What is Dialysis?
It’s a treatment that takes over your kidney functions if those organs stop doing their job. There are different types or “modalities” of dialysis, the most common is In-Center Hemodialysis, where patients generally go three times per week. Other options include peritoneal dialysis, home-hemodialysis, and nocturnal in-center hemodialysis.
The type of dialysis a patient receives will help determine where they need to go for regular dialysis treatments and how often. Dialysis treatments are typically done at a specialized hemodialysis center or at home. Our physicians and nurse practitioner see our dialysis patients regularly at all of the dialysis unit locations listed below.