Dialysis is a treatment for patients with acute kidney injury or chronic kidney failure. Dialysis Technician has several responsibilities in this treatment and takes a role from the start of the dialysis procedure till the ending of it.
Students who finish the Dialysis Program are given the title of "Dialysis Technician"
Students who enroll in our University’s Dialysis Program have a competitive advantage over their peers because they will have both theoretical both on-the-job applied classes from experts in the field for two years. Along with hands-on lessons, they will learn how to operate and clean the machinery necessary to manage dialysis. Other than selective classes specific to the program, students are provided with the opportunity to develop themselves in different fields by offering the chance to take courses related to other programs. In addition, students who graduated from this program can continue their master's programs by being successful in the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS).
Master Programs that can be vertically transferred from our program:
Vocational School of Health Services Dialysis Program students has applied courses in University Laboratories and Dialysis Centers to improve their know-how and practical skills.