University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport is a medicare approved dialysis facility center in Newport, Vermont and it has 9 dialysis stations. It is located in Orleans county at 189 Prouty Drive, Newport, VT, 05855.
You can reach out to the office of University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport at (802) 847-5411. This dialysis clinic is run as an Independent entity i.e it is not owned by any chain organization. University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport has the following ownership type - Non-Profit. It was first certified by medicare in April, 2006. The medicare id for this facility is 473504 and it accepts patients under medicare ESRD program.
Dialysis Center Profile
|Name||University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport|
|Location||189 Prouty Drive, Newport, Vermont|
|No. of Dialysis Stations ||9|
|Late Shifts ||No|
NPI Associated with this Dialysis Facility:
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|Doing Business As||University Of Vermont Medical Center Inc|
|Address||189 Prouty Dr Newport, Vermont, 05855|
|Phone Number||(802) 334-2711|
|Dialysis patients with Hemoglobin data||16|
|Medicare patients who had average hemoglobin (hgb) less than 10 g/dL||6|
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.
|Adult patients getting regular hemodialysis at the center||22|
|Adult patient months included in Kt/V greater than or equal to 1.2||181|
|Percentage of adult patients getting regular hemodialysis at the center||98|
- Peritoneal Dialysis
|Adult patients getting regular peritoneal dialysis at the center||1|
|Adult patient months included in Kt/V greater than or equal to 1.7||12|
Mineral and Bone Disorder
An important goal of dialysis is to maintain normal levels of various minerals
in the body, such as calcium. This shows the percentage of patients
treated at University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport with elevated calcium levels.
|Patients with hypercalcemia||23|
|Hypercalcemia patient months||193|
|Hypercalcemia patients with serumcalcium greater than 10.2 mg||1|
|Patients with Serumphosphor||23|
|Patients with Serumphosphor less than 3.5 mg/dL||3|
|Patients with Serumphosphor from 3.5 to 4.5 mg/dL||26|
|Patients with Serumphosphor from 4.6 to 5.5 mg/dL||33|
|Patients with Serumphosphor from 5.6 to 7 mg/dL||26|
|Patients with Serumphosphor greater than 7 mg/dL||13|
The arteriovenous (AV) fistulae is considered long term vascular access for hemodialysis because it
allows good blood flow, lasts a long time, and is less likely to get infected or cause blood clots than other types of access.
Patients who don't have time to get a permanent vascular access before they start hemodialysis treatments may need to use a venous catheter as a temporary access.
|Patients included in arterial venous fistula and catheter summaries ||21|
|Patient months included in arterial venous fistula and catheter summaries ||165|
|Percentage of patients getting regular hemodialysis at the center that used an arteriovenous (AV) fistulae for their treatment||65|
|Percentage of patients receiving treatment through Vascular Catheter for 90 days/longer||22|
The rate of hospitalization show you whether patients who were being treated regularly at a certain dialysis center were admitted to the
hospital more often (worse than expected), less often (better than expected), or about the same (as expected),
compared to similar patients treated at other centers.
|Standard Hospitalization Summary Ratio(SHR) Year||January, 2016 - December, 2016|
|Patients in facility's Hospitalization Summary||18|
|Hospitalization Rate in facility||114.4 (As Expected)|
|Hospitalization Rate: Upper Confidence Limit||344|
|Hospitalization Rate: Lower Confidence Limit||41.5|
Hemodialysis treatment requires direct access to the bloodstream, which can be an opportunity for germs to
enter the body and cause infection. This information shows how often patients at University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport get infections in their blood each year
compared to the number of infections expected for the center based on the national average.
|Standard Infection Summary Ratio(SIR) Year||January, 2016 - December, 2016|
|Infection Rate in facility||1.99 (As Expected)|
|SIR: Upper Confidence Limit||4.79|
|SIR: Lower Confidence Limit||.63|
Patients with anemia require blood transfusions if their anemia is not managed well by their
dialysis center. This information shows whether University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport's rate of transfusions is better than expected,
as expected, or worse than expected, compared to other centers that treat similar patients.
|Standard Transfusion Summary Ratio (STrR) Year ||January, 2016 - December, 2016|
|Patients in facility's Transfusion Summary|| 17 |
The rate of mortality show you whether patients who were being treated regularly at University Of Vermont Medical Center Dialysis Newport 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) Year||January, 2013 - December, 2016|
|Patients in facility's Survival Summary||90|
|Mortality Rate in facility||13 (As Expected)|
|Mortality Rate: Upper Confidence Limit||22.3|
|Mortality Rate: Lower Confidence Limit||6.9|