May 8, 2017 |
Renal nurses can be found throughout our program performing a variety of duties and working with patients during all stages of their kidney disease journey.
Nurses help monitor and educate patients with earlier stages of kidney disease. They counsel patients on all their treatment options. They educate and care for patients using in-centre hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and home hemodialysis whether in Winnipeg, Brandon or one of our 16 local renal health centres.
In addition to nurses, our teams include physicians, allied health care team members, technologists, support staff and many more.
MRP would like to acknowledge all the efforts of our team members who provide quality kidney health care to an ever-growing number of individuals with kidney disease.
Thanks for all your hard work ensuring everyone gets the care they need.
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