Dialysis Management Clinics (DMC) operates three small nurse led clinics that focus on chronic disease management for patients with end stage renal failure. We are currently looking for registered nurses interested in working at their full scope of practice as community hemodialysis nurses. DMC employs both primary and associate nurses at its three locations (Markham, Pickering and Peterborough). Given that the need and availability of RN positions at DMC fluctuate, we encourage all interested applicants to submit resumes for either or both associate and primary registered nurses positions. All applicant resumes are kept on file and contacted when positions become available.
As of Jan-Feb 2017, there is a need for primary nurses at our Pickering and Markham location as well as associate nurses at our Peterborough location.
Primary nurses are defined as RNs working 6 – 12 shifts per month. The number of shifts per month are determined based on need and candidate availability/interest.
Associate nurses are defined as RNs working 1 – 5 shifts per month. The number of shifts per month are determined based on need and candidate availability/interest.
All RN shifts at DMC are between 10.5 to 11.5 hours in length. Hours of operations are typically 7:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Saturday. In Pickering Tuesdays and Thursdays operate from 11:00am to 10:00pm.
Please send resumes to: email@example.com
The qualifications of the Registered Nurse are the following:
- Current certificate of registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario
- Current certification in Basic Cardiopulmonary Life Support (BCLS)
- Participate in continuing education programs related to trends and issues in Nephrology nursing.
- Experience in CKD or ESKD care preferred. If not, registration in Nephrology course required.
- BScN is preferred.
- CNeph(c) is preferred.
Experience, Skills and Abilities:
1) Two years recent hemodialysis experience including off unit dialysis treatment in the ICU setting is an asset.
2) Must be comfortable with using computers and concepts regarding electronic records.
3) Must have excellent communication, organizational skills and be self directed.
4) Must be comfortable working without physicians on site.
5) The ability to identify apparent and potential medical and technical complications of dialysis and be able to proactively respond appropriately is an asset.
6) Ability to be self-directed in their research and accessing of best practice guidelines.
7) The awareness of and ability to maintain appropriate patient confidentiality