Dialysis Corp. to expand into Indiana
Dialysis Corporation of America (Linthicum, Maryland) said that it will expand into Indiana. The company has begun the development of a new center in southeastern Indiana in partnership with a local nephrologist. The center, which is anticipated to have 12 stations and a capacity of caring for up to 60 ESRD patients, will be initially owned by the physician with the company under contract for management. The company has the right to purchase controlling interest in the center. Dialysis Corporation of America owns and operates freestanding kidney hemodialysis centers, which provide patients with their choice of a full range of quality in-center, acute, or at-home hemodialysis services.
Delcath Systems moves to New York
Delcath Systems (Stamford, Connecticut) said that it has moved its headquarters from Stamford, Connecticut to New York, with the new headquarters located at Rockefeller Center.
Richard Taney, Delcath's president/CEO, said, “Our move to New York is another step forward as we expand our development capabilities and it puts us in close proximity to a number of the world’s leading medical institutions.” Delcath Systems makes percutaneous perfusion technology for organ- or region-specific delivery of therapeutic and chemotherapeutic agents.
Concentra establishes WTC clinic
Concentra (Addison, Texas) recently established an on-site medical clinic at the construction site of the former World Trade Center in New York. The clinic offers construction workers a convenient way to treat work related injuries.
The on-site medical office opened in late-July to accommodate any injuries that can occur during building construction. Concentra, an onsite-employer health services provider, offers direct experience with the numerous rules and regulations of federal and state agencies.