International Travel While on Dialysis | Travel Tips for Kidney Patients

Your Overseas Dialysis Destination

Is it possible for Kidney Patients to Travel?

Yes, most patients who receive dialysis or have had a kidney transplant can travel safely and continue their treatment while away from home. Of course, you should always consult your doctor before planning to travel. Most doctors encourage travel if the patient’s health is stable. Traveling can give a big boost to a patient’s morale and sense of well-being.

Why let dialysis stop you from having some fun around the world or attend an important business meeting overseas?

Nephromed offers comfortable and spacious in-center dialysis in Kenya. Our dialysis centers are known for the clean and hygienic environment along with nutritional diet. We also offer consultation if you face any difficulty while you dialyze with us.

How to Travel with Dialysis?

  • Plan before time.  
  • Book your appointment at the destination at least 30 days before visiting.  
  • Get your dialysis plan & prescription,from your current dialysis center. 
  • Prepare your documents for treatment. 
  • Talk to your insurance provider about dialysis coverage in another country. 
  • Travel with all your medical records. 
  • Pack your medicines and opt for low salt meals. 

Organizing Dialysis Treatment Overseas

Getting your treatment organised with Nephromed is extremely simple.

  • Plan your travel a month ahead and call us for consultation. 
  • Send us your medical documents and requirements before joining us for dialysis for our team to prepare.   
  • Book your appointment for preferred timing according to your schedule.

Travelers Hemodialysis at Nephromed Dialysis Center

Is Dialysis stopping you from stepping out of the country? Let’s break the boundaries and breathe in your favorite destination. Nephromed’s team will help you dialyze at its well managed dialysis center when you visit Kenya. Book your slot at a center in Nairobi & Mombasa and have a comfortable dialysis.

A Travel Guide For Kidney Patients

Is It Possible To Travel While On Dialysis?

Yes, you can book an appointment for a dialysis center in the country you are visiting. Apart from some formalities, the procedure will almost be the same. 

How To Find A Center For Travel Dialysis?

It is easy to find a dialysis center in one’s own country. However, people find it difficult to manage international travel while on dialysis. But, it’s not at all tough as almost all countries have traveler dialysis centers. 

Can I Get A Dialysis Center In An Emergency? 

Though getting a dialysis center in another country requires you to plan ahead of time, it’s not impossible to arrange one in an emergency. Explain your problem and they will do it for you. However, your medical records need to be ready.

What Do I Have To Do To Book My Appointment? 

  • Plan your journey
  • Collect your medical reports
  • Find a center in the country you are visiting. 
  • Book a consultation call
  • Book your appointment 

How To Ensure That I Will Receive The Best Care? 

The best care can only be ensured if you manage to choose the best center. 

  • You can read reviews
  • Check what facilities they offer
  • Take recommendations from those whom you are visiting 
  • Ask for references from your doctor. 

If you are traveling to Kenya on dialysis, we would be happy to host you at one of our centers. Nephromed is known for its world class dialysis centers.  

What If I Get Sick In Another Country?

Your center in the other country will assign you a doctor. The team will always be prepared for any such emergency. You only need to stay in touch with them.

Can You Do Dialysis In Kenya?

We at Nephromed offer you hygienic and well-facilitated dialysis centers in Kenya. 

You can choose from a number of centers situated at various locations depending on where you will be staying. 

Be it a business meeting or a fun trip, your treatment won’t stop.

Why Nephromed?

  • NephroMed is an affordable dialysis center in Nairobi, Kenya. It offers support services like laboratory tests, pharmacy, ultrasound etc. and are very affordable, even to the patients paying out of pocket.
  • NephroMed is a premier In-Centre Hemodialysis (Renal Units in Kenya).
  • Nephromed is an NHIF accredited center under national scheme and specialized managed schemes for civil servants in Kenya. We are also accredited for our patient clinics for civil servants such as National Police Services.

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