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Below are some helpful resources for hurricane preparation and updates in storm conditions.
Please contact KCER if you need assistance or are having difficulty contacting your dialysis facility.

KCER Hotline: 866.901.3773
Email: KCERInfo@hsag.com

ESRD Networks

Facility Status Reports

No reports posted. Check here for changes in Open/Close status for dialysis facilities related to Hurricane Barry.

Patient Helpline Numbers

  • DaVita: 800.400.8331
  • Fresenius: 800.626.1297
  • DCI: 866.424.1990
  • DSI: 877.374.3375
  • ARA: 888.880.6867
  • RAI: 800.403.2530
  • US Renal Care: 866.671.8772
  • Veteran Disaster Relief Hotline: 800.507.4571

A Message from the American Kidney Foundation

With Tropical Storm Barry rapidly approaching the Gulf Coast, the American Kidney Fund has opened its Disaster Relief Program to any dialysis patients in Louisiana who have been impacted by the storm. Patients impacted by this storm in Louisiana may submit a grant request themselves for the Disaster Relief Program through our Grants Management System at gms.kidneyfund.org, or may contact their social worker for information on applying. To apply through GMS, please ensure that your Patient Profile is complete, then select the Disaster Relief Program from the “Grant Programs” tab.

Our Patient Services team is available to help with special requests – you may reach us by calling 800.795.3226 or messaging us through GMS. If you have any issues with accessing GMS, you may also reach us at registration@kidneyfund.org.

Please see the following video update for more information: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pJz86VwSL4

Thank you to all who are helping patients through this catastrophic event.

Rx Open 

Rx Open helps patients find nearby open pharmacies in areas impacted by disaster. Combining multiple data feeds from the pharmaceutical industry, Rx Open displays the precise location on Google Maps of open pharmacies, closed pharmacies, and those whose status is unknown.

KCER Hurricane Resources