About Us

Mission Statement

Dialysis School of San Diego is committed to providing excellence allied health programs that combine academic knowledge with professional competence that enables students to achieve their career goals. We prepare our students to deliver safe and effective treatments, while being ethical and compassionate. Students are provided with the knowledge and skills necessary for entry into a career as a Dialysis Technician. Students learn how to evaluate, analyze, and synthesize information to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills in a career environment and are encouraged to foster a love of life-long learning. It is the goal of Dialysis School of San Diego to fulfill the educational expectations of students and faculty and to provide the community with allied health professionals capable of meeting the challenges in the allied health field.

At Dialysis School of San Diego, students are provided with an in-depth knowledge (didactic) and clinical training (hands-on) necessary to prepare them for entry level employment as Dialysis Technician or sometimes referred to as Patient Care Technician or Hemodialysis Technician, now one of the fastest growing careers in healthcare.

This training program is approved by the California Department of Public Health. You can complete the training in 330 hours, which consists of 102 hours of theory and 228 hours of clinical experience or approximately 4 months. With our highly qualified and experienced Registered Nurse Instructors, we will provide you with the most relevant and up-to-date curriculum to meet the requirements for employment and to prepare you for the licensure examination.

Take the first step to discover a rewarding career as Dialysis Technician. Contact us today.


At Dialysis School of San Diego, students are provided with an in-depth knowledge (didactic) and clinical training (hands-on) necessary to prepare them for entry level employment as Dialysis Technician or sometimes referred to as Patient Care Technician or Hemodialysis Technician, now one of the fastest growing careers in healthcare.

This training program is approved by the California Department of Public Health. You can complete the training in 330 hours, which consists of 102 hours of theory and 228 hours of clinical experience or approximately 4 months. With our highly qualified and experienced Registered Nurse Instructors, we will provide you with the most relevant and up-to-date curriculum to meet the requirements for employment and to prepare you for the licensure examination.

Take the first step to discover a rewarding career as Dialysis Technician. Contact us today.