good communication skills and confidentiality in the care of the patients and participates in the multidisciplinary process Reviews lab work and physician orders Performs basic clinical procedures (e.g., changing bandages) Readies the dialysis equipment before treatment and cares for the equipment after treatment Tests monitors and machine functions, including alarms, conductivity and temperature; Sets monitors and alarms according to unit and manufacturer protocols Completes flow sheets (via EMR) in order to verify patient billing Complies with agency policies and procedures in accordance with state and federal regulations for patient care and services (CMS, HIPAA, OSHA, and other governing agencies) Participates in quality assurance and cost containment programs Participates in individual and group projects as directed by management Other duties, as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: One or more years of experience as a dialysis patient care technician; certification as a dialysis patient care technician, CCHT or Bonent; current CPR card; ability to understand clinical/medical vocabulary most commonly written in English; current statement of satisfactory health, including Hepatitis B documentation, negative Tuberculin test results or chest X-ray as required.

Cynet Health

Westlake, OH
Dialysis Tech
Start: ASAP

AYA HEALTHCARE HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: TRAVEL DIALYSIS TECH IN WESTLAKE, OHIO. THIS IS A 13 WEEK CONTRACT POSITION THAT REQUIRES AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF EXPERIENCE. Passionate and talented internal team members and clinicians have made Aya Healthcare an industry leader since 2001. Starting the day you apply, we’ll help you navigate each step of the process. Whether you seek a position close to home or across the country, our team members will become your staunch advocates, confidants and friends. TRAVEL HAPPY WITH AYA HEALTHCARE! Your Aya Healthcare recruiter will work with you to proactively plan your travel career multiple assignments in advance. With Aya Healthcare you get: * Front-of-the-line access to exclusive jobs at thousands of healthcare facilities nationwide. * Exclusive use of Aya’s unique licensure program. We proactively help you obtain numerous licenses and plan multiple assignments in advance. Because we do the work for you and hand deliver your application, your licenses are issued quicker. * No nickel and diming on assignments. We don’t charge you a fee and pay out your full stipends if you are called off by a hospital on one of your shifts. * A robust team to support you every step of the way to ensure you start on time, have flawless payroll and an exceptional experience. * A credentialing team to locate and pay for all labs and certifications. * Precise, clinician-driven unit match assessments to ensure each assignment is the right fit for you. * A clinical ladder program that includes paid association memberships, tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness for travelers while on assignment. * And of course you get the usual benefits such as: * Paid company housing (pets are welcome to tag along) or a generous housing stipend. * Premium medical, dental, vision and life insurance beginning day one of your assignment. * Paid sick time. * Generous 401k match. We’ll take care of everything so you can focus on what you do best – providing exceptional patient care!

Bay Village, OH
Dialysis Tech
Start: ASAP

AYA HEALTHCARE HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: TRAVEL DIALYSIS TECH IN CLEVELAND, OHIO. THIS IS A 13 WEEK CONTRACT POSITION THAT REQUIRES AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF EXPERIENCE. Passionate and talented internal team members and clinicians have made Aya Healthcare an industry leader since 2001. Starting the day you apply, we’ll help you navigate each step of the process. Whether you seek a position close to home or across the country, our team members will become your staunch advocates, confidants and friends. TRAVEL HAPPY WITH AYA HEALTHCARE! Your Aya Healthcare recruiter will work with you to proactively plan your travel career multiple assignments in advance. With Aya Healthcare you get: * Front-of-the-line access to exclusive jobs at thousands of healthcare facilities nationwide. * Exclusive use of Aya’s unique licensure program. We proactively help you obtain numerous licenses and plan multiple assignments in advance. Because we do the work for you and hand deliver your application, your licenses are issued quicker. * No nickel and diming on assignments. We don’t charge you a fee and pay out your full stipends if you are called off by a hospital on one of your shifts. * A robust team to support you every step of the way to ensure you start on time, have flawless payroll and an exceptional experience. * A credentialing team to locate and pay for all labs and certifications. * Precise, clinician-driven unit match assessments to ensure each assignment is the right fit for you. * A clinical ladder program that includes paid association memberships, tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness for travelers while on assignment. * And of course you get the usual benefits such as: * Paid company housing (pets are welcome to tag along) or a generous housing stipend. * Premium medical, dental, vision and life insurance beginning day one of your assignment. * Paid sick time. * Generous 401k match. We’ll take care of everything so you can focus on what you do best – providing exceptional patient care!

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