Emergency Updates for Network of New England

The Network works with Federal, State and local government agencies as needed to assist with patient safety and keep dialysis facilities up and running during and after any emergency situation.  If dialysis staff or patients in your facility require assistance, please contact the Network office IMMEDIATELY at 203-387-9332.


There are no weather updates at this time.

It is important to be vigilant before a disaster occurs. Therefore, the Network encourages you to proactively review and consider your disaster preparedness plans and consider treating patients before or after pending weather conditions.  To help facilitate this process, please visit the Kidney Community Emergency Response (KCER) Coalition website.
If your facility requires assistance in this event, please contact the Network office IMMEDIATELY at 203-387-9332.

Reporting Facility Closing/Change in Schedule

The Network is required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to track the status of facility operations and patient access to treatment during emergency events, and to assist in any logistical issues that may arise during and after a facility closure.  Dialysis Providers MUST report all interruptions in service to the Network and to the State Department of Health.

Currently, there are no reported facility closures at this time. Please check with your respective facility for altered scheduled.

To Report Facility Status:

Modified Schedule       No Schedule Changes



Department of Public Health - DPH


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Department of Public Health - DPH

New Hampshire

Department of Health and Human Services - DHHS

Rhode Island

Department of Health


Department of Health

Satellite View of a Hurricane

Emergencies caused by severe weather or disasters can happen with or without warning. If you need dialysis, having power and water, transportation, or supplies may be very important. Some emergency situations may make it impossible for you to get to your dialysis facility or give yourself dialysis. It is important to be prepared so you can feel better and stay healthier.

Initiative Contacts:

Brittney Jackson, LMSW, MBA
Patient Services Director

Merari Rosario, MHA
Community Outreach Coordinator