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The team at U.S. Renal Care is here to help you navigate your way through your journey with kidney disease. From exploring and advising you of available treatment options, to facilitating a quick and simple admissions process into one of our dialysis centers, to helping you coordinate treatment while traveling, our team is always there for you.

Living with kidney failure requires some form of treatment to replace the lost function of your kidneys. To treat kidney failure and keep you well, you have three main treatment options: home therapies, in-center treatment, and kidney transplant. Each treatment option has advantages. Consider your lifestyle and wellness goals, partner with your healthcare team, and determine which option is right for you.

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U.S. Renal Care has the resources and care team you can count on throughout your treatment.

The team at U.S. Renal Care is here to help you navigate your way through your journey with kidney disease. From exploring and advising you of available treatment options, to facilitating a quick and simple admissions process into one of our dialysis centers, to helping you coordinate treatment while traveling, our team is always there for you.

Living with kidney failure requires some form of treatment to replace the lost function of your kidneys. To treat kidney failure and keep you well, you have three main treatment options: home therapies, in-center treatment, and kidney transplant. Each treatment option has advantages. Consider your lifestyle and wellness goals, partner with your healthcare team, and determine which option is right for you.

Choosing Your Treatment

Home Therapies

Looking for more flexibility with your treatment schedule? You can learn to administer your own treatment from the comfort of home with peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis programs.

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In-Center Treatment

Patients receiving hemodialysis visit the compassionate staff at U.S. Renal Care clinics 3-4 times per week for dialysis treatments. Treatments are administered by well-trained medical professionals and highly-skilled technicians.

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Kidney Transplant

U.S. Renal Care supports our patients and their families in obtaining a kidney transplant and eliminating the need for long-term dialysis. Your nephrologist is the best resource to help with the transplant process. For more information, we recommend the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website.

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Your First In-Center Clinic Visit

Going to your first in-center treatment may seem overwhelming, but our staff is friendly, and the process is simple. Here’s a peek at what will happen.