8 Ways DaVita Supports Home Dialysis Patients

DaVita provides a comprehensive care program to make sure your transition into home dialysis is smooth and that you have the support you need to live a healthy life.

1. Extra support during your first month at home

We check in a lot in your first month of home dialysis, whether you choose peritoneal dialysis or home hemodialysis.

2. Nurses available 24/7

You’re not alone because you will have a nurse to help you with any questions or concerns.

3. Clinic visits

We arrange clinic visits so you can meet face-to-face with your personalized care team, receive erythropoietin (EPO) shots to help manage anemia and have labs drawn.

4. Continuing education

Your nurse will review information with you regularly.

5. Respite care

When you need a break, patients and care partners can arrange for treatment in one of our centers.

6. Manufacturer is available around the clock

You will receive round-the-clock technical support directly from the manufacturer should machine problems occur.

7. DaVita.com Home Dialysis Digest

Stay informed, inspired and connected with our home dialysis newsletter that's delivered right to your inbox each month. Sign up today.

8. Personalized care team

Your care is guided by your nephrologist, your home training nurse, a registered dietitian and social worker.

For more information about how DaVita supports home dialysis patients, call 1-800-244-0582.

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