Baker College of Clinton Township Appoints C. Gary-Ndoye as Hemodialysis Program Director

April 10, 2012

Baker College of Clinton Township officials have named Carolyn Gary-Ndoye as Director of its new Hemodialysis Program. She will advise students about enrollment procedures into the Hemodialysis Patient Care Technician Certificate Program offered at Baker’s Clinton Township campus. In addition, Gary-Ndoye will participate in new student orientation procedures and teach various program classes.

“As more and more people are being diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, there is a growing demand for trained professionals to provide direct dialysis patient care,” said Donald R. Torline, Baker College of Clinton Township President. “We are very pleased that Carolyn has accepted the challenge of developing this new program and helping to fulfill the need in our community.”

Gary-Ndoye has more than 15 years of nursing, dialysis and managerial experience, having worked at several health care facilities in Michigan, New York and New Jersey, including Hospice Advantage, Greenfield Health System, Beth Israel Irving Place Dialysis and Davita/Chardonnay Dialysis.

A Sterling Heights resident, she holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Wayne State University and is a Certified Dialysis Nurse (CDN). Gary-Ndoye is also a member of the American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) and a supporter of the National Kidney Foundation.

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