Satellite Healthcare Sacramento Hosting Open House on February 16
Event to Introduce Optimal Transitions and LOL Hemodialysis Programs
What: Satellite Healthcare, a leading not-for-profit dialysis care provider, is hosting an open house at its Sacramento, California center for physicians, patients and families to meet the center’s new medical director, Dr. Jose Morfin, and learn about its latest offerings:
- Optimal Transitions—A first-of-its-kind program that provides dialysis patients and their families the time, support and resources needed to select the right dialysis therapy for them. Through consistent communication and a respectful environment, Optimal Transitions team members aim to empower patients to manage their health by listening, educating and offering choices.
- LOL Hemodialysis— A new therapy that involves laughter during hemodialysis. The LOL – HD program brings together elements of laughter, activity, meditations and deep breathing exercises that stimulate better mood and decreases anxiety.
Light refreshments will be served.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
4 - 7:30 p.m. PT
646 North Market Blvd.
Sacramento, Calif. 95834
Who: Satellite Healthcare
About Satellite Healthcare:
Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Five-Star Quality Rating System, Satellite leads the industry in four to five stars rating among the 10 largest national dialysis providers. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life.