Overview

When you suffer kidney failure, renal dialysis (also known as kidney dialysis) can help improve and extend your life. Dialysis treatment doesn’t cure kidney disease, but may help you live longer and feel better. Dialysis filters wastes from the blood when your kidneys can’t.

However, the decision to obtain dialysis services requires careful consideration of several key factors. At Mercy Health, our dialysis specialists will walk you through the process, discussing issues such as your health history. In extreme cases, dialysis may not extend your life, and there can be side effects such as infections, muscle cramps and low blood pressure.

Mercy Health offers both inpatient and outpatient dialysis services, including care at satellite offices and even in-home dialysis treatments. For the convenience of our patients and their families, many satellite units have a private entrance with a protective canopy. Our highly trained staff is comprised of compassionate professionals who strive to meet the needs of renal patients and their families. 

Our inpatient units deliver care through numerous dialysis stations, each with state-of-the-art equipment to provide the best care for our patients. We also have renal clinics that provide educational support and laboratory test monitoring for patients with renal insufficiency, pre- and post-transplant patients and patients with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).

Dialysis Services We Offer

  • Inpatient dialysis
  • Outpatient dialysis
  • In-home dialysis
Why Choose Mercy Health?
With our team of dialysis specialists and a full range of dialysis options to suit your needs – inpatient dialysis units, outpatient dialysis centers and in-home dialysis – Mercy Health offers unmatched care for kidney failure and other renal disorders.

Common Conditions

Kidney failure (renal failure)
Kidney inflammation
End stage renal disease (ESRD) View all Conditions, Treatments and Services

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