Penn State Health RN/Registered Nurse - Hemodialysis in Hershey, Pennsylvania
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Work Type: Full Time
The Registered Nurses in Hemodialysis are proud of their nurse-driven anemia management protocol in dialysis. Ninety-five percent of our patients are anemic as a result of their renal failure, and require erythropoietin therapy. We developed our own nurse-driven Epogen dosing protocol, with both physician and nursing input. We check each patient’s hemoglobin weekly, and make individualized Epogen dosing adjustments every two weeks, based on each patient’s lab values.
We received the Amgen Patient Care Award for Excellence in Anemia Management, a regional award from Amgen, Inc., for the success of our nurse-driven protocol.
Registered Nurses in Hemodialysis are responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care to patients.
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Registered Nurse with a license to practice professional nursing in the state of Pennsylvania or a Registered Nurse from another state with a Temporary PA Practice Permit
6 months of experience working as a RN
Experience in critical care or dialysis is strongly preferred.
In addition to a rewarding career, we also offer great benefits including but not limited to:
Paid Time Off and Personal Time
Medical Benefits (No waiting period)
Dental and Vision Benefits
Penn State University Tuition Assistance (Full-Time Employees)
Elder Care/Child Care Resources
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Union: SEIU Nurses