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Our experienced team of healthcare professionals is committed to providing you with high-quality, compassionate care that meets your unique needs. Whether you're new to dialysis or have been receiving treatment for some time, our goal is to help you live a full and active life. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our services and how we can help you manage your kidney disease.

Hemodialysis (HD)
Peritoneal Dialysis (PD)

Hemodialysis (HD)

During hemodialysis, you will go to a treatment center three days a week for three to four hours per treatment. While at the center, a machine will filter toxins, fluids, and salts from your blood due to your kidneys no longer being healthy enough to filter these substances themselves.

At the center, you will have an extensive care team consisting of a physician, nurse practitioner, nurse, dialysis tech, social worker, and dietician who will closely monitor your vital signs (blood pressure and heart rate) during treatment, your monthly labs, and discuss what changes need
to be made to further improve your quality of life while on dialysis.

Peritoneal Dialysis (PD)

Home Dialysis

During peritoneal dialysis, a cleansing fluid will flow into your abdomen through a catheter and the lining of your abdomen will work as a filter to remove toxins, fluids, and salts from your blood due to your kidneys no longer being healthy enough to filter these substances themselves.


The fluid will be left in your abdomen for a set period of time, and then will be drained back out, thereby draining the waste products that have been removed from your blood. Peritoneal dialysis can be done at home by you or a family member. You and your family will receive extensive training prior to starting PD at home to make sure that you are comfortable with the process. The type of fluid and amount of time the fluid stays in your abdomen can be adjusted based on your individual needs.


Typically, the dialysis treatment is started at night prior to going to bed and runs throughout the night empowering patients to stay at home. Once you get up in the morning, you unhook the tubing and continue your normal routine. You will have a PD nurse that will check in with you regularly to help with any issues, and you will meet with a physician, social worker, and dietician monthly to make any changes that may be needed.

Dialysis Locations
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Dialysis Locations

Find directions of our Dialysis locations by clicking the icon on the map below.

Macon Southside

2117 Eisenhower Pkwy Macon, Ga

Dialysis Center of Macon

890 Second Street Macon, GA

Macon Eastside

640 North Ave Macon, GA Suite H

Dialysis Center of Milledgeville

1520 N. Columbia Street Milledgeville, GA

Baldwin Dialysis Center

1302 N. Columbia Street Milledgeville, GA

Dialysis Center of Forsyth

120 N. Lee Street Forsyth, GA Suite F

Also associated with various Davita and USRC facilities

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