Being on dialysis does not mean you cannot travel, for holidays, to see family and friends or for work, but it does present some challenges.

You will need access to specialist equipment, may need to work with skilled healthcare staff and usually need to make frequent visits to a hospital or clinic.

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As good medical care must be guaranteed, we have created the d.HOLIDAY programme. This enables dialysis patients to get easy access to Diaverum dialysis care in cities or countries other than where they live. With more than 400 Diaverum clinics around the world, you have plenty of locations to choose from and can travel with the reassurance of knowing there is high quality and personalised dialysis care at your destination.

Please see our clinics here.

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We are present in 24 countries, with 14,000 staff worldwide treating 40,000 patients to 6.2 million treatments every year. We can assure you that you will be in the best possible hands while you let your dreams of adventure run free.

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"At Diaverum, we are committed to building continuously on patients’ experiences towards more purposeful, life-enhancing experiences – which include the ability to go on holiday with family and friends, like everyone else, with no disruption to their treatment."

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