How much money does a dialysis nurse make?
Asked By: emmiegsmom - 1/28/2011
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I was friends w/ a nurse when I was on dialysis. She was the manager there and made about $50 an hour. She had done it for probably more than 20 years.. This was in South Carolina
Answered By: House825 - 2/1/2011
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$45-$55.00 depending on eduation and exp
Answered By: Free Flight USA - 1/28/2011
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