At Renal Reserve, we strive to provide excellent care to our clients’ patients. In that effort, our clinical staff must maintain their licensure and certifications. We also encourage our clinical staff to improve their knowledge base. Below are links to education sources which we think have merit.
For RNs, LPNs, PCTs
To find a CPR class, please contact the American Heart Association (AMA)
For continuing education, contact American ANNA (Nephrology Nurses Association)
For information about nephrology certifications, contact NNCA.
For Registered Dietitians
For Social Workers
To find online education, contact the National Kidney Foundation (CNSW).
From time to time, we come across educational information that can improve your patient services and help you become a better practitioner. We will add these links here and encourage you to advise us of any educational or training information you would like us to consider.
From the CDC:
From the National Kidney Foundation
It is our intent to educate our staff so any employee or contractor who has concerns about safety or the quality of care provided by this company may report these concerns to the Joint Commission. We inform our staff that we will take no disciplinary action because an employee or contractor reports safety or quality of care concerns to the Joint Commission. We demonstrate this commitment by taking no retaliatory disciplinary action against employees or contractors when they do report safety or quality of care concerns to the Joint Commission.