The American Kidney Fund has long recognized the link between professional/medical education and the provision of quality health care and the improvement of clinical outcomes for kidney disease patients.
The American Kidney Fund has long recognized the link between professional/medical education and the provision of quality health care and the improvement of clinical outcomes. We offer programs that address the learning needs and interests of the members
The American Kidney Fund’s steadfast commitment to stewardship of the donated dollar has resulted in the highest ratings from organizations that evaluate charities. This also provides more money for kidney disease research.
More than 100,000 people have learned their risks for kidney disease by having a free screening from the American Kidney Fund. Check below to find out if there is a screening near you, and check back often for updates.
Through the Health Insurance Premium Program (HIPP), the American Kidney Fund pays Part B Medicare, Medigap, commercial, and COBRA premiums for dialysis patients who have insufficient income and savings.
The KCER Coalition strives to provide disaster preparedness resources to save lives, improve outcomes, empower patients and families, educate health care workers, build partnerships with stakeholders, promote readiness in the community, and support the ES
Because kidney disease often has no symptoms, it can go unnoticed until it is very advanced. But there’s good news. Taking steps to live a healthy lifestyle can go a long way towards reducing risk, and early detection and treatment can slow or prevent the