Dialysis Program Manager

Full-Time Dialysis Program Manager Career Opportunity

Recognized for your expertise as a Dialysis Program Manager

Are you a compassionate leader eager to steer and elevate a crucial healthcare program? Join Encompass Health, the nation's largest inpatient rehabilitation company, as a Dialysis Program Manager. In this role, you'll direct, organize, and advance our hemodialysis program, implementing policies and procedures for safety and effectiveness. Supervise dedicated dialysis staff and be the face of the program in hospital management, meetings, and community outreach. This isn't just a career move; it's an opportunity to shape a program close to home and close to your heart, making a meaningful impact on our community's patient care.

The Dialysis Program Manager is independently responsible for directing, organizing, and developing the hospitals' hemodialysis program. In this role, the individual will implement policies and procedures to ensure safe and effective dialysis program, including supervising care, treatment, and overall patient care provided by dialysis staff. Additionally, this role serves as a representative for the dialysis program within hospital management, meetings, and through general education (in the hospital and community) and growth of the dialysis program within the hospital. In partnership with an interdisciplinary team, the Dialysis Program Manager will communicate and report patient concerns and changes with the clinical team, to include physicians, in a timely manner.


Starting Perks and Benefits

At Encompass Health, we are committed to creating a supportive, inclusive, and caring environment where you can thrive. From day one, you will have access to:

  • Affordable medical, dental, and vision plans for both full-time and part-time employees and their families
  • Generous paid time off that accrues over time.
  • Opportunities for tuition reimbursement and continuous education.
  • Company-matching 401(k) and employee stock purchase plans.
  • Flexible spending and health savings accounts.
  • A vibrant community of individuals passionate about the work they do


  • License or Certification:
    • Current RN licensure as per state regulations.
    • BCLS and ACLS
    • CRRN certification preferred
  • Minimum Qualifications:
    • One year of inpatient hospital experience (preferred).
    • One year of dialysis nursing experience (preferred).
    • Inpatient rehabilitation experience (preferred).
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Strong organizational and time management abilities.
    • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    • Ability to work independently and make informed decisions.
    • Flexible availability for weekdays, weekends, and evening/night shifts as needed.

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2005 Valley View Blvd
Altoona, Pennsylvania


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