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What you can expect when you arrive for treatment
When you first arrive, you’ll be greeted at the front desk to check in. Then, a clinical staff member will escort you into the treatment room to get you ready for your treatment. In preparation for your dialysis treatment, they will accompany you to the scale to obtain your weight, and you’ll be instructed to wash your hands and your access site (if applicable).
Once you are all set with the patient preparation area, you will be shown to your treatment station where a clinical staff member will obtain your blood pressure and temperature in preparation for the nurse to assess you. Once the nurse assigned to you has completed your assessment, the nurse or clinical staff member will begin the process of starting your dialysis treatment.
During treatment, you’ll likely engage with Patient Care Technicians (PCTs) and nurses, and may also meet with your dietitian, social worker, and/or nephrologist, among others. This is a great time to ask questions, so come prepared, and don’t be afraid to ask!
Throughout your treatment time with us, you’ll get to know the PCTs and nurses you work with. We truly become your extended family.
Hemodialysis (HD), or in-center dialysis, is a lifeline for anyone struggling with end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
In-center hemodialysis is performed by trained healthcare professionals at one of our many clinics.
Here, we’ll answer, “What is hemodialysis?” and cover how we perform dialysis at our state-of-the-art clinics.