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Dialysis Patient Care Technician
A dialysis patient care technician may administer hemodialysis under the authority of a registered nurse, licensed pursuant to the Nurse Practice Act, who may delegate tasks based on nursing judgment to a dialysis patient care technician based on the technician’s education, knowledge, training, and skill.
  • Must be a minimum of 19 years of age Neb. Rev. Stat. §38-129(1) Uniform Credentialing Act
  • Possession of a high school diploma or a general educational development certificate
  • Training which follows national recommendations for dialysis patient care technicians and is conducted primarily in the work setting
  • Obtaining national certification by successful passage of a certification examination within eighteen months after becoming employed as a dialysis patient care technician; and
  • Recertification at intervals required by the organization providing the certification examination including no fewer than thirty and no more than forty patient contact hours since the previous certification or recertification

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