Quality Dialysis is proud to share success stories of actual QDI patients and the home dialysis experience. Through the years we have had the privilege of being a part of so many lives. These are the people who have made a difference in our daily life, and no one can be more proud than Quality Dialysis. That is why we would like to share their stories with you and the rest of the world.

I am Janice Beckham-Byrd, 61 years old and have several illnesses. I have COPD, Lupus, Congestive Heart Failure, Osteoporosis, Sleep Apnea, End Stage Renal Failure, a Tracheostomy and am a Breast Cancer Survivor.

January 2011 I was hospitalized not yet knowing about the Renal Failure. Six months later when time came for me to go home no one could find a clinic to accept me for dialysis because of my tracheostomy. This made my stay in the hospital last longer because they could not let me go home without a place to go for my treatments.

One day a representative came to my hospital room to see if I was a candidate for Quality staff assisted home dialysis program. At that time I did not know that she was the owner. She made me feel like we had known each other for years. I was so comfortable with her. It has been that way every since. The employees make you feel better each and every time they visit my home. Every one of them are very professional, but at the same time very caring. If you have a problem they have a solution or they will find someone who has the solution for you. They waste no time getting on it. Before you know it the problem is gone.

Nowadays most people don’t care about the sick and elderly like they use to. Not so for the people at Quality. It’s as though it was in the plan that no one else would accept me for I am with the best people I could have possibly be dealing with. When I hear the word Quality I smile because I know Quality takes good care of me from Mrs. Barkley down to the guy that brings the supplies. Quality Dialysis Rocks.

– Janice Beckham-Byrd

When I was told that I would have to go on dialysis, I had a lot of apprehension towards this procedure. As a renal kidney failure patient it is very hard to believe that I could have a normal life while on dialysis. A dear friend who I highly admire referred me to Quality Dialysis and told me, “Don’t worry they will take great care of you.”. Thanks to the team at Quality Dialysis, I am a dialysis patient with great quality of life. I continue to work, spend time with my family and even travel. The team at Quality Dialysis are professional, courteous and very attentive. They keep me well informed and in case of any emergency, I know that there is always someone I can refer to. I am very grateful to Cindy Barclay and the team at Quality Dialysis for not only taking the stress out of such a difficult experience, but for restoring my quality of life as a dialysis patient.

– Gloria Edwards, Patient

Services Overview

If you have been diagnosed with Stage V End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) your kidneys will need the continued support of dialysis. Your specific treatment plan will be prescribed by your Nephrologist.

Staff-Assisted Home Hemodialysis is defined as dialysis treatments that are rendered by a licensed professional (Registered Nurse or Licensed Vocational Nurse) under the supervision of a Nephrologist in the patient’s home. An experienced dialysis nurse will come to your home to provide this service. Staff-Assisted Home Hemodialysis is a rapidly growing treatment option that allows you to receive one-on-one care in the comfort of your home. Treatments are traditionally administered three times a week for a duration of three to four hours each treatment. This unique option is family-oriented and supports lifestyle initiatives. Everything is centered around you! Your doctor provides oversight for home hemodialysis care. The dialysis equipment is a single use system and remains in your home. Water sampling, other environmental culturing, maintenance, and servicing of the hemodialysis equipment are maintained in your home. Dialysis supplies are delivered monthly by caring and conscientious personnel. Medications such as Heparin, Epogen, IV iron, antibiotics, etc., will be administered by the dialysis nurse as ordered by a doctor. And yes! This is all done in your home. The social worker and renal dietitian will schedule home visits periodically. Monthly and mid-month blood samples will be collected and sent to the laboratory from homE. Patient care conferences will be held monthly with you and your health care support team. Pick-up services for Biohazard waste are scheduled and disposed per regulatory guidelines. Electricity and water use are minimal.

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