Registered Nurse - Dialysis Travel Nurse Assignment in Poughkeepsie, New York

Location
Poughkeepsie, NY
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Dec 11, 2019
Closes
Dec 19, 2019
Contract Type
Travel
Hours
Full Time
At TotalMed, our aim is to be the last company you ever work with. We prove it, too, with the highest compensation, first-day medical benefits, a best-in-industry 401(K) retirement plan, and fiduciary services offered through Creative Planning. You will have low fee, low cost funds such as Vanguard and a variety of other investment selections that will help you reach financial security and ultimately, financial freedom! We dont just deliver a dream for your assignment, we want you to live your dream without the need to work!

With TotalMed, youll always have your next assignment planned, too. You shouldnt have to work so hard at finding your next assignment and our team is here to make it easy for you. New York was named by the British in honor of the Duke of York, who later became King James II of England. New York City served as the capital of United States from January 11, 1785 to December 5, 1790. New York City has more people than 39 of the 50 states in the United States.Through 2015, 64 Nobel Prize winners were born in the state of New York, the most among all states. New York City alone has produced 45 Nobel Prize winners.

Dialysis nurses use their expertise in kidney disease and treatment to make each dialysis session safe, efficient and effective. This professional is the lifeline for anyone who undergoes this complex procedure.

Dialysis nurses are experts in all types of dialysis, including hemodialysis (in which a machine is used to clean the blood) and peritoneal dialysis (in which a special fluid is injected into the persons abdominal cavity to absorb toxins). Regardless of the type of dialysis, these nurses carefully monitor the patients condition before, during and after the procedure and consult with physicians and technicians as needed. Because kidney disease is complex, dialysis nurses work closely with professionals from many disciplines, including physicians, dietitians, social workers and technicians. They also help patients understand their illness and treatment options and show them how to manage their disease through self-care and medication.

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