Manitoba Renal Program partners with hospitals, regional health authorities, governments and communities to deliver kidney health care through 20 dialysis units and centres across Manitoba.
Renal health care teams consist of a diverse array of experts and care providers including:
- Nurses (RNs and LPNs)
- Social workers
- Occupational therapists
- Unit clerks and health care aides
- Unit clerks
- Indigenous liaison
- Fitness and wellness coordinators
- & More!
Our team members work in the kidney health clinics, home dialysis programs, in-centre dialysis units as well as in regional programs such as fitness, data management and more. The program provides care to more than 7,000 Manitobans who live with various stages of kidney disease or have kidney failure requiring life-saving dialysis treatments.
How to Apply
Apply for a dialysis nurse or other position through the job posting boards of your desired health region.
Learn about all the types of nursing positions available in the renal health care field in Manitoba.
Manitoba Nephrology Nursing Course
The MNNC is a nine-week course that prepares nurses to care for patients during their hemodialysis