How CKD Patients Can Stay Safe as Ohio Reopens


As Ohio residents begin to resume activities like eating out, getting haircuts, and shopping at retail stores, you might experience a mix of emotions. At this time, chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients should continue to stay home as much as possible. We know it can be difficult to watch others around you venture out when your risk of contracting COVID-19 is high, but these recommendations are meant to keep you safe and healthy. In the months ahead, here are some steps you can take to stay safe.


Give Thanks to Cincinnati’s Frontline Healthcare Workers

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This pandemic has pushed the limits of our country’s healthcare system, and our frontline healthcare workers are feeling the effects. With COVID-19 tests, personal protective equipment, and ventilators in short supply, healthcare workers are forced to navigate through perilous conditions.

Our team at Cincinnati Home Dialysis knows the critical role these individuals play in keeping our communities safe and healthy. We want to show our healthcare heroes that their communities are here for them, too.


Coronavirus and Home Dialysis

Tips to stay healthy



In these unprecedented times, it’s normal to feel a range of emotions surrounding coronavirus. COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we interact with our world and each other. As a home dialysis patient, you might feel nervous about your risk of contracting the virus.

Here at Cincinnati Home Dialysis, your health and safety is our top priority. That’s why we’ve put together a list of steps you can take to minimize your risk and ease your mind. While at times it can feel like there is no end in sight, please remember that we are in this together and our collective action will help bring this virus under control.