It is suitable for:
• Those travelling to Bali for more than 3 days;
• Those who wish to undergo dialysis in a relaxing and friendly setting.
What is Dialysis?
When your own kidneys can no longer take care of your body’s needs, dialysis must be carried out. Those with kidney failure need dialysis to help their bodies remove waste, salt and extra water. They also need dialysis in order to maintain a safe level of certain substances in their blood (such as potassium, sodium and bicarbonate). Dialysis also helps to control blood pressure, as high blood pressure can further weaken the kidney.
Why Dialysis at Our Affiliated Clinic?
Experiencing Bali is now possible for those who require dialysis, thanks to the Australian accredited dialysis center at our affiliated clinic, which boasts a spa-style-inspired environment amidst lush Balinese surroundings. No other dialysis center offers a relaxing and friendly ambience. You will enjoy 1-to-1 nursing care and doctor visits, all of whom speak English. You will be given your own personal entertainment system, as you embrace the spectacular greenery that lies right outside the dialysis center. When requested in advance, massages and other relaxing spa treatments can be carried out during your dialysis session. In short, dialysis at our affiliated clinic in Bali is fun, friendly and relaxing. And when your dialysis session ends, don’t forget to go outside and experience colorful Bali.
In addition, booking a dialysis session at our affiliated clinic is easy. Simply fill out a brief form. By doing so, you are providing the clinic with your medical information.
Q1: Should I book my holiday tours or my dialysis sessions first?
A1: Please organize your plans for dialysis before you book the rest of your holiday. Alternatively, choose from the holiday dialysis packages offered by our affiliated clinic.
Q2: Is there anything else I should prepare before I leave for dialysis in Bali?
A2: Please obtain a letter from your doctor (which declares that you are fit to fly and travel). At the same time, get your doctor’s advice on any medication that will be necessary for your travel (a prescription would be useful to have while travelling). Furthermore, ensure that your hepatitis A, typhoid, diphtheria, and tetanus vaccinations are up to date. Last but not least, be sure to bring along all your medications with you and perhaps an extra supply of 2-4 days of medication in case of delays.
Nearest Station: 12 mins walk to bus station (Halte BTDC 2)
Clinic Opening Time: Monday – Saturday (2 sessions per day)
Dialysis (Hemodialysis) – Australian Standard Dialysis In Lush Balinese Surroundings