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My favourite dialysis spot( Bob Romanes)

5.0

Cairns Private Dialysis Unit - Ramsay Health
Australia

This 5 chair unit is managed by a very experienced nurses and assistants. The attention to detail could not be bettered and this combined with a...

Reviewed By: Romaanes

Great Service

4.0

Darwin Hospital Dialysis Unit
Australia

I will preface my review with the information that I am only 4 months into this dialysis caper. This ward of Royal Darwin Hospital has to be the...

Reviewed By: No bloody good

Superb unit I was in safe hands with Mesogeios

5.0

Mesogeios Dialysis Center Heraklion
Greece

The unit is immaculately clean, large open space, with a stunning view over the hills above Heraklion. The equipment is modern and the staff are...

Reviewed By: jpproenca

Great Holidays in Sicily with Dialysi Mucaria

5.0

Mucaria Dialysis
Italy

I went for 2 weeks in April in 2017 and I was astounded by the efficiency and care given at both the Dialysis Unit and the support, advice and...

Reviewed By: jpproenca

Probably the World’s Best - For dialysis patients

5.0

BIMC Siloam Dialysis Centre
Indonesia

From my traveling experience as a foreign dialysis traveller, although this was my first tropical dialysis holidays, so far the BIMC Siloam Dialysis...

Reviewed By: jpproenca

Probably the World’s Best - For dialysis patients

5.0

BIMC Siloam Dialysis Centre
Indonesia

From my traveling experience as a foreign dialysis traveller, although this was my first tropical dialysis holidays, so far the BIMC Siloam Dialysis...

Reviewed By: jpproenca

Greek Islands

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Reviews from people like you

Hi, I’m Greg Collette and I write the BigDandMe blog, about living with dialysis from the recipients’ viewpoint –  yours and mine.

Of all the things we fear when we start dialysis, our loss of freedom to travel where and when we like, is usually at the top of the list.

But the news on that score is good.

After 21 years off and on dialysis, I’ve learned from experience that travel can absolutely be an integral part of a dialysis patient’s life.

Maybe 20 years ago, it was a little radical to travel across the world. But now, not only to patients expect to travel, so too do dialysis clinicians promote travel as an important part of each dialysis patient’s life.

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