Between tracking your progress, measuring fluid levels, and managing treatments, it is easy to feel overwhelmed when it comes to your care. Our team is here to be your navigator, advocate, and partner. We help educate you on treatment options, identify potential barriers to care like transportation or access to specific food options, and connect you to the doctors, nurses, and other care team members who will be alongside you on your path to better health.
A model built around you, so you feel connected and empowered to live the life you want.
Helpful Resources and Links
Learn more about the tools, resources, and directories available to help you manage your health.
“The first-time receiving dialysis was hard. I felt depressed and I cried a lot. I couldn’t go for walks with my kids…but now I am able to play soccer with them. Recently, I went to the beach and ran around and played with my kids. I feel joyful again!”
“The work we do at Somatus matters to patients because it ensures no one slips through the cracks.”
Choose an option that best aligns with your values.
A dialysis treatment performed at home by you or your caregiver, where a hemodialysis machine removes toxins from your blood.
A form of dialysis performed at home, where the inner lining of your belly is used to filter toxins which are removed when the fluid is drained.
A treatment received in an outpatient dialysis center, typically three times per week for a three to four-hour treatment session.
Once evaluated and deemed a candidate, this is a surgical procedure using a donor kidney to replace a failing kidney, eliminating your need for dialysis as long as the new kidney is functioning well.
A treatment option that takes into account your wishes to forgo dialysis treatments or kidney transplantation and instead focuses on options to keep you feeling supported and comfortable.