My love for hemodialysis has made my job easier that even up to this point I still find it enjoyable and rewarding. My dialysis journey started last 2015 which I have shared in my previous blogposts below.
Why you should become a Dialysis Nurse!
When choosing a specific area to specialize or work, there are a lot of things to consider and I got four for dialysis starting with (toxicity) are you tough enough to deal with it in the long run, (working environment) are you a team player or you work alone, (flexibility) are you up working long hours and (stability) is it capable to give you a good life in the future? Watch the video below as I’ve discussed all four.
For aspiring dialysis nurses, I took my dialysis training in Global Nephro Training Center. I made sure to have enough knowledge and skills before embarking to the real dialysis world and got fortunate enough to be assigned in my desired area in a hospital after the training. I even get to work with dialysis nurses who also came from the same training center.
Here’s all you need:
Full Course Hemodialysis Nurse Training Program.
Module 1: 15 days / P6,000
Module 2: 15 days / P4,000
Module 3: 15 days / P4,000
Module 4: 15 days / P4,000
Total: 60 Days (13 weeks) / P18,000
Applied for 45 CPD units
Miscellaneous Fee: P400 (manual and certificates), to be paid cash on the Didactic Orientation.
– Updated PRC
– Updated BLS
– IVT, if applicable
– Hepa Profile (HBsAg, AntiHCV, AntiHBs with titer)
– Chest X-ray (PA View)
– COVID screening (RT-PCR or Antibody or Antigen)
2022 TRAINING DATES:
Manila: Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2, Jun 6, Jul 4, Aug 1, Sep 5, Oct 3, Nov 7
Davao: Apr 4, Jul 4, Oct 3
CDO: Feb 7, May 2, Aug 1, Nov 7
Cebu: Mar 7, Jun 6, Sep 5
For more information, please visit their Global Nephro Training Center Facebook page.
1.RENAP Membership Card
4. Renal Nursing Training Certificates (Hemodialysis / Peritoneal Dialysis / Kidney Transplant / CRRT);
6 months Non-renal Clinical Experience (Volunteer / Training), if working as a Hemodialysis Nurse, at least 3 months is required. Submit Induction Certificate from the Unit Head or Certificate of Employment.
5.Additional 12 CPE units (IF RETAKER)
6.Registration Fee: ₱550
Certified Nephrology Nurse (CNN) ID Application
1. PRC ID
2. Photo, white background with name tag
Paper ID Card (1 year) = ₱350
PVC Card (3 years) = ₱950
LBC Courier = ₱200
Express Courier: Available for Metro Manila areas only – COD c/o recipient
Give your exact delivery address and contact number for delivery purposes.
Submit in firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Name: Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines
Account Number: 4251-0073-28
Name of Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands
For Renewal, a penalty of P50/year if failed to renew.
For more information, please visit RENAP Facebook page.