Covid-19 Resources

Our priority is your health and safety.

We understand that COVID-19 has many Americans feeling unsettled. Regardless of whether or not you are a patient, family member, caregiver, or provider, Somatus is here for you. Now more than ever, we are committed to keeping you supported and connected.

The novel coronavirus has completely changed our routines, interactions, and how we go about delivering and receiving care. While the situation continues to unfold and evolve, one thing has not changed: Somatus’ commitment to providing those with or at-risk of developing kidney disease the highest quality of care and compassion.

In accordance with the guidelines set by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Somatus is taking every precaution to keep you safe. Our front-line care staff strictly adheres to recommendations from the CDC and other local health authorities during our inpatient and outpatient dialysis treatments. Our field-based care teams are leveraging all forms of virtual and telephonic communication to keep you engaged, cared for, and supported.

Now more than ever, we are coming together to go above and beyond to keep you safe, connected, and out of the hospital.


Important information for Somatus patients.

The situation is evolving rapidly, and every day new guidance is being released. If you have kidney disease or are on dialysis it is important that you stay up to date on information pertaining to you and your treatment. The following resources can help keep you informed. If you have questions or need non-emergent help, you can reach out to a member of your Somatus care team.

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Stay Informed and Connected

Maintaining your mental and physical health during this time is extremely important. There are a number of agencies and organizations that have developed information and resources to help you and keep you in the know.
You can also always talk to a member of your Somatus care team. They are a resource to help you stay safe and in the best possible mental and physical health.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The latest public health information from the CDC including the latest case in the United States, how to protect yourself, symptoms, what to do if you are sick, etc.

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Mental Health Resources

A list of telephonic hotlines offering free, confidential emotional support and counseling if you are experiencing any stress or anxiety during this time.

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American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP)

An independent kidney patient organization. The site contains coronavirus resources and FAQs to assist all kidney patients, their families, and their friends.

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National Kidney Foundation (NKF)

A leading health organization dedicated to fighting kidney disease. The site has specific guidance and coronavirus resources for kidney disease and dialysis patients.

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Questions regarding your kidney disease and COVID-19?