Patient Resources

Frequently Asked Questions


What can cause kidney disease or failure?

In our community, the most common cause for kidney disease or failure is diabetes and high blood pressure. However, other medical conditions can also lead to kidney problems.

What are the symptoms of kidney failure?

Many individuals do not notice symptoms. Some patient experience nausea, vomiting, itching, trouble concentrating, shortness of breath, or swelling in the legs.

What can I do to make my kidneys healthier?

With high blood pressure and diabetes as the top instigators of kidney problems, staying healthy is the most important treatment of kidney disease. Avoiding NSAIDs like ibuproven, advil, and aleve can slow the progression of kidney diseas as well.

Where can I get more information about kidney disease and failure?

The National Kidney Foundation has abundant resources about treatment, prevention, and other resources.

What types of insurance do you take?

Most HMO’s, Medicaid (and all connected HMO’s), Medicare, AARP, Cigna, Keystone, Americhoice, Blue Cross/Blue Shield (Horizon) of NJ, NJ Direct, Direct 10, Direct 15, Personal Choice and POS.

Patients should always check with their insurance to confirm we are in their network.

We accept any new patient and are willing to work with patience out of network.

New Patient Information

New patients will be sent a ‘patient info packet’ that they are responsible for filling out and bringing to their first appointment, along with their insurance cards, medication list, and labs (if they have not been sent already).

New patients must also bring their referral if their insurer requires it or they will not be seen.

We accept cash, check, or money order. Credit cards are not accepted.

Dialysis Lications

CRRT At Waters Edge

512 Union St

Trenton, NJ 08611

FMC Hanilton

2 Hamilton Health Pl

Hamilton, NJ 08690

FMC Ewing

1762 Parkway Ave

Trenton, NJ 08628

FMC Trenton

40 Fuld St, 1st Floor

Trenton, NJ 08638

Fuld Dialysis

750 Brunswick Ave

Trenton, NJ 08638