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University of Iowa Health Care offers a variety of dialysis treatment options and locations for patients with kidney failure.

We currently provide outpatient hemodialysis six days a week at our University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Dialysis Center in Iowa City.

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We Provide Outpatient Dialysis Three Days a Week

UI Hospitals & Clinics has one of the longest running home dialysis training programs in the country. Since the 1970s our program has trained many patients to successfully perform hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis in their homes, giving patients with renal failure more independence and flexibility.

We Currently Provide Training for the Following Modalities:

  • Daily home hemodialysis
    • 4-6 times per week for 2-3 hours per session
  • Nocturnal dialysis
    • 5 times per week, 6-8 hours per night
  • CAPD (continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis)
  • CCPD (continuous cyclic peritoneal dialysis)

Care Team

Dialysis Service Staff, Internal Medicine

  • Tara Clark, LISW, MBA
  • Emily Dorman, MS, RDN, LD, CDE
  • Alicia McCain, RD, LD
  • Cami Hanson, LISW
  • Carrie Means, LISW
  • Kandi O’Connor RN, BSN
  • Tracy Seboldt, RN, BAN, CDN
  • Janis Tener, RN, BSN, CDN