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The choice of home modality enhances a patient’s quality of life and is more convenient than traveling to an in-center clinic three times per week. Patients have also experienced better blood pressure control and fewer hospitalizations. Dialysis patients need education and support to determine the appropriate dialysis modality that fits their lifestyle, including but not limited to, how each modality will affect travel, diet & fluid consumption, school, work, social interaction, and well-being.

For an introduction & overview of the Home Dialysis Project (updated March 2024): click here

Here are the latest resources for Home Dialysis (updated April 2024): click here

NCC Home Dialysis Change Package (updated April 2024): click here

Kidney Sundays (uploaded July 2023): click here

Patient testimony of overcoming barriers to Home dialysis (August 2023): click here

Additional Resources

If you have questions, please reach out to the Project Lead: Deb Bowe

Phone: (651) 644-9877 ext. 105

Email: Deborah.Bowe@midwestkidneynetwork.org