Earn your Hemodialysis Technician Certification in as little as 8 weeks!
Hemodialysis Technicians work under the direction of nurses and physicians and perform dialysis on patients with acute or chronic kidney failure. These technicians operate dialysis machines that remove waste, salt, and extra water from the patient’s blood while keeping safe levels of certain chemicals. As a dialysis technician, you will prepare patients for dialysis, monitor them, adjust settings on the machine, and perform required procedures upon completion.
As part of the Hemodialysis Technician Program students will complete a clinical course designed to simulate the operations of a renal dialysis unit, and will focus on topics required to pass the CCHT exam. Students will also complete a clinical review and may be chosen for a clinical externship program with an introduction to a real-world clinical setting.
|Anatomy and Physiology||Wellness and Disease Concepts|
|Psychosocial Problems||Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities|
|Communication and Interpersonal Skills||Principles of Hemodialysis|
|Lab Values, Dietary Regimens and Medications||Vascular Access|
|Hemodialysis Procedures and Techniques||Knowledge of Dialyzer, Dialysate and Delivery System|
|Emergency Procedures||Infection Control Procedures|
|Blood Borne Diseases HIV/HBV/AIDS||Recognition of Complications and Emergency Conditions|
|Safety and Security Procedures||Quality Assurance|
|Employability Skills||Water Treatment|
A certificate of completion is awarded to students who successfully complete the course. The graduates will also be prepared to sit for the National Exam.
|10am – 2pm||6pm – 10pm||9am – 5pm|
|Tues, Wed, Thurs||Tues & Thurs||Sat & Sun|
|9 weeks||13 weeks||14 weeks|
Flexible payment plans and financing are available.
Internship/Externship opportunities may apply.