JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—Kijiji International, a non-profit, faith-based organization, is looking for a renal nurse/dialysis clinic administrator to go on a medical mission trip to Kenya, Africa.
The organization recently installed 12 dialysis machines at the Kijiji Dialysis Center in a town called Naivasha. The organization is going to provide a round trip air ticket and will also meet the cost of the meals, maintenance and accommodations for the volunteer.
"We need someone who wants to develop and use their nursing, leadership and management skills to help kidney failure patients in Kenya live better lives," said Martin Kabaki director of communications.
The individual will assume the role of a renal nurse and facility administrator and will assist in managing the overall operations for nursing services and care at the facility as well as assist in assuring the safe, therapeutic nursing management of the end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients.
In addition to managing the day to day running of the Kijiji clinic, the volunteer will also train the local Kenyan medical nurses to perform dialysis on the patients and help develop a patient treatment sheet, a policies and procedures document, New Patient Packet, etc.
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