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REHC liders in Peritoneal Dialysis treatments in South Florida

REHC liders in Peritoneal Dialysis treatments in South Florida
REHC liders in Peritoneal Dialysis treatments in South Florida

Peritoneal Dialysis- REHC Nephrologists are the leaders in Peritoneal Dialysis treatments in South Florida- Most Peritoneal Dialysis Center Medical Directorships.

Peritoneal Dialysis

REHC is very supportive of ‪#‎Peritoneal‬ Dialysis.

We are the Premier Nephrology Practice taking care of Peritoneal Dialysis Patients in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach Counties and we are the Medical Director at 5 Peritoneal Dialysis centers.
We have many available Peritoneal Dialysis training centers for your convenience. We can also perform Urgent start Peritoneal Dialysis at these centers.

All of the Below dialysis centers can accomodate our Peritoneal Dialysis Patients, REHC Nephrologists serve as Medical Directors at 5 Peritoneal Dialysis Centers

Dialysis Treatment Fort Lauderdale

Davita East Fort Lauderdale

1301 S Andrews Ave, Suite 101

Fort Lauderdale FL

Medical Director- Dr Alberto Casaretto- REHC

Dialysis Treatment Plantation, Florida

Davita Plantation Home

8144 W Broward Blvd
Plantation , FL

Medical Director- Dr Reinaldo Rosario- REHC

Dialysis Treatment Miami

Davita Greater Miami

160 NW 176th St, Suite 100

Miami, FL

Medical Director- Parham Eftekhari- REHC

Dialysis Treatment Boca Raton

Davita Boca Raton Artificial Kidney Center

998 NW 9th Court
Raton FL

Medical Director- Dr Alberto Casaretto- REHC

Dialysis Treatment Boynton Beach, Florida

Davita West Boynton

10150 Hagen Ranch Road

Boynton Beach, FL

Medical Director- Dr Wayne Kotzker- REHC

Please call us at 954-463-0112 or 561-368-0235 to make an appointment to see one of our nephrologists.

To learn more about Peritoneal Dialysis Call and make an Appointment.
Peritoneal dialysis  is a way to remove waste products from your blood when your kidneys can no longer do the job adequately. During peritoneal dialysis, blood vessels in your abdominal lining (peritoneum) fill in for your kidneys, with the help of a fluid (dialysate) that flows into and out of the peritoneal space.
Peritoneal dialysis differs from hemodialysis, a more commonly used blood-filtering procedure.

With peritoneal dialysis, you can give yourself treatments at home, at work or while traveling. You may be able to use fewer medications and eat a less restrictive diet than you can with hemodialysis.

Peritoneal dialysis isn’t an option for everyone with kidney failure. You need manual dexterity and the ability to care for yourself at home or a reliable caregiver.

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