Hemodialysis is a method for removing waste products such as creatinine and urea, as well as excess fluid from the blood when the kidneys are in failure. Kidneys are some of the most important organs in the human body. They function like filters, removing unwanted chemicals and other substances. Furthermore, they control water, mineral and acid/alkali balance, and are responsible for the production of important hormones. There are many factors that can cause kidney problems, including diabetes, hypertension, kidney stones, chronic kidney infections, genetic diseases, and certain medications and chemicals.
Euromedica Rhodes has signed a cooperation contract and a Hemodialysis Department will operate from January 2018. With the newly established department of hemodialysis at Euromedica in Rhodes, which will provide modern kidney dialysis treatment facilities and a supportive specialized team, hemodialysis dependent travellers can feel secure when coming to Rhodes on vacation and it will be serving local patients that need this specialized treatments. Our nephrologists in the Hemodialysis Department will be monitoring the treatment carefully, plus there will be nurse specialists on stand-by 24 hours.
Advanced planning for a vacation and getting in contact with us before your vacation is necessary when you are on dialysis and it is recommended that dialysis patients talk with their doctor prior to traveling. In addition, the patient needs to check their insurance to determine if treatment will be covered while traveling.
For any information you, your insurance or doctor may need, please contact us under:
We will be pleased to support you in preparation of your visit to Rhodes and make the needed arrangements and reservation.