January 18th, 2019
Dallas Nephrology Associates (DNA) recently raised over $20,000 on behalf of the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). DNA employees, friends and family came out to represent DNA and participate in the National Kidney Foundation local walks which occurred in Addison on Saturday, June 6 and in Fort Worth on Sunday, April 12, 2015. Also in conjunction with Dallas Nephrology Associates’ participation and sponsorship of these two walks, many of the company’s employees raised donations through a variety of fundraising activities. These donations will assist the NKF to make a positive impact on those afflicted with chronic kidney disease through raised awareness and funding of lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk.
“As a company, we do everything we can to support the National Kidney Foundation as together we strive to achieve the same goal of increasing awareness and providing better treatments for chronic kidney disease,” said Dr. Ruben Velez.
Over the past 6 years, DNA and its employees have raised more than $65,000 in support of the National Kidney Foundation walk events.
About Dallas Nephrology Associates
For over 40 years, Dallas Nephrology Associates (DNA), the nation’s second largest nephrology physician group with 75+ doctors and 20+ office locations, has been caring for patients with kidney disease, hypertension, transplants and complicated electrolyte disorders. While much has changed over the years, one thing remains constant, our pledge to provide expert personalized care, using the most advanced treatments and state-of-the-art technologies. Equally important is our excellent team of providers and support staff that are provide care with compassion and dedication. For more information, visit www.dneph.com.
About National Kidney Foundation
The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk. For more information, visit www.kidney.org.