Dialysis Centers/Patient Resources

Now seeing patients at:

Dialysis Units:

Davita – Renal Center of Sewell

(Across from the Target)
Timberline Shopping Center
660 Woodbury Glassboro Rd, St 29, Sewell NJ, 08080
Home Dialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis

Davita Brooklawn Dialysis 

Timberline Shopping Center
700 Cresent Blvd., Unit 106
Gloucester, NJ 08030

Fresenius Kidney Care – Swedesboro

301 Lexington Road, Building C, Swedesboro, NJ, 08085
Home Dialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis

Fresenius Kidney Care – Woodbury

571 North Evergreen Ave., Woodbury, NJ, 08096

Fresenius Runnemede Dialysis Center 

170 Ninth Ave., Unit B, Runnemede, NJ 08078 

Fresenius Kidney Care – Deptford

1689 Delsea Drive, Deptford NJ, 08096
Home Dialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis

Patient Resources

Kidney Smart Education **Attend a no-cost kidney education class taught by certified educators**
KidneySmart.org / Near Me or call 732-655-4065 to schedule a class and ask the office for more information.

Kidney Stones Disease

What It Is:

Different substance collect in the tubes of the kidneys, forming stones

What Causes It:

Anything that makes it more likely for substances to precipitate in the tubes of the kidneys will cause it

How to Manage It:

  1. Fluid Intake: Enough fluid to urinate 2 liters a day
  2. Appropriate Diet:
    • Lower Animal Protein
    • High protein makes the urine more acid, which causes stones. It also increases the amount of calcium in the urine.
    • More Fruits and Vegetables: This makes the urine more basic, which makes stones less likely to form. It also puts more potassium in the urine, which makes stones less likely to form.
    • Low salt: Salt causes more calcium in the urine
    • High Calcium: -This blocks oxalate in the urine, which can also cause stones

Diabetic Kidney Disease

also known as Diabetic Nephropathy

What It Is:

Low kidney function caused by Diabetes This causes a higher Creatinine and a lower glomerular filtration rate (GFR)

What Causes It:

High Blood sugar is toxic to the kidneys

How to Manage It:

  1. Hemoglobin A1c should be 7 or less
  2. Protein in the urine should be less than 0.5 grams
  3. Blood Pressure should be less than 130/80
  4. All patients should be on an ACE Inhibitor or an Angiotensin Receptor Blocker unless there is a good reason not to be
  5. All patients should consider being on a SGLT-2 Inhibitor