Fulfilling the sweetest dream – despite being on dialysis: Life is full of challenges, but also possibilities. My name is Ramunė Budrikienė and I am a business woman, and I am a fighter.
Mother of six gave birth to last born twins while on dialysis: Being a mother of six children, is that special? In my situation maybe it is, and maybe a little more than usual. My name is Melinda and I delivered my newly born twins being a dialysis patient.
Thirty years on dialysis: A transplant, not working out the way I wanted, still became the breakthrough moment in my life. My name is Wojciech Rosanowski and I have decided to live my life to the fullest.
I have been to several different units since I have started dialysis and have found Rotherham to be the most comfortable overall experience. What I liked: The friendly and professional staff, the spacious ward, comfortable adjustable seats, no waiting around before treatment, car parking free and next to unit.
From the very beginning the staff was welcoming, warm, made me feel relaxed and really went out of their way to help me in any way they could. I was picked up on time from my hotel by the bus driver and from where I was staying it was only a short distance away. The staff on the ward welcomed me very warmly, the doctor spoke good English which put me at ease and I was very happy with the treatment that I received here. I have no complaints and would definitely return to this clinic.