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Providing The Best Options For Home Dialysis Treatments:

Peritoneal Dialysis • Home Hemodialysis • Staff-Assisted Home Hemodialysis

At HOME DIALYSIS SERVICES our mission is to provide patients with personalized care, assistance, training and education so they feel confident in their therapy choice and their ability to manage dialysis treatments at home. 

We offer Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) using the Baxter HomeChoice Pro and Baxter AMIA APD, Home Hemodialysis (HHD) using NxStage System One, and staff assistance to qualified patients when appropriate. 

Our patient training facilities are located throughout Illinois, Northwest Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida, with additional states coming in 2016. If you do not see a location near you on our contact page, please call our toll free number to see when we will be entering your area.

Home dialysis gives patients the freedom to continue working or going to school, travel and take vacations, and have a more normal lifestyle following their ESRD diagnosis. Patients can dialyze in the comfort of their own home, at a time that is convenient for them, making dialysis a part of their life, not the central focus.

With home dialysis, patients may enjoy better health, quicker recovery times after treatment, a less restrictive diet, and have a higher quality of life.


Home dialysis is the therapy a majority of nephrologists and nurses would choose for themselves:

In a survey of 44 nephrologists and 101 dialysis nurses, 89% of the nurses would choose home dialysis for their own renal replacement therapy and 93% of the physicians surveyed stated they would choose home dialysis for themselves or family members.

To find out more about this study, follow the link below:
Modality Choice: Perceptions about renal replacement therapy among nephrology professionals, in the September 2010 issue of Nephrology News & Issues


Some Benefits of Home Dialysis May Include:

  • Flexibility in treatment schedules
  • Frequent dialysis is closer to how healthy kidneys function
  • Freedom to continue working or going to school
  • A wider range of food choices
  • Reduced blood pressure medication
  • Increased energy and general well-being
  • The satisfaction of maintaining many normal activities
  • Staff assistance for eligible patients in need of a care partner

For more information regarding peritoneal dialysis, home hemodialysis,
or staff-assisted home hemodialysis, call to speak with one of our certified personnel.



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