Finding a career that will generate income and also give you a sense of fulfillment is no easy task.  It May also be demanding, but they give individuals an opportunity to serve in their communities as health practitioners, helping heal people.

If you’re interested in a healthcare career but lack the time to pursue advanced education. Dialysis Technology might be the ideal choice for you.

Dialysis Technicians, work as part of a larger team comprised of nurses, physicians, social workers, dietitians.

Ask yourself, are you comfortable interacting with healthcare professionals on a team?

The responsibilities of a Dialysis Technician include preparing the patient for dialysis/putting needles into the patient, monitoring patients undergoing dialysis treatment, ensuring the machine is safe and secure.

If the role and responsibilities of a Dialysis Technician sound exciting, it is worth looking into. 

In just 12 weeks, you can be fully equipped with the academic and practical knowledge that’s necessary to obtain meaningful employment in a clinic, hospital, or other healthcare environments.

At Optimum Dialysis, Dialysis Technician students will graduate from school with the administrative and technical skills needed to make a smooth transition from school to a career as a Dialysis Technician.

Is Dialysis Technology right for you? Before committing both your time and finances to this endeavor, it is important to ask yourself one key question. One of the most crucial questions to ask yourself is, how would you like to help others?

© 2019 Optimum Dialysis Training Academy * Approval to operate signifies that an institution is in compliance with the minimum standards as set forth in the Texas Education Code. Optimum Dialysis Training Academy dialysis patient care technician curriculum meets the required standard for dialysis training as outlined in the Health and Human Services Commission Regulatory Services Division Health Care Quality Section Facility Licensing Group     Title 25 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 117 End-Stage Renal Disease Facilities Licensing Rules effective July 10, 2010. We offer a comprehensive program that combines didactic hours and clinical internship hours designed to prepare students for an entry-level Dialysis Technician position.