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Patient Care Technician

At the Heart of Patient Care

As a Patient Care Technician (PCT) you'll play an important role at DaVita-and in the lives of patients and their families. If you are a current (or aspiring) Medical Assistant, CNA, or Phlebotomist who enjoys building relationships, working in a team-oriented environment and providing outstanding clinical care, this role is for you.

As a part of our professional team of clinicians, you will be responsible for measuring and recording stats, patient observations, machine set up and more. Our Patient Care Technicians work under the supervision of nephrology nurses to provide safe, comfortable and hygienic dialysis treatments for patients. They are often the teammates who have the most “one on one” time with patients in the facility. Many PCTs get to know the patients coming in for treatment on a personal basis and develop a good working relationship with them. Our best PCT's also understand the importance of teamwork and collaboration with the other members of the clinical care team.

After all, we are all in this together, working toward the same goals: O ptimal clinical outcomes for our patients and a fun and fulfilling environment for our teammates.

If you are a PCT, and would like to learn more about the new CMS Regulations that took effect on April 15th, 2010, please click here to view the PDF. The document is a quick answer guide for you to help you determine who needs to be certified, deadline dates to be certified, how you can get certified, and why all PCTs must be certified.

Learn more about this exciting role by watching the video on this page and taking a "virtual" tour of one of our clinics and hearing about what one of our PCT's has to say about their role in the village. If this is the type of environment you believe you would enjoy, apply TODAY!

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