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 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

1. The applicant must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, General Educational Development (GED), and must submit a copy of a government approved high school diploma. The name on the diploma must match the name on the CCHT exam application. If it does not, proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate) must be submitted.  

2. The applicant must have successfully completed a training program for clinical hemodialysis technicians that included both classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience.   The applicant must obtain the signature of the educator or submit a certificate of completion to verify the training program.  

3. If the applicant has not yet obtained a position as a clinical hemodialysis technician, he/she must provide the number of hours spent in clinical, hands-on patient care experience obtained as part of the training program, and must provide the name of the facility where the clinical training occurred.
The facility administrator or manager must sign to verify that the clinical, hands-on experience did occur and was supervised by an RN. ( Note: Clinical training must be hands-on.  Shadowing/observation is not considered hands-on training. )  

Satellite Healthcare is a successful, nonprofit organization that has improved the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1973. We earn our national reputation for excellent patient care each day by offering a complete

Satellite Healthcare provides expert, personalized kidney care at over 80 centers across the U.S. as well as at acute dialysis locations in California and Texas. Learn more about Satellite Healthcare at www.satellitehealth.com at http://www.satellitehealth.com/ .

The Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) provides direct patient care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, following Satellite policies and procedures per their state Scope of Practice in a safe and efficient manner. Care includes taking

Hemodialysis Technicians work under the direction of nurses and physicians, and perform dialysis on patients with acute or chronic kidney failure. These technicians operate dialysis machines that remove waste, salt, and extra water from the patient’s blood while keeping safe levels of certain chemicals. As a dialysis technician you will prepare patients for dialysis, monitor them, adjust settings on the machine, and perform required procedures upon completion.

As part of the  Hemodialysis Technician Program students will complete a clinical course designed to simulate the operations of a renal dialysis unit, and will focus on topics required to pass the CCHT exam. Students will also complete a clinical review and may be chosen for a clinical externship program with an introduction to a real-world clinical setting.

A certificate of completion is awarded to students who successfully complete the course. The graduates will also be prepared to sit for the National Exam.

Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Tecnicians can earn Continuing Education Units by completing courses and activities offered by the American Nephrology Nurses Association, the National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists and the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, according to Dialysis Technician's Training. These organizations offer continuing education opportunities online via their respective websites.

The American Nephrology Nurses Association provides free online continuing education activities for members. This organization also provides live activities, webinars and paid online activities for continuing education for dialysis technicians. Contact hours and courses completed through ANNA are approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers-Commission on Accreditation. Available activities and courses are listed at the association's website, AnnaNurse.com.

Contact hours required for Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technicians can be earned by attending meetings, symposiums and one-day programs offered by the National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists. This organization also offers books and study guides for certification exams.

 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

1. The applicant must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, General Educational Development (GED), and must submit a copy of a government approved high school diploma. The name on the diploma must match the name on the CCHT exam application. If it does not, proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate) must be submitted.  

2. The applicant must have successfully completed a training program for clinical hemodialysis technicians that included both classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience.   The applicant must obtain the signature of the educator or submit a certificate of completion to verify the training program.  

3. If the applicant has not yet obtained a position as a clinical hemodialysis technician, he/she must provide the number of hours spent in clinical, hands-on patient care experience obtained as part of the training program, and must provide the name of the facility where the clinical training occurred.
The facility administrator or manager must sign to verify that the clinical, hands-on experience did occur and was supervised by an RN. ( Note: Clinical training must be hands-on.  Shadowing/observation is not considered hands-on training. )  

Satellite Healthcare is a successful, nonprofit organization that has improved the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1973. We earn our national reputation for excellent patient care each day by offering a complete

Satellite Healthcare provides expert, personalized kidney care at over 80 centers across the U.S. as well as at acute dialysis locations in California and Texas. Learn more about Satellite Healthcare at www.satellitehealth.com at http://www.satellitehealth.com/ .

The Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) provides direct patient care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, following Satellite policies and procedures per their state Scope of Practice in a safe and efficient manner. Care includes taking

Hemodialysis Technicians work under the direction of nurses and physicians, and perform dialysis on patients with acute or chronic kidney failure. These technicians operate dialysis machines that remove waste, salt, and extra water from the patient’s blood while keeping safe levels of certain chemicals. As a dialysis technician you will prepare patients for dialysis, monitor them, adjust settings on the machine, and perform required procedures upon completion.

As part of the  Hemodialysis Technician Program students will complete a clinical course designed to simulate the operations of a renal dialysis unit, and will focus on topics required to pass the CCHT exam. Students will also complete a clinical review and may be chosen for a clinical externship program with an introduction to a real-world clinical setting.

A certificate of completion is awarded to students who successfully complete the course. The graduates will also be prepared to sit for the National Exam.

 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

1. The applicant must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, General Educational Development (GED), and must submit a copy of a government approved high school diploma. The name on the diploma must match the name on the CCHT exam application. If it does not, proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate) must be submitted.  

2. The applicant must have successfully completed a training program for clinical hemodialysis technicians that included both classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience.   The applicant must obtain the signature of the educator or submit a certificate of completion to verify the training program.  

3. If the applicant has not yet obtained a position as a clinical hemodialysis technician, he/she must provide the number of hours spent in clinical, hands-on patient care experience obtained as part of the training program, and must provide the name of the facility where the clinical training occurred.
The facility administrator or manager must sign to verify that the clinical, hands-on experience did occur and was supervised by an RN. ( Note: Clinical training must be hands-on.  Shadowing/observation is not considered hands-on training. )  

Satellite Healthcare is a successful, nonprofit organization that has improved the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1973. We earn our national reputation for excellent patient care each day by offering a complete

Satellite Healthcare provides expert, personalized kidney care at over 80 centers across the U.S. as well as at acute dialysis locations in California and Texas. Learn more about Satellite Healthcare at www.satellitehealth.com at http://www.satellitehealth.com/ .

The Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) provides direct patient care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, following Satellite policies and procedures per their state Scope of Practice in a safe and efficient manner. Care includes taking

Hemodialysis Technicians work under the direction of nurses and physicians, and perform dialysis on patients with acute or chronic kidney failure. These technicians operate dialysis machines that remove waste, salt, and extra water from the patient’s blood while keeping safe levels of certain chemicals. As a dialysis technician you will prepare patients for dialysis, monitor them, adjust settings on the machine, and perform required procedures upon completion.

As part of the  Hemodialysis Technician Program students will complete a clinical course designed to simulate the operations of a renal dialysis unit, and will focus on topics required to pass the CCHT exam. Students will also complete a clinical review and may be chosen for a clinical externship program with an introduction to a real-world clinical setting.

A certificate of completion is awarded to students who successfully complete the course. The graduates will also be prepared to sit for the National Exam.

Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Tecnicians can earn Continuing Education Units by completing courses and activities offered by the American Nephrology Nurses Association, the National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists and the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, according to Dialysis Technician's Training. These organizations offer continuing education opportunities online via their respective websites.

The American Nephrology Nurses Association provides free online continuing education activities for members. This organization also provides live activities, webinars and paid online activities for continuing education for dialysis technicians. Contact hours and courses completed through ANNA are approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers-Commission on Accreditation. Available activities and courses are listed at the association's website, AnnaNurse.com.

Contact hours required for Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technicians can be earned by attending meetings, symposiums and one-day programs offered by the National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists. This organization also offers books and study guides for certification exams.

(For Example: The American Nephrology Nurses’ Association (ANNA), which is both an accredited provider and approver of continuing education in nursing)

(For Example: The National Association of Nephrology Tech nicians/Technologists, which is an approved provider through the California State Board of Nursing.)

*Please be aware that although progranms meet requirements set forth by other state boards of nursing, they may not meet the Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission criteria.

 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

1. The applicant must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, General Educational Development (GED), and must submit a copy of a government approved high school diploma. The name on the diploma must match the name on the CCHT exam application. If it does not, proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate) must be submitted.  

2. The applicant must have successfully completed a training program for clinical hemodialysis technicians that included both classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience.   The applicant must obtain the signature of the educator or submit a certificate of completion to verify the training program.  

3. If the applicant has not yet obtained a position as a clinical hemodialysis technician, he/she must provide the number of hours spent in clinical, hands-on patient care experience obtained as part of the training program, and must provide the name of the facility where the clinical training occurred.
The facility administrator or manager must sign to verify that the clinical, hands-on experience did occur and was supervised by an RN. ( Note: Clinical training must be hands-on.  Shadowing/observation is not considered hands-on training. )  

Satellite Healthcare is a successful, nonprofit organization that has improved the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1973. We earn our national reputation for excellent patient care each day by offering a complete

Satellite Healthcare provides expert, personalized kidney care at over 80 centers across the U.S. as well as at acute dialysis locations in California and Texas. Learn more about Satellite Healthcare at www.satellitehealth.com at http://www.satellitehealth.com/ .

The Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) provides direct patient care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, following Satellite policies and procedures per their state Scope of Practice in a safe and efficient manner. Care includes taking

 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

 It is a simple process to become a certified clinical Hemodialysis Technician, although it takes determined application of time, skills and study.

A CCHT is a person who has been legally certified as a Hemodialysis Technician in the field of Nephrology. Their knowledge, skills and abilities are tested and validated, proving their competency in the field, and opening up further career opportunities.

The Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) is the organization that offers the exam for certification as a CCHT . It documents all the rules and regulations for certification and continuing education.

1. The applicant must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent, General Educational Development (GED), and must submit a copy of a government approved high school diploma. The name on the diploma must match the name on the CCHT exam application. If it does not, proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate) must be submitted.  

2. The applicant must have successfully completed a training program for clinical hemodialysis technicians that included both classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience.   The applicant must obtain the signature of the educator or submit a certificate of completion to verify the training program.  

3. If the applicant has not yet obtained a position as a clinical hemodialysis technician, he/she must provide the number of hours spent in clinical, hands-on patient care experience obtained as part of the training program, and must provide the name of the facility where the clinical training occurred.
The facility administrator or manager must sign to verify that the clinical, hands-on experience did occur and was supervised by an RN. ( Note: Clinical training must be hands-on.  Shadowing/observation is not considered hands-on training. )  


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