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Open houses held for new kidney dialysis centers

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  Original Published: 5/16/2014

DaVita Inc., a leading provider of kidney care services, hosted open houses this week to celebrate the opening of brand new centers in Galion and Ontario.

The open houses were held at Galion DaVita Dialysis, 865 Harding Way West, Galion and Mid Ohio DaVita Dialysis, 2148 West 4th St., Ontario.

The open houses provided an opportunity for the community to tour the center, interact with dialysis care specialists and receive educational materials about kidney disease care and to raise awareness of a disease that is on the rise that affects more than 20 million Americans. 

As of March 31, DaVita Kidney Care operated or provided administrative services at more than 2,098 outpatient dialysis centers located in the U.S. serving approximately 165,000 patients.

The company also operated 75 outpatient dialysis centers located in 10 countries outside the United States.

   
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