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Travel Dialysis Nurse Jobs Salary Insights
Average Travel Dialysis Nurse Salary
The average salary for a Dialysis Nurse is $2,113 per week. This is 3% lower than the nursing US average of $2,184.
Last updated on December 10, 2023. Based on 1,146 active jobs on Vivian.com in the last 7 days.
Travel Dialysis Nurse Jobs FAQs
What are the best agencies for Travel Dialysis Nurse jobs?
Does Vivian have any staff Nursing jobs?
As of Monday, December 11th 2023, Vivian has 22 Staff Nursing jobs listed. These jobs pay $48 per hour on average, with the highest-paying job listed up to $63 per hour.
Does Vivian have any per diem Nursing jobs?
As of Monday, December 11th 2023, Vivian has 17 jobs listed for per diem Nursing jobs. These jobs pay $46 per hour on average and up to $72 per hour for the highest-paying role.
Does Vivian have any local contract Nursing jobs?
As of Monday, December 11th 2023, Vivian has 19 listings for local contract Nursing jobs. These jobs pay $56 per hour on average, and up to $64 per hour for the top-paying job listed.
Where can I learn more about working as a Travel Dialysis Nurse?
Take a look at Vivian's Travel Dialysis Nurse Career Guide for more information, including required education, responsibilities, pros and cons and more.
What is a Diaysis Nurse?
Dialysis nursing falls within the field of nephrology, which is the field of medicine that focuses on the kidneys. Dialysis nurses, also known as nephrology nurses, are registered nurses who specialize in the clinical purification of blood through dialysis, which is the procedure used to clean the blood of patients with kidney disease or other kidney-related issues. Dialysis is a life-saving procedure for patients whose kidneys no longer filter out toxins from their blood.
What certifications are commonly held by Dialysis nurses?
How does having a Certified Hemodialysis Nurse (CHN) increase my value as a Dialysis nurse job candidate?
Having a Certified Hemodialysis Nurse (CHN) validates your knowledge and skills as a dialysis nurse and your dedication to continuing your education in your chosen field. All of which makes you a more desirable job candidate to healthcare employers.