It has been the year of snow as the Home Office in Denver was slammed with over a foot of snow on February 2 and the East Coast was pummeled by Blizzard 2016 the fourth weekend of January. The winter storm, which produced up to three feet of snow in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast United States, closed several RVM renal centers on January 23 and kept them closed early the next week as roads were cleared.
Using two tables in the lobby, The Hills Dietitian Robyn Poston set out food, publications, and protein powder boxes on January 18 for a Lobby Day to teach patients how to include more protein in their diets.
"Welcome to the infusion centers." With those calming, opening words, MPP Infusion's new video shows potential and current patients all about the process of infusing at MPP Infusion centers. Editor's note: MPP Infusion is a Renal Ventures Management company.
Join the American Heart Association's (AHA) Go Red for Women movement to raise awareness of heart disease and save lives. On February 5, we're encouraging all Renal Ventures employees to wear red and inform patients about the prevalence of heart disease and stroke in women.
Windows had been shined, floors buffed, and equipment placed just right. Food was set up, attendees invited, and a bouquet of flowers was wrapped up for a special honoree. January 14 was the day the Renal Center of Hamilton opened its doors to the community for an Open House.
Renal Adventures is the quarterly patient newsletter that features information and tips for dialysis patients at RVM facilities. RVM CEO Larry Chatfield's column covers 2015 accomplishments. Chief Medical Officer Dr. George Aronoff's column discusses the transition of RVM clinics to DaVita Kidney Care.