Machines donated to start dialysis technician training program

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

DaVita, a leading provider of dialysis services, recently donated two dialysis machines to the new dialysis technician training program at Southeastern Community College. This workforce continuing education training program is the only one of its kind in Southeastern North Carolina. DaVita was an instrumental partner in designing the curriculum for the program to meet the staffing needs of their dialysis centers. Pictured with the machines are, from left to right, SCC Vice President of Workforce and Continuing Education Beverlee Nance, DaVita Director of Clinical Services Natalie Godwin, DaVita Clinical Services Specialist Michael Andrews, SCC Director of Healthcare Training Rita Capps, and SCC President Dr. Tony Clarke. Andrews and Godwin are also graduates of Southeastern Community College.

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