Dialysis Services

You can be assured your physician and the rest of your care team at NxStage Kidney Care will be with you every step of the way—educating, supporting and encouraging you and your care partner to help make a decision that works best for you. Our treatment options give you choice and flexibility, whether choosing Peritoneal Dialysis (PD), Flexible In-Center Hemodialysis, Home Hemodialysis (HHD), or a combination of therapies to fit your unique lifestyle.

During in-center hemodialysis (HD), a machine filters waste, salt and extra fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough to do this on their own.

At NxStage Kidney Care, we want you to be in a comfortable surrounding being cared for by your personalized medical team. Our team will work with you and your nephrologist to evaluate the frequency of your treatments, and offer a flexible schedule that fits your life.

We also offer short-term respite care for home hemodialysis patients who want to give their care partner a break.

Just like in-center hemodialysis, your home hemodialysis machine filters waste, salt and extra fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough do this on their own.

To perform home hemodialysis, you and your care partner, whether it's a spouse, family member or friend, will be trained by a nurse in-center for as long as you need to feel comfortable dialyzing at home. During the training period, you and your care partner can build the confidence you need to begin performing home hemodialysis, during the day or at night while sleeping (nocturnal hemodialysis), giving you more freedom and  flexibility.

Check with your physician to see if home hemodialysis is a good option for you.

Learn more about the advantages and risks of more frequent home hemodialysis.

With peritoneal dialysis (PD), your doctor places a small tube into the peritoneum, a part of your abdomen. A cleansing fluid called dialysate is sent to pull excess fluids and waste products from your blood, and is drained after a few hours, removing the built-up fluid and waste from your body. This method allows you to treat yourself anywhere you can maintain a clean space, such as home or work.

Check with your physician to see if peritoneal dialysis is a good option for you.

During in-center hemodialysis (HD), a machine filters waste, salt and extra fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough to do this on their own.

At NxStage Kidney Care, we want you to be in a comfortable surrounding being cared for by your personalized medical team. Our team will work with you and your nephrologist to evaluate the frequency of your treatments, and offer a flexible schedule that fits your life.

We also offer short-term respite care for home hemodialysis patients who want to give their care partner a break.

Just like in-center hemodialysis, your home hemodialysis machine filters waste, salt and extra fluid from your blood when your kidneys are no longer healthy enough do this on their own.

To perform home hemodialysis, you and your care partner, whether it's a spouse, family member or friend, will be trained by a nurse in-center for as long as you need to feel comfortable dialyzing at home. During the training period, you and your care partner can build the confidence you need to begin performing home hemodialysis, during the day or at night while sleeping (nocturnal hemodialysis), giving you more freedom and  flexibility.

Check with your physician to see if home hemodialysis is a good option for you.

Learn more about the advantages and risks of more frequent home hemodialysis.

With peritoneal dialysis (PD), your doctor places a small tube into the peritoneum, a part of your abdomen. A cleansing fluid called dialysate is sent to pull excess fluids and waste products from your blood, and is drained after a few hours, removing the built-up fluid and waste from your body. This method allows you to treat yourself anywhere you can maintain a clean space, such as home or work.

Check with your physician to see if peritoneal dialysis is a good option for you.