Reach Kidney Care | Albany, Georgia
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Hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 229-888-4923
Fax: 229-888-0203
EmailAlbanyGA@reachkidneycare.org

 


Care Coordination Services Provided:

  • Assessments
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Education
  • Care Planning
  • Prescription Analysis
  • Follow-up Visits
  • Coordination of Communication

1210 N Jefferson St Albany, GA 31701

(appointments required)

REFERRAL FORM

If you have kidney disease and need advice, please have your doctor complete the referral form and fax it back to us. We would be happy to help you.

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MEET THE TEAM

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Sarah is the CKD Educator and has been serving people with kidney disease since 1996. She says that CKD education is her personal passion.

SARAH WINKFIELD

LPN
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Sharon is the CKD Coordinator and has been passionate about providing care for people with kidney disease since she started in 1976.

SHARON COOPER

RN, BSN, CNN

LATEST NEWS

Reach Kidney Care in Albany, Georgia is presently following 234 CKD patients and in an effort to reach out to the community we participated in a community outreach program at Henderson Community Center on May 30, 2015. Other resources and vendors present were Senior Resource Center, Georgia Families, Allergy and Asthma Clinics of Georgia, Community Action Council, Albany Technical College, Sam’s Club, and Helping Hands.

We had a booth set up to represent Reach Kidney Care. We provided blood pressure screenings, weights, and body mass index information. We educated on how diabetes and hypertension affect the kidneys,  the importance of controlling the disease process, the importance of adhering to prescribed medications, and following up with appointments with health care providers. We also distributed pocket cards with information on “What You Need to Know” about chronic kidney disease.

It was a very rewarding experience to be able to participate in this community based project.

Bottom Row: Sarah Winkfield, LPN, CKD Educator, Kate Askew, LPN, Sharon Cooper, RN, BSN, CNN, Nurse Manager Home Dialysis/CKD Education. Top Row: Ta’Shelya Bynum, Director of Henderson Community Center & Sha’Neidra Hayes, RN, BSN

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