Hospital Services

IRC Hospital Services focuses on developing customized solutions with its hospital partners.

Acute Dialysis Nursing
Acute dialysis nurses primarily work with chronically ill patients in a hospital setting, where they will administer hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, continuous renal replacement therapies, and apheresis treatments in a suite location or one-on-one fashion.

Advantages of being an Acute Dialysis Nurse:

No two days are the same. Depending on the location of your patients, you could provide treatments in critical care or a wide variety of floors, including telemetry, general medicine, neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, and post-partum.
As a highly specialized and trained acute dialysis nurse, you will often be the only dialysis nurse on the floor or in the entire hospital on any given day. You must notice subtle changes in your patient's well-being and adjust the treatment as needed. This responsibility can be stressful but can also create a tremendous sense of job satisfaction.
More Time with Patients
​​​​​​​In the hospital setting, patients are often new to dialysis and have many questions. Because dialysis treatments typically last 3-4 hours, you have extended time to provide thorough education and ease their concerns.

What we offer

  • Values and Purpose

  • Communication and Transparency

  • Collaboration and Teamwork

  • Diversity and Inclusion

  • Work-Life Balance 

  • Foster Innovation

  • Flexible working hours

  • Compressed work week 

  • Personal Time Off 

  • Training and development opportunities

  • Training and development programs

  • Regular feedback and recognition
  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)
  • Full Benefits Program
Welcome to the place where you'll increase your experience, learn and have fun.
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