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Train in Dialysis Technology. New Program – just for Certified Nursing Assistants!

March 26, 2012 General 0 Comments

Dialysis Technology

CNAs – your RX for DT Training, STAT!

Are you a Certified Nursing Assistant? Would you like to get to know patients better? Are you considering continuing your education in the healthcare field? The new Certificate in Dialysis Technology from Sanford Brown Institute – Cranston could be the perfect prescription for you.

Dialysis Technicians work with patients at dialysis clinics, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. More so than in other healthcare settings, Dialysis Techs can get to know their patients as they return regularly for this vital treatment. If you’re a Certified Nursing Assistant looking for an opportunity to train for a new level of healthcare, get more information now! 

The new Certificate in Dialysis Technology is one of many dynamic healthcare programs that SBI-Cranston offers. The Rhode Island school is all about healthcare education and helping people get the allied-health training they need to pursue the future they want. Sanford-Brown can offer you the training you want on a schedule that can work for you – full time, part time, on evenings or weekends. Find out more about healthcare training today!

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