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For Fresenius Medical Care, diversity in sourcing means working with businesses owned by minorities, women, people with disabilities, veterans, or small businesses, to name a few. Two local businesses represent our network of diverse and inclusive suppliers.

November 2, 2023

3rd quarter 2023 results

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July 14, 2023

Extraordinary General Meeting

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Facts & Figures 2022

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Our Publications

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Healthcare Professionals

Products, therapies and services for Healthcare Professionals

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Patients & Families

Patients & Families

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Two local businesses represent Fresenius Medical Care’s network of diverse and inclusive suppliers.

Positive Purchasing Power

Having the word “Care” in your name is a promise and at the same time a responsibility

Corporate Citizenship

Our nurses make a significant contribution to our patients’ wellbeing every day.

United by a shared purpose

We kick off this year’s Pride Month by featuring a corporate magazine story about building a culture of belonging.

Growing Stronger Together: Embracing Diversity

We tailor our sustainability efforts to our business and leverage our commitment to future-proof it.

Making Climate Protection a Priority

On World Kidney Day we share the story of dialysis patient Raymond Scott, who has become advocate and mentor for others.

Miracle Man

Our VR application is not only designed for clinic staff, but also to train our patients.

Virtual reality as the next step in patient empowerment

The Innovation Lab in Schweinfurt provides a space to foster creativity.

A space for new ideas

Rice Powell looks back on his time at FME

Saying Goodbye is Hard

Dr. Benjamin Hippen outlines ways to facilitate access to safe transplants.

Making transplants safer

Joining forces for a better future

A nurse shares why she suggested a waste reduction initiative at her dialysis clinic.

Happy International Nurses Day

Celebrating our nurses around the world

Patients living with kidney disease face unique challenges that require the support of expert caregivers.

Making a difference – every day

Progress towards personalized medicine

New era in kidney care is on the horizon

CEO Rice Powell reflects on his conversation with Sue Williams, our patient who has been on dialysis for over 50 years

How Far We‘ve Come

CEO Rice Powell and Global Medical Officer Frank Maddux, MD, discuss ways to improve the lives of our patients.

Saving lives – with and beyond dialysis

The day hospitals run by the Australian Cura Group belong to Fresenius Medical Care.

Superior Care Down Under

Combining strengths for patients

Ramping up production when the need is most urgent

The Next Big Leap: Connected Kidney Care

Pioneering new standards of digital care for our patients

Time to say Thank You!

Tireless team effort

Educate, coach, empower

Starting the dialysis journey in a Transitional Care Unit

The Global Medical Office and Len Usvyat on new opportunities to transform health care.

“How can we offer our patients the best possible treatment?”

How Fresenius Medical Care has adapted to the need for acute dialysis due to COVID-19.

A Savior Overlooked

Home hemodialysis allows Anvil Nelson Jr. to stay active and pursue a full and busy life.

“How do I stay in charge?”

The “Doctor App” allows physicians to tailor dialysis treatment individually from any location.

“How can we improve and speed up medical decisions?”

Stronger together throughout the pandemic – for our patients

Stronger together throughout the pandemic – for our patients

“How do we gain greater recognition for nursing care?”

Every day, our nurses make a significant contribution to the well-being of our patients.

Clinical manager Barbara Miller knows how challenging the search for a transplant is for her patients.

“How do I ask someone to help save a life?”

“Who ensures I get the very best care?”

In Finland, Fresenius Medical Care made the leap from product to service business.

One year after the hurricane

Taking care of our employees, so they can take care of our patients.

Our employees are helping with the expansion of Indonesia`s health care system.

A vast island nation

Dialysis patient mobile application from NephroCare

A Smart Companion helps an active lifestyle.

A market in motion

Dialysis care in China.

The Kidney Kid shows schoolchildren in Taiwan what superpowers the kidneys have.

A superhero wins over Asia-Pacific

20 years creating a future worth living

20 years Fresenius Medical Care.

The life-long learner

The challenges of life on dialysis and the motivation to earn a doctorate degree.

Diary of a dialysis patient

Reverend Dr. Gregory E. Thomas on his first 120 days on dialysis.

Cradle of innovation

Global development in the new Technology Center in Schweinfurt.

The history of dialysis

From historical manuscripts to modern dialysis.

Hospitalist care with a personal touch story

A day in the life of hospitalist Dr. Rana Tan.

Automated peritoneal dialysis treatment

Dialysis in a familiar environment

Prevention programs can slow down the progression of kidney disease

There’s not much I can’t do.

Integrating Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) therapy into an active and mobile life

Impossible? – Is nothing!

An almost normal life thanks to home dialysis

90 minutes daily therapy easily integrated into everyday life

Learning to move

A sport project for dialysis patients in Argentina.

17,962 miles halfway around the world

The amazing journey of a dialysis machine.

More than half of all dialysis machines used worldwide are made by Fresenius Medical Care.

A successful series-produced model


Fresenius Medical Care is the world's leading provider of products and services for individuals with renal diseases of which around 3.9 million patients worldwide regularly undergo dialysis treatment.

Fresenius Medical Care is also the leading provider of dialysis products such as dialysis machines or dialyzers. Along with its core business, the Renal Care Continuum, the company focuses on expanding in complementary areas and in the field of critical care.

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