DIALYSIS FACILITY   The newly constructed dialysis facility in Lamesa, which is named the Fresenius Kidney Care Stanbaugh Memorial, will be able to treat a maximum of 72 patients. An open house will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 9, at the facility to allow local and area residents to meet the team of medical professionals who will be working here, as well as to tour the new facility.   (Herrel Hallmark/Press-Reporter)
DIALYSIS FACILITY The newly constructed dialysis facility in Lamesa, which is named the Fresenius Kidney Care Stanbaugh Memorial, will be able to treat a maximum of 72 patients. An open house will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 9, at the facility to allow local and area residents to meet the team of medical professionals who will be working here, as well as to tour the new facility. (Herrel Hallmark/Press-Reporter)

    Local and area residents will have the opportunity to attend an open house celebration next month for the new dialysis facility that has been constructed in Lamesa.
    Fresenius Kidney Care, the dialysis division of Fresenius Medical Care North America and reportedly the nation’s leading network of dialysis facilities, will host the open house on Monday, July 9, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at its new clinic in Lamesa.
    Light refreshments will be available.
    The clinic, which is named Fresenius Kidney Care Stanbaugh Memorial, can treat a maximum of 72 patients and enables its local team of expert medical professionals to better serve the rural Lamesa area’s growing dialysis community.
    Local experienced medical professionals will be available at the open house to discuss the following topics:
    * Patient services and the latest dialysis treatment options, including in-center dialysis, which provides the reassurance of staff-assisted treatment and labs all in one place.
    * How the center’s care team meets patients’ physical and emotional needs by individualizing their care.
    * How Fresenius Kidney Care Stanbaugh Memorial strives to empower people to thrive on and live the healthiest, fullest way possible – with kidney disease treatments that fit in with life, not the other way around.
    Those touring the clinic will get to meet the treatment team and see the treatment rooms. They also will learn about other services offered at the center, such as hemodialysis travel services, pharmacy services and ongoing educational programs.

 

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