Centro Rene di Roma

Open today 06:00 - 00:00

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ADDRESS

Viale Luca Guarico, 215
1139 Roma,
Italy

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KEY TREATMENTS AND FACILITIES

  • Haemodialysis
  • d.HOLIDAY
  • Refreshments

Medical director

Di Toro Mammarella, Rinaldo

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Opening Hours

Please always call before planning a visit as our opening hours can change frequently.

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ABOUT THE CLINIC

Our experienced clinic team welcomes you to DIAVERUM ROME. In our clinic we offer excellent medical service as well as a warm and friendly atmosphere to revitalize our patients both physically and emotionally.

DIAVERUM ROME was inaugurated in 2002 and features 24 dialysis reclining chairs. All stations are equipped with TV screens and free Wi-Fi. As an integral part of our service we offer free meals, coffee, and tea for our patients.

Visit Rome

Rome - modern and old, past, and present go side by side here, all the time. The city combines ancient architecture, eventful history, modern urban life, and the Italian way of life in a very charming way. Discover the eternal city and enjoy unforgettable holiday!

The eternal city

Whether you are in Rome for one day, one week or one month, be prepared to step into the world’s biggest open-air museum. Rome offers countless historical sights, but it is also a romantic place for honeymoon, favourite holiday destination, and city of fashion.

The Italian capital is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful ancient cities, and contains vast amounts of priceless works of art, palaces, museums, parks, churches, gardens, basilicas, temples, villas, piazzas, theatres, and other venues in general. You will not be able to decide what to see first: the Vatican, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter's Square, Spanish Steps, Colosseum...

Whether you spend your time sightseeing, or lazing in cafés watching the world go by, it will be your turn to feature in your very own Roman Holiday.

Treatment Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

06:00 00:00

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

06:00 23:00

Treatments

Haemodialysis

Yes

Peritoneal dialysis

No

d.HOLIDAY

Yes

Kidney Transplant

Yes

Patients with HIV

Yes

Patients with Hepatitis B

Yes

Patients with Hepatitis C

Yes

FACILITIES

Dialysis Stations

24

Refreshments

Yes

TV screens

Yes

Free WiFi

Yes

Free transfer

Yes

Free parking

Yes

Clinic Team

Di Toro Mammarella, Rinaldo

Medical director

Meconizzi, Massimiliano

Head Nurse

"I am really grateful to the entire team at the clinic for how they are handling such a difficult situation! Covid has changed you only for the better. Thank you"
Busting myths! Disinformation has been circulating online regarding a number of risks of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination that are simply not true.

The internet and social media present us with a wealth of information as we have never experienced before, but we need to be vigilant and able to separate facts from “fake news” – especially during exceptional times such as the one we are experiencing with the global pandemic. Here are some of the myths around the COVID-19 vaccines and the facts that demonstrate they are not true.

Any vaccine, including COVID-19 vaccines, must pass robust safety tests before they are approved for use, and are then subsequently reassessed periodically once in use. Any approved vaccine in the countries we operate will have had the evidence of safety reviewed in detail by the regulatory authorities prior to being able to vaccinate any person. The COVID-19 vaccines have been tested in some of the largest clinical trials that have ever been performed with vaccines, involving tens of thousands of individuals.

It is not currently known if you have effective immunity from having had the disease, therefore you should receive the vaccination. However, you might be recommended to wait 90 days from diagnosis to be vaccinated. You can also be re-infected with the disease if you have had it already. Current evidence suggests natural immunity may not last very long.

COVID-19 vaccines will most commonly cause mild reactions or side effects. These reactions should go away on their own within a few days. These mild side effects include a low-grade fever, or pain or redness at the injection site.

Having the vaccination does not mean you cannot infect others although it should protect you from becoming serious unwell. There is also the possibility that you may be a silent spreader of the disease even though have been vaccinated. It is therefore important to continue with the COVID-19 steps put in place in your country and within Diaverum clinics and continue to follow the contingency plan.

No, there is no possibility whatsoever that the new RNA vaccines, like the ones developed by Pfizer and Moderna, can change the genes in your body.

It has been reported that COVID-19 Vaccines can cause infertility, due to the reaction in the body from COVID-19 vaccines. This is not true. There is no scientific rationale, or reasonable basis to believe that there is a link between the vaccination and infertility and miscarriage. In addition, no other virus or vaccination has been shown to cause infertility. There is some anecdotal evidence that pregnant women may be more likely to be hospitalised due to COVID-19 infection.

The individual is protected no matter how many people are vaccinated. It is true however that the more people who are vaccinated, the more vulnerable groups that cannot have the vaccine are protected.

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