Fresenius Kidney Care
As a global leader in healthcare, we provide superior care that improves the quality of life of every patient, every day.
A division of Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA), we are nurses, patient care technicians, and social workers working together with nephrologists—all passionately committed
to helping nearly 200,000 people living with kidney disease lead fuller, more active, and vibrant lives.
Patient care technician (PCT)
In your role as a PCT, you’ll work on the front line of patient care, supported by a 12-week training program. You’ll also test and prep equipment on the cusp of industry innovation, review treatment sheets, and perform data entry and other administrative tasks while preparing for the Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) exam.
As a PCT with Fresenius Kidney Care, you’ll make a difference in patients’ lives every day. Our PCT position offers incredible opportunities to combine your classroom knowledge with hands-on job training.
You’ll be a vital part of customer service and patient care, developing relationships with patients and colleagues. You’ll drive our culture through values, customer service standards, and patient safety.
You’ll also be offered the training and opportunities to advance your career.
Patient care technician benefits
Best-in-class training through our 12-week Progressive Renal Education Program (PREP)
- $1,000 sign-on bonus at 90 days for graduates of accredited dialysis technician programs
- $1,500 bonus upon CCHT credentialing
- Flexible scheduling
- A defined career advancement program
- Health benefits and paid time off accrual beginning after 30 days of employment
- 401(k) and retirement savings with a company match of 50 cents for each dollar you save up to the first 6% of your salary
- Outstanding perks such as adoption assistance, parental leave, and corporate discounts on fitness programs, cell phone carriers, and cars
- Access to our RN Tuition Assistance Program, offering tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 a year toward your first RN degree
Dialysis nurse (clinic/in-center)
In this role, you’ll help patients and their families thrive. You’ll work with a global leader in dialysis care, delivering a unique care plan to everyone who walks through our doors. In this role, it’s all about relationships.
Inpatient dialysis nurse (hospital)
In this role, you’ll assist acute care patients in hospital settings such as ICUs, ERs, and med/surg units. You will enjoy autonomy and make every day unique and fulfilling.
What to expect with our Nurse Residency Program: Transition to Nephrology Practice
A structured and comprehensive training program that helps new graduates transition to nephrology nursing
Holistic support for the nurse resident over the course of the first year in nephrology nursing;
A sense of community offered by progression through trainings with a cohort of your peers;
Receive additional skills and training to support the development of both technical and soft skills in areas such as fluid management, nutrition
of the chronic dialysis patient, stress management, coping skills working with dialysis patients, etc.;
A nurturing environment offered through the support of your direct leader and a nurse mentor
Nurse resident benefits
- Best-in-class nephrology training:
- 12-weekProgressiveRenal Education Program (PREP)
- ClinicalAdvancement Program (CAP) for nurses
- Tuition assistance program 401(k)/retirement savings
- Paid time off
- Parental leave
- Top-line health insurance
- Corporate discounts on gyms, cell phone carriers, and cars
- Up to $10,000 in bonuses during the first 15 months
- Graduates from accredited associate’s or bachelor’s of nursing programs may start working as a nurse resident before licensure.
- Nursing students may interview and receive an employment offer before graduation. Finish school with the security of knowing you have a job upon graduation!
- Nurse residents may apply for a temporary permit to practice as a graduate nurse during the NCLEX application process.