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Toll-Free Emergency Hotline for
Patients and Providers
During non-emergency times, you will hear a recorded message.
Chronic dialysis facilities and patients are usually not included in state and local disaster plans and must therefore plan for their own survival. Because dialysis facilities provide life-sustaining treatment to patients with renal failure, it is imperative that they be as prepared as possible in the event of an emergency. Dialysis facilities should notify the following organizations during their emergency planning phase to ensure external support in the event of a disaster:
Patients should likewise prepare themselves for emergency situations that may prevent them from getting to their dialysis treatment. MARC has develooped What If..? Emergency Preparedness Tools, including posters, fact sheets, and checklists to help patients of all modalities and professionals take the first steps to being better prepared for the event of an emergency. Materials are also available in Spanish. Click here to access the What If...? resources.
Providers and patients can find additional helpful emergency planning and preparedness resources by clicking on the links to the left.
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