Frequently Asked Questions

Hemodialysis is the removal of patient blood, fluid and toxins through a Semi Permeable membrane (artificial kidney). Hemodialysis is for those diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease (E.S.R.D.)
The program is 96 hours long. Day, Evening and Saturday classes available. (On campus only).
Yes, our online accredited hemodialysis training program is an alternative and an economical way to become a hemodialysis professional. After successfully completing the program online, we will mail you your certificate within 48 hours.
Students will have 60 days to complete the program; however, most students can complete it in much shorter time.
Yes, 50 percent of the program is hands on. Which includes Dialysis machine setup, preparation of the artificial kidneys, insert dialysis needles into artificial practice arm, Catheter care, Fluid Management & Equipment Monitoring.
Must be 18 years of age, must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language, High School graduate or equivalent for non-nurses. Current license for RN and LPN/LVN Medical background preferred.
Dialysis as a healthcare provider can find employment in hospitals, dialysis clinics, nursing homes and home dialysis.
D4C will assist graduates in seeking employment within their field of study. D4C does not guarantee placement or salaries of a graduate.
Absolutely, every school must be licensed and registered. To find out if Dialysis4Career or any other trade school is licensed and registered go to Pleases be advised that any hemodialysis course, program or school that charge a fee/tuition must be approved by NYSED.

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Students are eligible to take the National Exam with NNCC (Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission).