People living with kidney disease want what we all want.
To enjoy life. Watch children and grandchildren grow. Give back to their community. Have hope for many more moments of joy.
We start by getting to know each patient as a person and understanding what’s most important to them. Then, we help individual patients understand their options so they can make decisions for improved health and wellbeing.Life with chronic kidney disease isn’t easy. At Satellite Healthcare, our patients have a trusted partner ready to help them live a better life.
Everyone talks about quality. Our reputation as a quality leader is built on independent reporting on health outcomes and patient satisfaction.Each year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) conducts a careful review of dialysis centers and surveys patient opinions. Consistently, Satellite Healthcare teams come out on top for quality care and patient satisfaction.
78% of Satellite Healthcare centers were rated 4 or 5 out of 5 stars by patients, compared with the national average of 49%.
(Source: Centers for Medicare Services Patient Experience Survey released Fall 2019)
66% of Satellite Healthcare centers were rated 4 or 5 out of 5 stars by CMS, compared with the national average of 56%.
(Source: Centers for Medicare Services Quality of Patient Care Star Rating released Fall 2019)
Satellite’s commitment to people living with kidney disease extends beyond the doors of our centers. Our teams donate money, time, and talent to help people living with kidney disease live the best, most joyful life possible.
Satellite is the right size for the individual voice of each physician to be heard. As a physician-led organization, nephrologists and other specialists are actively involved in every aspect of the organization, innovating ways to advance patient care.
Satellite is recognized nationally as a significant force in improving patient care standards and increasing each patient’s quality of life. Our research focuses on care delivery and process improvement that lead to findings that can rapidly be adopted and implemented across the CKD community.
The most important person on any care team is the patient. Treatment plans include individualized, continuing education, so people under our care have the information they need to live a longer and healthier life.