Since 1982 DMC has provided hemodialysis treatments to those suffering from chronic kidney disease. As an incorporated provincial health care service, DMC was grandfathered into its first publically funded clinic in 1993. In 1996, DMC was awarded an expansion of their Markham facility and approvals for two new clinics in Pickering and Peterborough Ontario. Our team continues to serve patients and their families in these communities while exploring new opportunities and innovations to aid and support those suffering from chronic kidney failure.
First out-of-hospital,community-based dialysis facility in Canada to offer treatment for patients travelling to Toronto
Markham clinic grandfathered into a publically funded Independent Health Facility
Released web site for travelling patients to facilitate online treatment bookings
Provincial requests for proposal released to the community. Of 130 submissions, DMC was chosen and awarded three dialysis clinics
Red ribbon ceremony for the opening of all three new facilities
Awarded expanded services in Markham & Peterborough facilities
Relocated and upgraded clinics into new facilities
Awarded increase of services in Pickering/Ajax facility
Implemented a renal-specific, web-based, computer health record system
Nominated to a short list for recognition in innovations in e-health – Ministry of Health.
Implemented the latest in machine & water treatment technologically at each facility
DMC patient Ken Sharp celebrates surviving 35 years of continuous dialysis. He is Canada’s longest surviving dialysis patient and has been a part of our family since opening in 1996.
Celebrated 30 years of service to dialysis patients in their communities
Approval of a four station expansion at our Markham and Pickering/Ajax facility
Doubled square footage at our Pickering/Ajax facility