The Hemodialysis Nurse Certification program is designed to prepare RNs, LPNs, & LVNs for employment in the field of nephrology and be eligible to sit and take Hemodialysis Nurse certification.
In addition to essential educational preparation as a professional nurse, nephrology nursing practice at the generalist level requires a specific knowledge base and demonstrated clinical practice level offered in our on-campus program.
This course offered the most updated and trusted source of learning regarding the principles of hemodialysis.
It is essential to note that this course can only be taken by nurses currently licensed in any jurisdiction in the United States or other countries*.
BONENT is a worldwide organization. To sit and take the certification exam, you must follow the BONENT rules.
Check at Eligibility & Fees | BONENT.org
*Floridian Institute will not be responsible for non-compliance with this mandatory rule. Therefore, students or organizations cannot claim an academic or financial refund if they fail to fulfill this requirement.
It consists of 2 fundamental parts; the first is the Theoretical part, online, comprising 15 modules, which you can buy complete as a whole or by modules as you go.
After completing these modules, you will be issued a digital certificate of completion of the theoretical part. You will use it to fulfill the practical function, which can be simulations on our campus or live with actual patients in our internship program.
Without the mandatory practical part, The institution will not grant the right to sit for BONENT initial certification exam. Check for more details: BONENT | Board of Nephrology Examiners Nursing Technology