Statistics show the number of dialysis centers has grown by 4 percent annually over the past decade.
This increase is largely due to the aging population which contributes to the need for more dialysis nurses.
“A lot of dialysis providers have a hard time keeping up with the demand for dialysis nurses. Therefore, they are using Dialysis Travel RNs more and more,” said Brett Burleson, VP of Staffing at AHS RenalStat.
“We have anywhere from 35-45 dialysis job openings on a regular basis and a large percentage of those are travel,” said Burleson.
“We have openings for Acute, Chronic and Peritoneal Dialysis Nurses across the country. It’s not limited to one area. Most of our assignments are 13 weeks, but that can vary. We have Dialysis RNs that have been with us for years and travel from one assignment to another. These dialysis professionals are unique. They love to travel and they usually love working with a variety of people.”
“At AHS RenalStat, our team has been in the dialysis community for over 25 years, said Burleson. So we know the industry and we’ve developed relationships with the clients and candidates. It makes it easy to match personality and job skills with open dialysis jobs.”
“I have dialysis nurses that will call me all hours of the night and on the weekends,” said Burleson. “These are the nurses that I’ve worked with for years. I know their family, they know mine and they know they can count on AHS to place them in a position they are going to enjoy. And the client is satisified because they get a great employee.”
For more information on how to become an AHS Dialysis Nurse, contact Brett at [email protected] or
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