Cornerhouse Dialysis Center is a for profit kidney dialysis center located in San Jose, California. It is owned by Davita.
The center received its certification or recertification from the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2008. It has 15 dialysis stations.
Cornerhouse Dialysis Center offers shifts starting after 5pm. This means you can start your dialysis treatment at 5pm or later. The center may also have the option for you to receive dialysis while you sleep.
The quality of patient care at Cornerhouse Dialysis Center has been rated a 1 out of 5 by the CMS. This is based on data collected by the CMS between January 2014 and December 2017.
The center offers in-center hemodialysis. It does not offer peritoneal dialysis.
Understand the level of patient care and talk to your doctor about the right dialysis facility for you.
Avoiding unnecessary transfusions is a key goal of anemia management. An anemic person has fewer or smaller red blood cells and less hemoglobin. Hemoglobin carries oxygen. A lower transfusion rate is better.
Dialysis facilities with lower rates of hospital admissions, readmissions, and deaths may be better at helping their patients avoid serious complications.
Dialysis treatment directly accesses your bloodstream, which create opportunities for germs to enter your body and potentially cause an infection. Lower infection rates for a center are better.
There are three types of vascular access for dialysis. Vascular access is where your blood is removed and returned during dialysis. There three types are an arteriovenous (AV) fistula, an arteriovenous (AV) graft, and a venous catheter. The AV fistula is considered the best long-term access because there is a reduced chance of infection, it allows better blood flow, and it lasts a long time.
Higher fistula rates are better.
Catheters are not ideal for permanent vascular access because they can become infected, clog, and cause veins to narrow. Lower percentage of adults with long term catheter use is better.