Mobile dialysis in Umina
A mobile dialysis service will visit Umina from May 15 until June 24 as part of a "popular holiday spots tour".
The service will allow people with kidney failure a chance to holiday without the worry of missing their dialysis treatment.
Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch, said he was delighted the Big Red Kidney Bus was stopping at Umina.
"We are pleased this service has been made available on the Coast so that people who rely on dialysis can escape for a bit of much needed relaxation in the beautiful town of Umina," Mr Crouch said.
He said the NSW Government had provided more than $382,000 for up to 250 patients a year to receive dialysis on the bus.
Media release, 9 May 2017
Donna Golightly, Office of Adam Crouch MP
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