Premier Renal Care, a division of Unity Health Network, recently opened a new office to deliver care more conveniently and comfortably to patients in the greater Akron area.
Premier Renal’s new Akron location
The new office at 632 E. Market Street in Akron also houses the new U.S. Renal Care Akron Dialysis Center.
“The whole purpose behind expansion is to bring the care to one convenient location for the patients,” says Dr. Datinder Deo, Premier Renal Care.
Premier Renal Care’s physicians and specialists provide high-quality diagnosis and treatment of kidney disorders and hypertension, delivering customized educational and preventive services that result in long-term solutions for patients.
Services include, but are not limited to:
- Acute renal failure
- Chronic kidney disease management
- Hypertension management
- Dialysis: preparation for dialysis, hemodialysis and home-based therapies
- Fluids and electrolyte management
- Kidney stone management
- Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring
- Pre-transplant evaluation
- Preventive health evaluation
- Renal consultation and ultrasound
- Dietary consultation
- Kidney biopsy
- Disorders of blood chemistry (sodium, potassium, calcium, acid-base levels)
- Transplant follow-up
Premier Renal includes physicians Adrian Ochoa, MD, Rajat Maheshwari, MD, Mansumeet Singh, MD, Harkanwal Dhillon, MD, Datinder Deo, MD, and Monica Rizzo, MSN, CNP.
From left, Adrian Ochoa, MD; Harkanwal Dhillon, MD; Rajat Maheshwari, MD; Samuel DeShazior, Deputy Mayor, Economic Development, the City of Akron; Datinder Deo, MD; and Mansumeet Singh, MD
In addition to their newest Akron location, Premier Renal has five other locations: Barberton, 201 Fifth Street NE, Suite 14, Barberton, Ohio 44203; Cuyahoga Falls, 421 Portage Trail, Suite A, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221; Kent, 1720 East Main St., Kent, Ohio 44240; Ravenna, 6847 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna, Ohio 44266; and Wadsworth, 195 Wadsworth Rd., Suite 402, Wadsworth, Ohio 44381.
For more information, call (330) 331-4466 or visit www.unityhealthnetwork.org/nephrology.
Photos courtesy of Tim Fitzwater