Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP)

Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP) was conferred on June 20, 2002 as an Accredited Nursing Specialty Organization in the Philippines by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Board of Nursing (BON), Nursing Specialty Certification Council.

To advance the professional development of the registered nurses practicing and interested in nephrology, transplantation and related therapies and to promote the highest standards of patient care.

To present a professional atmosphere through teamwork support, dedication, communication, leadership and pride of the members.

RENAP Membership Requirements:

  1. List of references (personal or work-related)
  2. PRC license
  3. PhP 300 membership fee (valid for 1 year)

RENAP Accreditation Exam Requirements:
A nurse interested in taking the Accreditation Exam must be WORKING in a DIALYSIS FACILITY or HAS ALREADY undergone DIALYSIS TRAINING (must have a minimum of 6 months hospital/clinical experience prior to hemodialysis training). Accreditation exams are held after every update, so make sure to attend the update first:

  1. Certificate of Hemodialysis Training
  2. PRC License
  3. IVT License
  4. RENAP Membership ID
  5. Php 550 Accreditation Exam fee


Ms. Raquel Z. Tejada, R.N., C.R.N.S.

Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP)
4A Hospital Building
Philippine Heart Center
East Avenue, Quezon City
Telephone Number: (02) 925-2410 local 2472

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