Duneland Dialysis Hosts Grand Opening for New Michigan City Clinic

Michigan City, IN – Duneland Dialysis, a U.S. Renal Care dialysis center and a leading provider of dialysis services for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure, will host a Grand Opening celebration on November 17th. The Grand Opening will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and will be commemorated with the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce conducting a ribbon cutting ceremony welcoming the new facility to the community.

This event will give patients, the public, and healthcare professionals the opportunity to talk one-on-one with the staff, tour the facility and learn about the advanced treatments the new clinic offers including at-home care with the new, high tech Amia cycler, three home training rooms, Extraneal dialysis solutions, and interact with the most highly skilled, caring nursing staff. In addition, free blood pressure screenings will also be offered.

“We are excited by the new addition to the greater Michigan City area community and economy,” said Mary Jo Orlowski, Michigan City Area Chamber of Commerce President. “Duneland Dialysis is built on the standards of delivering high quality care in a compassionate manner and we are confident that this facility will make a positive impact for those needing dialysis treatment in our area.” To oversee operations at the new clinic, John P. Brady, M.D. has been named as the Medical Director. A native of Northwest Indiana, Dr. Brady is an expert in nephrology treatment and dialysis care. He received his M.D. at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis and is Board Certified in Nephrology.

The new facility offers patients state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, including iPad, touch screen TV’s that allow patients to access the internet, steam music and watch movies. It also boasts a Liko Patient Lift that enhances the inherent culture of safety within the facility. Abundant windows provide natural light and a warm color palette create a comforting, home- like environment. Dialysis chairs and machines are the latest generation in the provision of patient comfort and quality dialysis. An onsite generator prevents patients from missing treatments in the event of major storms or power outages.

“Having studied and practiced in Indiana for my entire medical career, I know that having an accessible, full-service dialysis clinic is critical for those needing frequent care,” said Dr. Brady. “I look forward to working to serve the medical needs of this community, bringing quality care to the greater Michigan City community. Knowing that I will be working alongside other professionals who are just as dedicated only makes this role more enticing.”

The new Michigan City clinic is located at 3727 N. Frontage Road. U.S. Renal Care has dialysis clinics in the surrounding community, with clinics in Chesterton, Knox, La Porte and acute facilities in La Porte, Chesterton, and Portage. The new facility will provide patients with an expert team of nephrologists and specially trained caregivers. According to the National Kidney Foundation, in Indiana there are over 8,000 patients on dialysis, over 3,500 who have received a kidney transplant and over 4,000 patients on Medicare diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease.


Clinic Contact:

James Bulva

Facility Administrator



About U.S. Renal Care, Inc.

Founded in Jonesboro, Arkansas, in 2000 by an experienced team of healthcare executives, U.S. Renal

Care, Inc. works in partnership with nephrologists to develop, acquire, and operate outpatient

treatment centers for persons suffering from chronic kidney failure, also known as End Stage Renal

Disease (ESRD). The company provides patients with their choice of a full range of quality in-center and

at-home dialysis. For more information on U.S. Renal Care, Inc. please visit www.dsi-corp.com.