Our Goal

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Africa Healthcare Network has established the first and largest dialysis chain across Sub-Saharan Africa, providing high-quality, life-saving dialysis at affordable cost.

AHN brings world-class technical expertise combined with developing world practical operating experience to a region in dire need of quality dialysis treatment

 

Dialysis is a life-saving treatment for patients with Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). The few hospitals that provide treatment operate centers that are slowly deteriorating while charging prohibitive prices.

Additionally, the lack of trained professionals and limited capital investment in care for non-communicable diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa, dialysis centers are few and far between, causing patients to endure the high costs for travel to receive care.

Those who cannot afford the costs of treatment and travel are resigned to death. Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and AKI are on the rise in the region due to strong epidemiologic factors, including increased urbanization leading to lifestyle diseases, other non-communicable diseases, HIV and other infections and toxins


How We are Different

We use the best and most innovative equipement

Each center of AHN has state-of-the-art machines from world leaders in Hemodialysis. We use only brand new machines. Our Reverse Osmosis plants are also from the best manufacturers in the market. All our dialysis consumables are also of the highest quality. All this is to ensure that your dialysis session is entirely trouble-free and of the highest quality as possible. At AHN, out topmost priority is medical.


You will be in the hands of experts

Hemodialysis sessions need close monitoring. Complications can arise during a session that need to be handled immediately and deftly. Not doing so can have dangerous consequences.The team that looks after you during your dialysis session at AHN is fully certified in Hemodialysis and has years of experience in handling such situations. They all undergo hours of rigorous training after joining AHN to learn the way we do things and our unique processes before they are inducted into any center.


Be more productive during your session

What do you do during a hemodialysis session? Sitting idle for four hours can be quite boring. Especially with needles in your arms! At AHN, we realize this. We have dedicated TV sets for every patient they can watch what he or she likes. We also have free Wi-fi access so that those who want to bring their laptops and browse during their session are welcome to do so.


Protecting you from cross-infections

Cross infection with Hepatitis B, C and HIV has become one of the most serious problems faced by dialysis units in Africa today. All AHN centers follow processes that eliminate cross infections completely. We take pride in our ability to tackle this problem that is due only to faulty processes and human errors. 

At AHN we ensure quality dialysis - a new Dialyzer and blood lines are used every single time which drastically decreases the spread of cross infection.