Diaverum Romania has launched its all-new nephrology and dialysis medical Centre in Mediaș, the latest investment in a series of ambitious projects, following the opening of the Nephrology Medical Centre of Excellence in Bucharest, in November 2022.

The new centre offers patients a broad portfolio of medical services, ranging from preventive care, haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis to integrated management of chronic kidney disease and its complications. Through its Prevention Programme, the Medias clinic supports patients with the detection, monitoring and treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), its complications and other types of kidney damage.

The newly launched clinic, located in the city centre, covers a space of over 1,200 m2. It is comprised of 24 fully equipped dialysis stations where 35 highly experienced and capable staff currently care for 140 patients. Beyond this, it offers services that cater to the complex range of medical specialties associated with CKD, providing patients an integrated treatment approach that makes full use of Diaverum’s proprietary digital infrastructure, creating a new benchmark in the standards of renal care in the area. Additionally, special attention has been paid to creating a comfortable and pleasant space for patients, with such as a digital treatment support system, internal TV communication channel dedicated to patients and the deployment of the d.CARE app for further enhancing patient / care team communications.

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Commenting on the launch Viorel Simion, General Manager of Diaverum Romania, said:  "The opening of the new centre in Mediaş represents another important step in the company's strategy and, equally, for renal care services as a whole, at national level. With this project, we want to set a new benchmark in the care of patients with chronic kidney disease in Sibiu county, based on the competence, passion and inspiration that define our True Care culture. I am extremely proud of our project team, whom I congratulate on this extraordinary achievement."

Ovidiu Bradu, Operations Director of Diaverum Romania, who led this project, added that: "CKD patients put all their trust in us and so, Diaverum is always there for them. The continual investments we make in new technologies and the constant effort of our team are the two things on which the excellence of the care we offer is fundamentally dependent. I am convinced that this new centre is the answer expected by patients with chronic kidney disease in this region ".

With the opening of the centre, Diaverum further consolidates its position as a leading provider of renal care services in Romania, with a team of over 1,200 employees caring over 3,900 patients with stage 5 chronic kidney disease with a further 4,500 patients monitored through the nephrology offices.



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