Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, District Of Columbia - Dialysis Center

Georgetown University Hospital is a medicare approved dialysis facility center in Washington, District Of Columbia and it has 5 dialysis stations. It is located in District Of Columbia county at Renal Dialysis Unit, Washington, DC, 20007. You can reach out to the office of Georgetown University Hospital at (202) 444-3664. This dialysis clinic is run as an Independent entity i.e it is not owned by any chain organization. Georgetown University Hospital has the following ownership type - Non-Profit. It was first certified by medicare in September, 1977. The medicare id for this facility is 090004 and it accepts patients under medicare ESRD program.

Dialysis Center Profile

NameGeorgetown University Hospital
LocationRenal Dialysis Unit, Washington, District Of Columbia
No. of Dialysis Stations 5
Medicare ID090004
Managed ByIndependent
Ownership TypeNon-Profit
Late Shifts No

Contact Information

Renal Dialysis Unit, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20007
(202) 444-3664
Not Available

Map and Direction

NPI Associated with this Dialysis Facility:

Dialysis Facilities may have multiple NPI numbers. We have found possible NPI number/s associated with Georgetown University Hospital from NPPES records by matching pattern on the basis of name, address, phone number etc. Please use this information accordingly.

NPI Number1427145176
Organization NameGeorgetown University Hospital
Doing Business AsMedstar - Georgetown Medical Center, Inc.
Address3800 Reservoir Rd., Nw Washington, District Of Columbia, 20007
Phone Number(202) 444-3000

Patient Distribution

Dialysis Adequacy

Adult patinets who undergo hemodialysis, their Kt/V should be atleast 1.2 and for peritoneal dialysis the Kt/V should be atleast 1.7, that means they are receiving right amount of dialysis. Pediatric patients who undergo hemodialysis, their Kt/V should be atleast 1.2 and for peritoneal dialysis the Kt/V should be 1.8.
Higher percentages should be better.

    Survival Summary

    The rate of mortality show you whether patients who were being treated regularly at Georgetown University Hospital lived longer than expected (better than expected), don’t live as long as expected (worse than expected), or lived as long as expected (as expected), compared to similar patients treated at other facilities.

    Standard Survival Summary Ratio(SIR) YearJanuary, 2013 - December, 2016
    Patients in facility's Survival Summary3

    Dialysis Facility in Washington, DC

    Georgetown University Hospital
    Location: Renal Dialysis Unit, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20007
    Phone: (202) 444-3664
    Washington Hospital Center
    Location: Section Of Nephrology, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20010
    Phone: (202) 877-5645
    BMA - Dupont Circle
    Location: 11 Dupont Cir Nw, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20036
    Phone: (202) 483-0176
    BMA - Columbia Heights
    Location: 106 Irving St Nw, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20010
    Phone: (202) 829-0060
    Greater Southeast Community Dialysis Center
    Location: 1350 Southern Ave Se, Washington, District Of Columbia, 20032
    Phone: (202) 561-0828

    Medicare Program: Medicare is a federal government program which provides health insurance to people who are 65 or older. This program also covers certain younger people with disabilities (who receive Social Security Disability Insurance - SSDI), and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD.

    Medicare Assignment: Assignment means that your doctor, provider, or supplier agrees (or is required by law) to accept the Medicare-approved amount as full payment for covered services. Most doctors, providers, and suppliers accept assignment, but you should always check to make sure. Participating providers have signed an agreement to accept assignment for all Medicare-covered services.

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