Dialysis Clinic, Inc. - University Relations
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DCI is



- Flexible schedules available - Four days a week and full-time shifts
- Our benefits - Insurance plans, 403(b) retirement savings plan, and more
- Tuition reimbursement programs
- Opportunities for growth and promotions
- Supportive work environment - We’ll train you and help you succeed throughout the course of your career 


Working at DCI is more than just a job. We work with purpose and passion to advance our mission. The care of the patient is the reason for our existence. Each and every day we get the chance to make a difference in the lives of our patients. When you join our team, you can be that difference. 



Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI) is the nation’s largest not-for-profit dialysis provider. Founded in Nashville, Tenn., in 1971, we now have more than 240 outpatient dialysis clinics in 28 states. DCI employs approximately 5,000 people and serves over 15,000 dialysis patients. We offer a variety of services, including in-center hemodialysis and home dialysis training. We also provide dialysis in hospitals across the United States. Our goal is complete patient rehabilitation. We recognize our patients as individuals, and believe each patient deserves the highest standard of care possible regardless of race, status, creed, or ability. Our mission is “the care of the patient is the reason for our existence."  





- Patients are the number one priority. We want committed people who will provide great care to our patients.
- You are required to have a degree from an accredited nursing program and a current license as a registered nurse.
- Keep your CPR certification up to date.
- Excellent communication skills. 

Patient Care Technicians (PCTs)
- Patients are the number one priority. We want committed people who will provide great care to our patients.
- A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
- Previous healthcare experience preferred.
- CNA, EMT, Medical Assistant, CNT, or Phlebotomy skills are desired.
- Dialysis experience is preferred but not required.
- The PCT must be certified as a hemodialysis technician by a nationally accepted certification exam within 18 months of the date of hire.



As a Dialysis Registered Nurse, you will provide specialized nursing care in our DCI clinics. You will work in the in-center hemodialysis unit. You will collaborate with all clinic team members to ensure that every patient receives the safest care with the highest quality outcomes. This position is full-time, four days per week. 

Nurse Responsibilities After Training is Complete:

  • Perform hemodialysis treatments in accordance with approved facility policies and procedures.

  • Prior to initiation of dialysis, ensure dialysis machine, its alarms, and all products used during treatment are prepped and meet DCI’s quality standards.

  • Monitor the patient during dialysis, assessing any emergent changes in the patient’s condition and communicating any issues to the physician as well as the patient’s family.

  • Administer and chart all prescribed pre, intra and post dialysis medications.

  • Follow CDC/CMS regulations with strict reinforcement of infection control.

  • Participate in patient care conferences, medical rounds and chart reviews as assigned.

  • Document patient education to ensure compliance with local ESRD Network, CMS, and DCI requirements.

  • Interact with local hospitals as a liaison to facilitate continuity of care.

  • Assist in teaching and training new staff members as directed by the Nurse Manager.

  • Collaborate with all staff members and renal team members to maintain medication inventory.

  • Ensure the dialysis machines are functioning properly and maintain an adequate stocking of unit supplies.

Patient Care Technician

As a Patient Care Technician at DCI, you will be part of a team providing direct care to patients with End-Stage Renal Disease. The PCT supports all clinic staff from start to finish throughout the dialysis process and delivers the dialysis treatment according to physician orders and nursing assessments. 

Patient Care Technician Responsibilities After Training is Complete: 

  • Obtain and record patient vital signs and machine readings according to facility policies.

  • Set up and tear down the dialysis blood system for the treatment process.

  • Insert and remove access needles in patients for dialysis treatment.

  • Monitor and assess patients during the course of treatment, document changes in the patient's condition, and inform the charge nurse of problems during treatment.

  • Calculate the patient’s weight loss to reach dry weight.

  • Maintain and track inventory.

  • Perform laboratory work.

  • Determine patient care priorities and organize workload efficiently and effectively.

  • Maintain a professional working relationship, observing patient privacy and rights.





  • February 4th, 12 pm - 3 pm (EDT) — Mock Interviews — Westmoreland Community College - Youngwood, PA (Virtual)
  • February 7th, 1 - 5 pm (EDT) — Nursing Career Fair — University of South Carolina Upstate - Virtual
  • February 14th, 11 am - 3 pm (EDT) —Nursing Career Fair — Mercer University (Atlanta Campus), GA
  • February 17th, 12 - 2 pm — Nursing Career Fair —Arkansas Tech College - Russellville, AR
  • February 22nd, 2 - 4 pm (CDT) — Nursing Career Fair — University of Alabama at Huntsville - Huntsville, AL
Need more information? Want to get a glimpse into the day in the life of a dialysis nurse or patient care technician?
Contact our campus recruiter if you have any questions or want to schedule a tour of a clinic.


Brett Gardner, Ed.D.
Campus Recruiter
(615) 414-3564


For more information and to find available positions, visit https://dciinc.jobs/.