The Foundation has provided over $85,000 in grants to five hospitals in the northwest region for newer IV infusions pumps for chemotherapy delivery, vital sign monitoring equipment, safer and more comfortable treatment chairs, and equipment to safely store and organize chemotherapy supplies.
The most important thing to remember is that patients and family members are an important part of the care team. Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals can can partner with you to create a care plan and recommendations to help you manage your disease. However, deciding to follow that care plan is up to you. We understand that facing kidney disease is difficult. That’s why we provide you with the medical, emotional, spiritual, mental, and other supports to assist you along the way.
Here are a few ways you can stay involved in your own care: