For 48 years, Satellite Healthcare has always been a pioneer in individualized dialysis care and today is a leading provider of home dialysis and innovative kidney care services for over 8,500 patients. Our mission is making life better for those living with kidney disease. Through our Foundation, we ensure patients and families have access to dialysis treatments, education and the support they need.
In the U.S. alone, more than 37 million people live with chronic kidney disease. Each year, approximately 21,000 kidney transplants are performed, and more than 460,000 people receive dialysis treatments.
Many patients struggle to pay for the life sustaining treatment they need, which is why your support is needed.Give Now
Since 1974, Satellite Healthcare has been among the nation's top non-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services, consistently leading in quality and patient satisfaction ratings.
Today, we have more than 2,800 employees and provide innovative kidney care services in nearly 100 centers across multiple regions. We provide all dialysis treatment options and emphasize home dialysis care.
Your support helps ensure people living with kidney disease have access to life sustaining treatment. Supporters help us meet our patients’ most pressing needs, whether it’s transportation to dialysis, uncompensated expenses related to disease management or services, or kidney health education.
"What we do touches real people, who have hopes and dreams. We play a part in their lives. We have to do it right."
Dr. Wael Hussein
Chief Medical Officer, Research & Development
"Each person's right to compassionate, safe, and optimal care for each stage of their kidney disease journey drives our intentions and efforts. "
Dr. Gopa Green
Chief Medical Officer, In-Center Dialysis Services & Clinical Programs
Your support goes beyond making life better for those living with kidney disease. The patient support services, research and education we fund combine Satellite Healthcare's work with the worldwide movement to end kidney disease.