Join a team dedicated to providing the best possible treatment to people with kidney failure.


Each of our nearly 800 staff members brings a unique quality to our team. Yet we’re all united by one common trait: passion.

Together, we work to transform the lives of people with kidney disease. This shared goal makes every early morning meeting, or late evening shift, worthwhile. 

As the largest provider of dialysis services in the Puget Sound  region, we regularly welcome passionate people to our team.

View our current job openings

Anna Aslanidi, RN and patient Robert Johnson.


Our benefits include:

Paid training 

Medical and dental coverage

Life insurance

401(k) plan

Paid time off

Find out more about Northwest Kidney Centers


We’ve led the way for kidney disease treatment and research since our inception in 1962. Our employees belong to a proud tradition of leadership, which includes:

• Developing the world’s first home dialysis program.

• Introducing groundbreaking treatments.

• Achieving a transplant rate that’s 64% higher than the national average.

Enriching thousands of lives by administering nearly 270,000 dialysis treatments per year.

• Consistently outperforming the nation, with higher survival rates, better vascular access and less hospitalization.

Read more about our history

Jo Ann Albers, Northwest Kidney Centers' first head nurse, with patient Pat Juhl in the 1960s.

Northwest Kidney Centers is the third-largest nonprofit dialysis provider in the United States. Even as we grow, we remain a tight-knit community of staff, patients and volunteers. 

What our employees say

“I like working with our patients and helping them with their insurance needs. I like that they [Northwest Kidney Centers] are not-for-profit, and I feel they put the patients first.”

— Mary Grennan, patient finance supervisor

“This company’s priorities are in order. There aren’t many health care organizations or businesses that are driven by the sole desire to administer the best health care possible to its patients, be socially active in the community it serves, all the while doing research.”

— Anthony Berkley, licensed practical nurse


“I like the people I work with at Northwest Kidney Centers, and I like getting to know the patients and helping them with their medications. I feel like the patients really come first.

— Jan Davis, clinical pharmacist

Open to all

We’re an equal opportunity employer. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, genetics or veteran status.

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700 Broadway

Seattle WA 98122