Kidney Care Education Day


Mar 9, 2013
09:00 AM until 12:00 PM


Kidney Care Education Day brings kidney disease and transplant patients together to learn from each other on topics which concern the patient and their entire family.  Workshops are presented to patients, by patients and professionals, in a fun and casual setting.  This open forum allows for patients, their friends and family members, to learn from experts and each other on topics such as: diet, exercise, money management, depression, legal issues and more.  Held annually, this event is presented by the National Kidney Foundation and welcomes all people impacted by CKD,  dialysis and kidney transplantation. 




View map Maplewood Community Center
2100 White Bear Ave. N.
Maplewood, MN

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Kristin Bellows

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