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Greenfield recently celebrated 30 years in the dialysis industry providing excellent and passionate patient care.Learn More
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Henry Ford and HAP are the premier sponsors for the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan's annual kidney walk at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, May 17 at the Detroit Zoo. CEO Nancy Schlichting is honorary co-chair. The walk is the third-largest in the country, and 90 cents of every $1 raised benefits NKFM programs and services. Cost is $20 for walkers ages 13 and older and $10 for walkers ages two to 12. The cost is applied to the walker's pledge total and includes parking and zoo admission.Register at Kidney Walks.
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“The in depth training prepared me to be a successful hemodialysis nurse.
What seemed difficult and intimidating to me at first was made simple by the
knowledgeable, helpful and patient staff.”
“My experience as a new Dialysis Technician within Greenfield Health System is going well. Thanks to our wonderful Staff Educators. They are very patient and thorough in their profession. Compared to my previous training as a Dialysis Technician, the training I have received here is far greater and much appreciated.”
“The Educators over at Greenfield Health System did a great job with training their staff. They were courteous, patient, professional and surprisingly approachable. The good thing about the experience was that almost all of the concerns are brought up and dealt with right then and there. The Educators made sure that we got the most of the Theory and Clinical Aspects of the training program.”
“When I first started out, I did not really know what to expect. Dialysis was a word I heard very little about. Five weeks have passed and I could say I am now well educated. They went above and beyond their job description to make sure I knew it all. Not only I was learning about dialysis, but I was enjoying it.”