Date & Time: May 11–12, 2020 10:00am – 4:00pm
Location: New York City, New York, United States of America

Attention nursing and healthcare students! Join the Fresenius Kidney Care clinical team for a virtual info session. Unsure about going into a specialty? How much did you learn about dialysis during your schooling? What’s the training like? How much time do I get to spend with patients? Join us to answer all your important questions in choosing the best fit employer to start your nursing career.
Fresenius Kidney Care is the world’s leader in renal therapy providing over 52 million dialysis treatments globally each year, with over 67,000 U.S. employees and revenue of $17 billion. Renal failure is the #1 disease that the government supports financially over any other disease in the U.S.. We offer innovative kidney therapies and treatments to prolong patients’ lives.
How has Fresenius been handling the pandemic for staff and new hires?
-Child care and elderly care stipend for additional costs employees are taking on
-Additional shift differentials for all U.S. nurses, including a larger differential in metro NY
-New hire training classes have not been interrupted or cancelled and moved to COVID negative clinic classrooms
-Employees on LOA are receiving regular check-in calls from HR Manager
-Mental health is extremely important right now more than ever. We offer counseling services for employees through our Employee Assistance Program at no cost
Positions available: Pre-Licensed Nurse (start after graduation, prior to taking NCLEX), Registered Nurse, and Patient Care Technician
For the Pre-Licensed Nurse Position: $10,000-$14,000 in bonuses ($4,000 at 30 days)

✓ No overnight, on call, or Sunday shifts
✓ 3-4 day work week, 10-12 hour shifts
✓ BSN/MSN tuition reimbursement of up to $5,200 per calendar year
✓ Building one-on-one, close relationships with patients
✓ Health benefits & vacation accrual starts at 30 days
✓ One-on-one paid and structured training with an Education Nurse and Preceptor
Day in the life at a clinic
What is dialysis?
Click the below date and time to register for the Info Session that works best for you!
Tuesday, May 12th 4pm-5pm EST
After registering, you’ll receive a follow up email with the dial-in info for your designated session. For questions, feel free to contact me via email ( or phone/text: 224-240-3614. Looking forward to meeting with you virtually!

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