DCL Careers

DCL Careers

At the Dialysis Center of Lincoln, our patients and staff are considered family. We foster a kind, welcoming, and encouraging environment. Our commitment to professional growth and ongoing training allows our team to achieve advancing certifications, ultimately providing progressive care and improving the quality of life for our patients.

We ensure voices are heard, and that needs are met to the best of our ability. We are a local, independent company that offers substantial benefits and opportunities. Get started in a career where you take care of patients, and the company takes care of you. 

paid for employee benefits in 2023
years (avg.) dialysis experience per employee
staff with advanced certifications in their specialty

I chose DCL because I was a CNA when I applied and wanted to expand my experience working in a different environment. I didn’t really know much about dialysis until I started working here and thought it would be a great way to learn. I have chosen to stay for reasons such as working with a great group of people, The patients are like family, DCL is very flexible with me and my schedule and I have been able to have a few different roles at DCL in the 24 years I have been here which has allowed me to have great knowledge in many aspects of dialysis.

Tennille Houston - Health Information Specialist & Admissions Coordinator

"When I came to DCL 5 and a half years ago, I knew nothing about dialysis.  When I went to nursing school, I had two nursing instructors at SCC that worked for DCL prior to becoming nursing instructors.  Listening to their stories about dialysis inspired me to work for DCL.  I stay at DCL because it is a privilege to care for our patients and connect with them and their families!  The staff are like family and care deeply for our patients, and we work well together as a team to provide the best possible care for our patients.  My manager is very flexible with my schedule and is a great listener.  DCL is home and I love my job!"

Tanya - RN

"I am at dialysis because I was a new graduate looking for a position.  I knew the hospital atmosphere was not for me and a nursing home wasn't an option.  I was afraid of being put on overnight shift which is not beneficial to my health.  Been there, done that.  I was hired by Lil Gibson for the Northwest unit and kind of thought this would be a temporary position.  [I] was actually looking to work in a doctor's office.  Anyway, almost 19 years later, here I am.  I love this place, the people I work with, and the people that I care for."

Diane - LPN

I love the comradery we have at DCL. We all play an important part in ensuring our patients get the best care possible and we all truly help each other make sure this happens.

Patient quality of care is our number one priority. This is why I stay.

Cresta - Purchasing and Inventory Coordinator

I’ve worked at DCL for 6 ½ years.  When I started at DCL I was ready get out of the hospital setting and off the overnight shift.  Dialysis had good hours for my family, because I went into work early and was still able to get off on time to pick my kids up from school when they were younger.  I chose DCL because I wanted to work for a small non-profit organization that knows and cares about their employees. 

I enjoy my co-workers.  We all work well together and help each other out. My nurse managers have always been very approachable and willing to work with me on any concerns I may have.

Lavon, RN

Before I started working here, I had no idea what dialysis was. Over the past 4 years through guidance of nurses, dieticians, and social workers, etc.., I have a true knowledge and understanding of the wonders of dialysis.  I truly love my job.  I have a deep love for my patients, and am proud of the care we as a Dialysis team give them.  I am thankful for my job and proud to be a Dialysis Technician. 

Gwen - CCHT

I choose to work at DCL because I like that it is a small, locally owned company and wanted to have the opportunity to build relationships with the patients I take care of. 

I stay because working here feels like a family, staff and patients included! It brings me so much joy to know that I can have fun at work and still provide high quality patient care. We can laugh at staff meetings, celebrate patient milestones with them, and all while helping people live their best life on dialysis. 

Sara - Dietitian