A message from the AAKP MAB Chairman To Florida Dialysis Patients (posted Sept. 6, 2017)

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A message from the AAKP MAB Chairman To Florida Dialysis Patients A hurricane is coming in a few days, watch the news and optimally try to get out of its path – evacuate if appropriate. Make sure you have enough medications. Immediately after a hurricane, many of the roads to dialysis units may be flooded or blocked, possibly preventing you from receiving your treatment. Please restrict your fluids. Avoid foods containing potassium or salt. Call your dialysis unit hotlines for information regarding the status of your unit. Do not attempt to drive into water on roads. Turn around.
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AAKP at NAACP’s 108th Annual Convention (posted July 28, 2017)

VP R. Knight, BOD Dave White and Dr. Greer
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As a part of our ongoing national strategy of outreach to patients at-risk, AAKP was invited to host a pop-up health session and full exhibit at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 108th Annual Convention in Baltimore, MD on July 25 and 26, 2017. At the pop-up session, AAKP’s President Paul T. Conway, Vice President and Chair of Public Policy Richard Knight, AAKP Board Member Dave White and Dr.
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AAKP at the Florida Renal Administrators Association Meeting (posted July 26, 2017)

AAKP's Diana Clynes with FRAA President, Amy Kozsuch MSN, MBA, HCM, BSN
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AAKP’s Diana Clynes with FRAA President, Amy Kozsuch MSN, MBA, HCM, BSN The AAKP was honored to be invited to present and exhibit at the 2017 Florida Renal Administrators Association Meeting. The FRAA aims to provide a consolidated, focused and multi-disciplinary forum to improve access and quality of care for Florida’s Chronic Kidney Disease patients. Diana Clynes, AAKP Director of Programs and Services, addressed meeting attendees on July 21st, providing an overview of AAKP’s major programs, activities and advocacy initiatives.
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