Answered - Acute Dialysis Nurse - LVN (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
It depends on your clinic. I work anywhere from 10-14 hours 3-4days a week
With the recent change in schedule, it feels like hours has been shortened.
Answered - Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) - Brooklyn, NY, Lacey WA
12 to 16 hours a day
Anywhere from 8-17 hours and day. Depends on the day and if someone calls in
Answered - Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) - Abilene, TX
I work 8-10 hours a day usually
Answered - Regional Vice President (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
This is really dependent on the needs. There are days I only work 8 hours and other days I work 18 hours. Just depends on how many treatments we have.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Portland, OR
Answered - Charge Nurse (Current Employee) - Orange Park, FL 32073
I work an average of eight hours a day
Answered - Clinic Manager (Current Employee) - Memphis, TN