It's true, you don't need specialized training, you don't even need to have experience. I work for Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI), this is my first job as an RN, I graduated in May 09, applied to the local hospitals and couldn't find work because of lack of experience. I knew an RN that worked at the local clinic, she got me a contact name, I sent in my resume and cover letter, got the interview and was hired. They have a pretty good training program with an in-house nurse educator. I'm almost done with training and will be on my own soon, however, I still have soooo much to learn. At this point, I can put in needles and hook a pt. up to the machine, monitor and remove the needles and dismantle the machine. However, I still need help with interventions and such, but I'm learning every day! I really like it, it's busy, but it's not crazy and stressful like on a Med-Surg unit.
Look around your area for local clinics and apply, you may be pleasantly surprised!