Earn your Hemodialysis Technician Certification in as little as 20 weeks!
Hemodialysis Technicians operate dialysis machines that remove wastes, salt, and extra water from dialysis patients' blood while keeping safe levels of certain chemicals. Technicians prepare patients for dialysis, monitor them and the machine during dialysis, and perform required procedures when dialysis is completed. Dialysis technicians help patients feel comfortable during the procedure and keep the machine in good working condition.
Our Hemodialysis Technician Program is designed to prepare students for employment as Hemodialysis Technicians or as Dialysis Technicians. Students will receive training on all topics required to pass the CDC examination or any of the CMS approved national certification examinations, and be prepared to work as an entry level dialysis technician in hospitals under the supervision of a registered nurse or in dialysis units run by private companies. The program includes both theory and clinical components. Students will complete a clinical externship to introduce them to a real-world clinical setting and work alongside professionals.