Dialysis needs?

Learn about your Treatment Options and which would be best for you.

We are here to help.
Tarrant Nephrology has since evolved into one of the largest comprehensive Nephrology practices in Tarrant County. We have been servicing all of Tarrant Countyʼs area hospitals for 40 years. Our nephrologist at Tarrant nephrology associates(TNA), have decades of experience with both Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
To find a dialysis center served by our nephrologists,
  • 817 820 0788
  • 833 980 0332
or fill the form above and one of representative from our admissions team will reach out to you.

For more details, call Tarrant Nephrology Associates at 817 877 5858.

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Treatment Options


A treatment that allows patients to be hooked up for 3-4 hour sessions, 3 times a week to undergo filtering of their blood and removal of excess fluid. Since the invention of dialysis it has saved and prolonged countless lives. There are currently 300,000+ dialysis patients in the United States alone.

Home Hemodialysis

Is a procedure where the dialysis sessions are conducted at the patient’s home. Patients and their family members are trained to perform the procedure and associated activities. Patients see the Doctor once a month for an evaluation and blood work. There are three basic schedules of Home Hemodialysis and these are differentiated by the length and frequency of dialysis and the time of day the dialysis is carried out.

Peritoneal Dialysis

A method by which the patient’s peritoneal membrane in their abdomen is used as a filter to help get rid of toxins. The patients undergo a simple surgery that places a catheter into a fluid filled sac in the abdomen called the peritoneum. A special fluid called dialysate is then instilled into this peritoneal sac. The dialysate draws toxins from the patient’s blood circulation into the peritoneal sac. The toxins that are now in the peritoneal sac are drained out of the patient using the same catheter. This type of dialysis is conducted at home, typically while the patient sleeps. Patients are seen once a month for follow up and blood work. We have extensive videos and literature for interested patients.