Jumpstart Your Career with 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.
All of our eligible team members may take advantage of many outstanding benefits and perks:
- Medical, dental and paid time off
- 401(k) with company match
- Flexible scheduling
- Parental leave
- Tuition reimbursement
- Corporate discounts on gym memberships, automobile purchases, mobile phone carriers, and more.
Plus, we'll welcome you into your new career with additional support and assistance based on your clinical area.
As a PLN/PLS, you'll function as part of the hemodialysis health care team to provide safe and effective dialysis therapy for patients under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse while working towards obtaining your nursing license.
- Up to $10,000 in bonuses during the first 15 months
- Top-line health insurance
- Best-in-class nephrology training:
- 12-week Progressive Renal Education Program (PREP) for patient care technicians and nurses
- Nephrology Nurse Advancement Program (NNAP) for nurses
- Tuition assistance program
- Nurse Residency Program: Transition to Nephrology Practice:
- A structured, comprehensive training program beyond what an inexperienced nurse receives at FKC. Starts Day 1, through point of licensure, through 1 year of clinical experience (Approx. 12 - 15 months). Builds upon the PREP program by providing additional opportunities for professional development and mentoring.
- Receive additional skills and training to support the development of a newly licensed RN beyond the PREP curriculum. Ex: Coping Skills Working with Dialysis Patients, Fluid Management, Stress management.
- A sense of community and nurturing environment by assigning all PLN/PLS’s to a mentor and a cohort of other participants in a similar circumstance.
- 401(k) and retirement savings
- Paid time off
- Parental leave
- Corporate discounts on gyms, cell phone carriers, and cars
- Graduates from accredited associate’s or bachelor’s of nursing programs may start working as pre-licensed nurses or pre-licensed staff before licensing.
- Final-year students may interview and receive an offer of employment for post graduation during your final year of school.
- Pre-licensed nurses may apply for a temporary permit to practice as a graduate nurse during the NCLEX application process.
Become a Patient Care Technician (PCT)Support and Benefits:
- 12-week Progressive
- Renal Education Program (PREP) Career Advancement Program
- RN tuition assistance program
You'll be supported by a 12-week training program to prepare you for your role as a vital part of caring for our patients. Your responsibilities will include testing and prepping equipment, reviewing patient treatment sheets and entering patient data into our electronic systems. Your hands-on experience as a vital part of our care team will play a critical role as you prepare for your exam to become a Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT).
Become a Nurse ResidentSupport and Benefits:
- Interview and receive an offer before you graduate
- Graduates of accredited institutions may begin working receiving their license.
- 12-week Progressive Renal Education Program (PREP)
- Clinical Advancement
- Program (CAP) for nurses 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. 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 everyday unique and fulfilling.