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DIALYSIS UNIT GUIDE (The DUG)

To find a dialysis unit using our DUG, click on the drop down state box below for accurate location and contact details for public and private Renal Units.

Our DUG may be used for referrals, when relocating, and to arrange short term dialysis treatment in a particular city.

Refer Dialysis and Travel for tips on how to plan travel effectively on dialysis.

Note: Private Renal Units charge fees for each treatment - not 'PHI' under 'Billing

Our DUG is only available online, via this site.

Help keep our DUG up to date - if you notice errors in address details, call us on 1800 454 363 or email KHIS@kidney.org.au

© Copyright 2002 by Kidney Health Australia. Apart from any fair dealings for the purpose of private research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission. Enquiries - Kidney Health Australia, GPO Box 9993, Melbourne Victoria. ISBN 09595742–9-8

Our DUG guide was inspired and pioneered by a dedicated KHA volunteer, Graham Herbert - RIP 2012. Thank you Graham!



The Australian Travel Dialysis Konnections Program 
Our AHDK program connects patients wishing to 'swap' dialysis chairs for a short time. Whilst you can travel on haemodialysis, it is difficult to find a Renal Unit which can take casual clients, so plan ahead.

Use Whereis.com®  to find directions to a dialysis unit - click link for detailed map view.

Updated 2 September 2013

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Last updated: Apr 2014.