U.S. Renal Care to host open house of Snellville-area dialysis clinic

U.S. Renal Care has opened a new Snellville-area location. (Special Photo)

A leading provider of dialysis will host an open house Tuesday to welcome the community to its new Snellville-area location.

U.S. Renal Care welcomes dialysis patients, local elected officials, health officials and community members to tour the new facility, meet the staff and ask questions from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

“We are pleased that U.S. Renal Care has decided to expand in the Snellville area to help meet the growing health care demand in this community,” said Sandy Richardson, membership development manager for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. “There is a need for quality, close to home health care options in the area, and we are glad that U.S. Renal Care has noticed this and is facilitating services to meet those needs.”

The stand-alone clinic technically has a Lawrenceville address. It’s located at 3370 Sugarloaf Parkway in Suite A1.

The clinic will provide dialysis treatment from a team of nephrologists and specially trained caregivers in a facility complete with an isolation room, 12 stations with heated chairs, free Wi-Fi and individual TV’s with cable.

The new Snellville-area location won’t be U.S. Renal Care’s only upcoming expansion. A new clinic opening in Monroe on April 20 will join pre-existing clinics in Winder, Lawrenceville and Decatur.

“It’s an honor to work for a company who actively looks to engage and partner in the community,” said Dr. Mazen Abdalla, medical director of the Snellville-area clinic. “I look forward to working with the professionals at this new clinic who truly want to make a difference in patients’ quality of life.”

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