Being a New Grad, "Kudos"! Congratulations. I would investigate going into ICU training program within the Hospital. They will put you through a very good program, and then you can get the nursing experience that is required for Acute Dialysis. Acute Dialysis is within the hospital invironment. You could work in the clinic to get the dialysis experience as well...do both, part-time each. Then when you decide you've got the experience as a nurse, then branch out into an Acute Dialysis position. The rewards of Acute Dialysis is many. Working in the clinic has a lot of running around, and politics. If I was coming out of nursing school
now, this is what I would do. ICU, will train you in all kinds of machines, and train you on the very nature of Hemodynamic monitoring. Which is crucial to being a Dialysis Nurse.
Davita, Gambro, Fresinius: offer programs for new nurses or nurses wanting experience as a dialysis nurse. They will put you through a six-eight week training program. Give them a call too. However, to go further in this realm, you really need solid nursing experience.
Hope this helps.